Moraira is a jewel of a town found on the Northern Costa Blanca. All of its secrets can be discovered many Villas for sale in Moraira. Its rugged shoreline is indented with secluded coves and sandy beaches. These hidden coves and bays were once used by pirates and smugglers in the olden days but they are now used by sunbathers, snorkelers and scuba divers.
You will find also many good shops, bars, cafes and restaurants by Moraira: it is a hive of activity. The main harbour section of Javea exudes a real Spanish feel: it is an area where local people live and work in harmony inclusive of the tourist element. The landmark from the Port area is the chapel of our Lady of Loreto with a roof that looks like a shell from the sea.
The busy Arenal area is essentially the sandy blue flag beach that is encircled by shops, bars and restaurants. It is a great spot just to walk along the promenade at night. It is extremely touristy and the least Spanish part of Javea but nonetheless worth a visit. Throughout the evening during the summertime, you will find various stalls here selling a number of handmade crafts. Most of the bars have live music and you will find several discotheques.
The Arenal is excellent for families. The beach is big and incredibly wide but the water is extremely shallow and calm because it is inside a protected bay. It is easy to sit inside a cafe or bar and have the ability to call to your children. Generally, Spain is extremely family orientated and you may feel a lot more relaxed regarding your children’s safety than you would elsewhere. Moraira is the place where one can eat tapas, paella in addition to seafood and chips and English breakfast. The truly amazing thing about Javea is the option of the three completely different parts. It is similar to going to an amusement park and entering different parts.