PLAYA EL PORTET
Semi-urban beach dominated by the crystal clear waters and the sand, but also has a rocky area. It has access for small boats and a smal pleasant promenade. The beach is shellshaped and sheltered by the peninsula of Cap d’Or, it is an ideal location for a quiet swim, as well as to practice underwater routes or an excursion in kayak.
For lovers of hiking, this is a good point to start a route which will take them up to the Watchtower from the Cap d’Or Tower.
PLAYA DE L’AMPOLLA
Urban and extensive beach with fine golden sand. It is the beach with more influx of people during the summer months. It is located at the foot of the Castle, in the town of Moraira.
In the surrounding area you can enjoy the Marjal del senillar, coastal wetland wildlifereserve.
Semi-urban beach composed of two small coves with clean water which alternate with an area of fine sand and rock, and have an attractive small scenic promenade a garden area and parking.
CALA CAP BLANC
Small untouched bay of rock ideal for the practice of diving and fishing, as well as for sunbathing or swimming. Its rough water, on occasions, highlights the beauty of the rocks that are polished by the waves coming and going. The cliffs form part of the Natura 2000 European network of places of Community interest (SCI). It is a good place to observe sea birds such as the Atlantic alcatraz, shag, or different species of seagulls.
Little Rock Creek. The depth of its transparent waters are perfect for the practice of diving and fishing. An attractive viewpoint dominates the Cove offering one of the most photographed scenes of this coast.
At this Rock Creek you can micro-reserve of flora of the same name which highlights the species called steppe cat head. It is located on the road from Moraira to el Portet Beachand close to the entrance of the Moraira Nautical Club. Beach suitable for diving and fishing.
Cove of rock and boulders declared micro-reserve of flora, with species such as the large orchid (Barlia robertiana), marina aliaga (Genista tricuspidata) and the Valencian chime(Convolvulus valentinus).