Casita Juanita Meerblick

in Teulada - Moraira an der Costa Blanca Südspaniens

Turisme Comunitat Valenciana   Nº Registro  VT-476188-A

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Our very comfortable holiday bungalow Casita Juanita4 sterne with sea view, pool, air conditioning, 15 m² terrace / balcony, from only 60,00 € per night for up to 4 people in Teulada- Moraira, pearl on the Costa Blanca in southern Spain.




The Costa Blanca region of Spain has one of the best climates in the world, enjoying over 300 days of sunshine in an average year. One of the most beautiful towns in the Costa Blanca is Teulada-Moraira. Nestling between the mountains and the sea, the wonderful climate of this specific area boasts an average yearly temperature of 20°


Looking firstly at Moraira, it was not that long ago that holidaymakers discovered this sleepy little fishing village, with its variety of gorgeous stony and sandy beaches that can be found both in the town itself and along the coastline. At that time, the villagers´ main livelihood was fishing, and their main diet consisted of eating the fish they caught. What used to be the fishermens´ storage huts have now been converted into picturesque houses. One of the reasons why many inhabitants of Teulada moved down to Moraira was work related; they decided to move to the coast for, if you live by the sea, you become a fisherman.
Today the system remains as it has been for hundreds of years; the fishermen go to sea in the early hours of the morning to catch the produce, which is sold later that day by auction at the traditional fish market. This market has grown over the years, and is now one of the most important fish markets in the Costa Blanca region.
The native people, who as all the travel brochures will tell you are renowned for their friendliness, soon realised the potential of their small fishing village and have changed their lifestyle accordingly. Nowadays a wide variety of opportunities exist for holidaymakers and, with a coastline stretching approximately 8km, this area has a lot to offer.

Turning for a moment from Moraira, let us look at the original section of Teulada town, a picturesque village located approximately 6km inland. Wander in the shade of olive trees, where vineyards lie alongside plantations of oranges and almonds, and the heady aroma of pine sap emanates from the abundant pine trees typical of this idyllic region, and you could quickly lose yourself in the beauty of the surroundings.
Whenever you go walking around Teulada, you will always pass by the Riu-Raus. These are arched constructions where the locally picked raisins are laid out to dry. The dried fruit is used, amongst other things, to make the sweet local drink Moscatel. If you were to suddenly see a donkey and cart accompanied by a farmer with a straw hat pass by a Riu-Rau, you would feel sure that you had stepped back in time TEULADA. Teulada is a town of the district of La Marina Alta known for the beauty of its beaches, the important tourist resort of Moraira and the quality of the local wines. The inland keeps great treasures worth visiting throughly. Erected upon the Pla de Feliu the high bell-tower of the church stands out in between the harmonious urban complex. The urban area is constructed around the Church-Fortress, which is full of details taking us back in history.
At the end of the 18th century, when Teulada was a farming village, crops were transported by sea, embarking from the naturalports. As time went by, locals started to settle down near their working places, dedicating themselves to fishing. Those small houses where the tackle used to be kept, started to be enlarged until they were converted into real fishing houses, at the same time that this activity was gaining importance. This way how the foundations of what was to be known as an important tourist resort, called today Moraira, were laid.

Viva España...
...Fiestas in Teulada-Moraira

The two most important Fiestas are; San Vicente Ferrer, which takes place on the first Monday after Easter Monday, and Moors & Christians, which is held the second weekend in June. San Vicente Ferrer is a 10 day religious fiesta to celebrate the Patron Saint of Teulada. However, the Spanish are masters at combining solemnity and la dolce vita, and if you follow the delicious aroma wafting around town you are likely to find a giant paella being served up somewhere. Everyone is invited, so just join in and enjoy yourself!The history of Spanish occupation is celebrated by the week long Moors & Christians fiesta. Theatrically presented in impressive costumes, the townspeople are separated into Moorish and Christian filas (groups), and hold marches and mock battles that take place at various times and places throughout the village. The high point of this fantastic fiesta is the firework display and procession on the last day. Whichever fiesta you watch, you will always be made welcome and encouraged to join in the fun, dancing and laughing alongside both participants and spectators. One thing is for sure - you should visit a Spanish fiesta at least once in your lifetime to get a feel for what is probably the most enjoyable aspect of the Spanish way of life.

