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Mojácar Playa Information

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Live Every Moment of Your Life at Mojácar Playa

Next, to the gorgeous Sierra Cabrera mountains, there lies a quaint little beach village known as the Mojácar Playa in the Eastern part of the Andalusia, where the jovial waves of the Mediterranean sea play hide and seek with the warm sandy beaches every day. Carrying the legacy of rich history and culture, the picturesque village got its very name from the hillside pueblo happily resting above the beautiful Spanish landscape.

Many factors make sure that it remains hidden from the prying eyes of the typical beach visitors. The main highway running along the coast diligently maintains a pretty good distance from the Mediterranean Sea and chooses to pass through the countryside instead, incidentally leading to less visited beaches. The Malaga and the Alicante, both the airports being served by the low-cost carriers, are two and a half hours drive from either side.

Beauty of this Place

Although it is anything but a secret among the natives in Spain, Mojácar blissfully remains nothing short of a sleeping beauty that offers an intriguing array of opportunities for the eager beach enthusiasts. Behind the enticing curves of the Mediterranean coastline, some beautiful beaches along with seaside promenades and the others beneath the guarding cliffs, are waiting to be explored by the beach admirers from all over the world.

Mother nature happens to play an instrumental role in Mojácar, where the beaches sport a different look along the coastline. The sheer variety of the waterfront wonders is mesmerizing, to say the least, and include natural beaches next to the volcanic mountains, warm sandy shores adjacent to the Rio Aguas delta, fully-formed chiringuito-lined beaches, naturist zones carefully concealed by the scenic mountains and what not.

Some of the most exquisite beaches of Mojácar Playa

  • Playa Marina de la Torre

This blue flag beach is immensely popular among the international tourists and offers several water sports including kayaking, banana boating, sailing and wakeboarding.

  • Playa la Rumina

It is between the famous Playa Descargador and the Laguna del Río Aguas or the Rio Aguas lagoon.

  • Playa Descargador

It is among the three blue flag beaches and hosts the popular Neptuno restaurant that serves tasty paellas and fishes.

  • Playa Piedra Villazar

It is also a blue flag beach, and the closest shopping center is Parque Comercial.

  • Playa Vista de Los Angeles

The name literally means the view of the angels, and it is one of the less frequented beaches in Mojácar.

  • Playa del Cantal

Positioned at the heart of the Mojácar, and measuring around two thousand and eight hundred meters, it is also the most famous beach in this region.

  • Playa Cueva del Lobo

It is a haven for the worshippers of FBC or free body culture and naturists from all over the globe.

  • Playa del Lance Nuevo

After the promenade Paseo Mediterraneo was extended in 2016, the beach was redesigned. The nearby Chiringuito Samoa Surf stocks excellent summer wines like Tinto de Verano.

  • Playa de las Ventanicas

It is the longest sandy beach among all the eleven. It is also one of the most peaceful beaches in this area.

  • Playa Macenas

This natural beach (one thousand and four hundred meters long) is situated in the Southernmost Mojácar. Primarily it is popular for one massive stone-made watchtower called the Castillo de Macenas.

  • Playa del Sombrerico

Yet another natural beach, outside the town, characterized by a rugged coastline. It is inside the Cabo de Gata Natural Park.

New One Stop

It is a well-renowned real estate company in Spain that helps people buy and sell villas, apartments, townhouses, finca, etc. New One Stop estate agency on Mojacar Playa has a large selection of apartments for sale on and near the beach.

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