Building plot Moraira with Seaviews and private access

Calle Haya, 183, Teulada, España


Close to Moraora town 1.500 meters. Situated on Calle Haya in Moraira this bulding plot has private access direct from the road. It is overlooking the barranco. A barranco is a gulley or valley. The views will remain unspoilt.

grondstuk met zeezicht in Moraira dichtbij het centrum

The building plot is in a rectangular shape and relatively level. This is an opportunity for clients with imagination and the right project to buy a larger then average plot with seaviews in Moraira at a very reasonable price. Our Dutch speaking customers can find more information by clicking this link.

Moraira itself is an upmarket fishing town. The high rise bulding, 4 levels only, you will find in the pretty village itself. Surrounded by vineyards and mountains, Moraira is sheltered from heavy winds and heat waves. Moraira offers on average 300 sunny days, with hardly no rainfall in summer..

The permanent population of Moraira in the northern Costa Blanca, Spain is around 10,000, although this rises to 36,000 in summer. There is a large amount of expats living here permanently, and the area is very popular with affluent retirees, especially British. The majority of visitors to Moraira are Spanish, British, German, Dutch, and French.

Moraira’s history as a fishing village are still in evidence; its fish market is one of the most popular in the Costa Blanca region and the port has five fishing boats in operation. The Moraira region is also famous for the growing of Moscatel grapes for wine-making.

Strict planning regulations have prevented over development and high rise buildings, making it a highly desirable destination. To preserve the heritage of the area, the Teulada council passed laws protecting the abundant pine trees and limited the height of buildings. It has a privately owned marina built in 1985, operated by Club Náutico Moraira. Moraira is also seen as a culinary destination, with many restaurants. Moraira has three sandy beaches popular with families, and many rocky coves and inlets frequented by snorkellers and scuba divers

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