Mojacar holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£236|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£187|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£150|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£102|
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Mojacar is a scenic beachside village located in Andalucia, southern Spain. The characteristic whitewashed houses of Mojacar sit on a hilltop overlooking the Sierra Cabrera mountain range and the Mediterranean. With plenty of beaches, historical monuments and outdoor activities there's never been a better time to book Mojacar holidays.
When to take Mojacar holidays
Mojacar has a dry Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. During the summer months of June to September, temperatures range between 25-32 degrees Celsius. Any time of year would be ideal to take Mojacar holidays, as many visitors prefer to travel in the cooler, off-season periods. The easiest way to arrive to Mojacar is via the Almeria Airport, situated 80 km from the village. Other airport options include Alicante or Murcia. Upon arrival, taxis and buses are readily available. Mojacar is in the Standard European Time Zone.
Mojacar holidays: what to see and do
Mojacar has over ten beaches of fine sand and clear, blue waters. The Playa de la Marina de la Torre and Playa del Cantal are Mojacar's most popular beaches, both equipped with facilities such as lifeguards, showers and 'Chiringuitos' selling snacks and refreshments. The largest beach is the Playa de las Ventanicas, suitable for watersports such as jet skiing, wind surfing and beach volleyball. Protected beach areas such as Playa Macenas provide excellent views of rocky headlands and volcanic formations. There are many walking trails set up around the coastal cliffs which lead to secluded coves and inlets.
The Old Town of Mojacar is lined with winding cobbled streets filled with magnificent buildings and monuments. The church of Santa María and the Plaza de Parterre are just a few examples of the stunning Renaissance architecture in Mojacar. Food enthusiasts will find plenty of restaurants offering traditional Andalucían dishes, fresh seafood and delicious tapas. By night there are many outdoor terraces to enjoy a cool drink whilst listening to live music.