The exellent Gastronomy in Teulada - Moraira

The choice and quality of the cuisine in Teulada-Moraira will be one of the most enjoyable memories of your holiday. From paella orblack rice coloured from the ink of the squid, to Arroz de¡ Señoret (local paella made with filleted fish and shellfish) or Arroz Abanda (rice in a fish sauce), these dishes are just a smali example of the wide range of tradicional fare of the Marina Alta. The Teulada Moraira diet is equally balanced between produce from the sea, the surrounding hilis and the f ields. Apart from rice based dishes, you can sample a huge variety of recipes using local fish, shellfish, meat and game. For something sweet to conclude your meal, you are spoilt for choice with the range of deserts using locally grown foodstuffs such as almonds and raisins. There are more than 100 national and internacional venues to choose from in the area, ranging from simple tapas bars through to international Michelin starred restaurants. So:que aproveche as they say in Spain - we hope you enjoy your meal!


Fun for all the family...
...on the beautiful beaches of Moraira

We start ourjourney through the Coast from La Cala, a small rocky beach of clear waters and rather empty, due to the difficult access, either by sea or by walking along the cliff. By boat, you can go around the Cape ("Cap d'Or") until you get to the beach Playa del Portet. It is a small inlet of shell form, rather quiet and of transparent waters, so becoming a superb setting for a peaceful swim. Facilities such as restaurants, showers, parking area and an office or the Red Cross are available. From here you can climb up to the watch tower of Cap d'Or. We continue to Moraira, where we find the beach of L'Ampolla at the foot of the castle. Of golden sand, it is the largest and most popular beach in the area, with an excellent range of facilities such as games, hammocks, washbasins for the feet, a watch tower, restaurants, an office of the Red Cross and a parking area. Following the road towards Calpe, you will find the beaches of Platgetes, which are of easy access; they are half of golden sand and half rocky. Parking area, restaurants, showers and office of the Red Cross are available in this area; it also has a nice promenade that communicates them. On the same road, before getting to Cap Blanc you will find the L'Andragó beach, a boulder beach, famous for being rather quiet. Parking area and restaurants are also available and it is one of the best areas for practising underwater sports. The rest of the coastline up to Cap Blanc in an area full of cliffs with excellent viewpoints from which you can watch you can watch impressive scenes of clear blue and green waters.

Market in Teulada
-Calle Alicante-
Every wednesday from 8:00 - 14:00

This is the traditional weekly market which is taking place every wednesday morning in Teulada. Besides buying fresh vegetables and fruits, you can find a large selection of different merchandise such as clothing, textils, plants, bags, shoes, crafts, sawing and knitting stuff, jewelry, toys and many things more.

Market in Moraira
-Ctra. Moraira-Calpe-
Every Friday from 8:00 - 14:00


This is the traditional weekly market which is taking place every friday morning in Moraira. Besides buying fresh vegetables and fruits, you can find a large selection of different merchandise such as clothing, textils, plants, bags, shoes, crafts, sawing and knitting stuff, jewelry, toys and many things more.

Flea Market
-in Pedreguer-
Every Sunday from 8:00 - 14:00

Since the very beginning this flea-market attracts many visitors from all arround with a large variety of second hand stuff and much more to sometimes very surprising prises.


The fantastic harbour of Moraira


The Moraira Club Náutico has at present some 700 Members. In accordance with the Statutes, the Members democratically elect their President, the highest representative of the Club, and the Management Committee. The latter is the Administrative body which, in accordance with its social role, establishes the standards which the Club itself should follow, both in respect of the activities and services it offers as well as its investments Since 1985, when works to the Yacht Club were finally completed, the Moraira Club Náutico has become one of the nautical touristic attractions of the Valencian Community with regard to quality-price. The objective which has predominantly directed the activities of the Moraira Club Náutico has been that of achieving, on a daily basis, for the all the visitors to the Harbour a more comfortable stay and the best services available for ther craft. To this end we have a personnel of 20, true experts in harbour management and nautical services, who are at your Complete disposition in whatever area of the harbour. In Spain, the Moraira Club Náutico was one of the first in achieving the Blue Flag distinction for the cleanest shorelines in Europe, an accolade that is granted by the European Foundation for Environmental Education to those Yacht Clubs that are outstanding in their respect for the environment which surrounds them, and that comply with the highest standards on quality regarding the harbour services offered. In brief the Moraira Club Náutico is a sporting entity which shines with its own light on the mediterranean coast. We hope that you enjoy your visit.

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