Teulada is a pretty village, about 6 km inland from the coast, where you’ll discover citrus, olive and almond groves.

You’ll also see prized vineyards which provide the grapes for the locally produced, award winning Moscatel wine.

Try a glass with one of the sweet almond desserts served in any of the town’s Michelin starred restaurants.

Teulada’s beaches are a short drive to the coast at Moraira, a resort that developed when villagers from Teulada moved down to the coast to join the fishing trade.

At the coast, Moraira is an attractive resort with all the facilities needed to make the most of its beautiful Blue Flag beaches.

It has a large marina, great shops and market with authentic fish restaurants and bars at its harbour.

People from across Europe and Spain are drawn to this beautiful 8 km coastline, which has three sandy, Blue Flag beaches, El Portet, L'Ampolla and Plagetes.

All three beaches have a range of beach and water sports and all have lifeguards and toilet facilities. There are also a number of small rocky coves with clear blue water, great for scuba diving and snorkeling.

The main beaches are specially adapted to enable people with mobility difficulties to use the beach and go for a swim. There are amphibian wheelchairs, ramps and trained volunteers to lend a helping hand.

But if you’re looking for a quieter, more secluded cove with good bathing and water sports facilities, you should visit the tranquil L’Andrago beach.