Hotels in Mojacar
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Pension El Torreon
Mojacar 15 yd from city centre
Offering nice views of the Mediterranean Sea from its pretty terrace, Pension El Torreon features rooms with free WiFi. It...
Hostal El Olivar
Mojacar 73 yd from city centre
Offering views of the Sierra Cabrera Mountains, Hostal El Olivar is set in the historic town of Mojacar, in front of the...
San Sebastian Hills
Mojacar 135 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as tour/ticket assistance. Self parking (subject to charges)...
Mojacar 138 yd from city centre
Offering a roof terrace overlooking Mojácar, Casa Justa is located in Mojácar’s historic town, only 5 minutes’ drive...
Mojacar 222 yd from city centre
This charming Boutique-style hotel offers free WiFi and a terrace, overlooking the Costa de AlmerÃa. Decorated with original...
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Renowned for its beaches and coastal hiking trails, Mojacar is a chilled hill-top town in the beautiful region of Andalucía. Featuring a beautiful and historic town centre, it is one of southern Spain's seaside gems, perfect for feasting on local seafood, languidly soaking up the sun’s rays and kayaking on crystalline waters.
Whether you’re looking for old school charm or beachside fun, you can find cheap and affordable holiday accommodation in Mojacar.
Neighbourhoods of Mojacar
Mojacar is split into two distinct neighbourhood areas:
- Mojácar Pueblo: The old town is built upon a hill with gorgeous white-washed buildings, calm winding streets and architectural sites with clear Moorish influence.
- Mojácar Playa: The beach region just 2km from town features modern waterfront villas, long stretches of sandy beaches and plenty of attractive bars.
What to see and do in Mojacar
The main draw here is the beach. Expect gorgeous stretches of sandy shores and tree-lined roads. In the town centre proper, however, you’ll find a number of historical sites of interest, including the sixteenth-century Iglesia de Santa María, the eighteenth-century watchtower Castillo de Macenas, and the best viewpoint in town, Mirador del Castillo.
What to eat in Mojacar
The typical dishes of Mojacar have both an Andalusian countryside and Arab origin. Gurullos, a stew made with rabbit or partridge, is particularly popular. You'll also find a range of fresh fish or seafood dishes, often grilled or roasted on a spit, as well as paella and couscous.
Typical events and festivals in Mojacar
As with other Andalusian towns, expect vibrant activities year-round, particularly on Saint's days. Original to the town itself is a Moors and Christian Festival, taking place a few weeks into June. This celebrates the town's diverse heritage with costumed parades and festivities.
How to move around in Mojacar
Mojacar is fairly compact, but you may want to opt for the public bus service from the old town to the beach to avoid the uphill walk. The nearest airport is in Almeria, under an hour's drive away.
The climate in Mojacar
In Mojacar, the summers can be very hot, arid and muggy, with winters often dry, cool (not cold) and long.
More interesting facts about and sights in Mojacar
Mojacar is pefectly placed for everything outdoorsy. In particular, the coastal trail of La Mena is a must-do, offering stunning seaside and mountain views.