As you drive into Moraira on the coastal CV-746, you will be struck by just how beautiful this part of the Costa Blanca is, as the green of the countryside meets the clear blue Mediterranean sea
Moraira has many sandy beaches to choose from Playa Ampolla, Cala Portitxolet, Cala Llebeig and Cala Moraig, Playa del Portet, Platgetes, L´Andrago, Punta Estrella, Cap Blanc, and La Cala.
Moraira has a large number of restaurants, cafes and bars to suit every taste and budget. If you are looking for an original tapas experience then try the Costa Blanca Bar on Calle del Dr. Calatayud, where you can sit outside and watch the world go by. The food choice in Moraira ranges from Indian, Chinese, Mexican, Greek, Spanish, Pizzeria, and Italian, the list is endless, there is something for every budget.
The only properties now being constructed in Moraira are purpose-built Villas, or existing properties being reformed. Moraira has remained unspoiled, and the property prices have remained stable over the years, though in 2022 there is a shortage of properties for sale which, with the constant demand, has increased prices, so Moraira maintains its exclusive nature and property values.
Moraira has its own Policia Locale and Guardia Civil stations, this ensures that the level of crime in the area remains low. The Policia and Guardia are ever-present but are very polite and helpful for whatever you need also ensuring Moraira is a safe place to visit and live on a permanent basis.
6. Transport Links
Moraira-Teulada is located close to the National N332 road and also the AP7, which you join at Benissa, only a 10-minute drive from Moraira. The Airports of Alicante (50 minutes) and Valencia (60 minutes) are also close, most people who visit usually pick up a Hire Car at the airports, or alternatively there are shuttle bus services that can drop you directly into Moraira, from where you can hire a car as well, or if you are feeling adventurous a Scooter or Harley Davidson.
7. Cost of Living
Spain in general has a lower cost of living than many of its Northern European Neighbours. You can still find a Menu Del Dia for less than €15 per person. When you visit Supermarkets you can still find products from your own home countries but it is so much cheaper to buy local products, indeed, residents tend to buy their vegetables from the Friday Market in Moraira, which cost less and last longer, as well as from the local Butcher, Panaderia (Bakers), etc. The property tax in Spain that you pay annually is substantially lower than in other countries as are so many other commodities.
Overall Moraira is a wonderful place to relax completely into a Spanish lifestyle, whether it is for 2 weeks, 2 months, or permanently.
Moraira Properties for sale start from €130,000 for an Apartment or €220,000 for a Villa
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