L ‘Ampolia Beach is the Blue Flag Beach with fine golden sand near of the center and next to the castle. Ampolla Beach is kept clean, is lifeguard patrolled in summer and has bar, restaurant, a Red Cross cabin and is safe for children, as it shelves gently.
Les Playetes is just off the Moraira to Calpe road. Beach is half golden sand and half rocky. Parking area, restaurants, showers with nice promenade that links them. This is also Blue Flag Beach with lifeguard during the season.
L’Andragó is a boulder beach with a parking area and pleasant restaurant right on the sea. The rest of the coastline up to Cap Blanc has a cliff path with viewpoints over the blue and green waters. L´Andragó is particularly good for subaqua sports.
Cap Blanc is a rocky beach with spectacular cliffs and magnificent views along the Mediterranean shoreline to the Rock at Calpe. To get to the Cap Blanc beach, you leave the Moraira to Calpe coast road at Pepe la Sal Supermarket, and wend you way through the pine forest to reach the Cap Blanc cliff top. One road winds down to a small parking near the sea with a flight of stairs leading down to a sunbathing and diving jetty.There is a ladder in summer to help you in and out of the water. The sea is particularly clear and divers and snorkles love this.
Club Nautica in Moraira is an exclusive yacht haven with many facilities. The objective of the Moraira Club Náutico is to offer first class service to boats.. They employ 20 staff who are experts in harbor management and nautical services. Moraira Club Náutico was one of the first in Europe to achieve the Blue Flag award, granted to those Yacht Clubs that are outstanding in environmental management, and who comply with the highest standards on quality of harbor services offered.
Playa del Portet It is closely bounded by headlands, which give it a dramatic ‘feel’ and a splendid view with clear water a sandy beach ( Blue Flag Beach). There are a number of small bars and restaurants along the front, showers, and a small parking area. How to get to the beach: Follow the Del Portet Avenue out of Moraira, north along the coast. Portet is about a kilometer along the road, and is the end of the road. Very well-suited for a walk from Moraira center due to the beautiful coastal road.
The Barranco de la Cala walk is just over 4 kilometers, and an hour. You pass through some lovely scenery, and will reach the beach known as La Cala. From Portet take the Camino de la Viuda trail to the top of Calle Canario, where you will see a wooden sign indicating the way. Follow the trail till you come to a fork, marking the halfway point, and turn right. The final stretch across a ravine is quite rough. An alternative way is the trail to the left, just before reaching the La Cala beach. This trail is very uneven, but when you reach the top it becomes flat and can be followed with no difficulty to reach the Playa del Moraig beach, in the juristiction of Benitachell.