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Discover the Coast
El Portet y L'Ampolla, Les Platgetes and L'Andragó are small, peaceful beaches. Eight kilometres of coastline, which start at Morro de Tamarit up to Punta de l'Estrella, surrounded by a sea that is always blue and warm. Some have fine sand and shaped like a shellfish, like at El Portet and some are small coves made of small rocks for the enjoyment of the visitor who loves peacefulness.

Moraira and its surrounding areas the commercial centre of the tourist area of Teulada and in this important tourist centre you can find every type of service.

The fishing port is in surprising contrast to the modern recreations offered to visitors. The highly impressive promontory of Cap d'Or is an attractive watchtower, from which a great part of the coastline of the Costa Blanca can be seen.

The attraction and variety of our coastline allows us to take very interesting trips. Cap d'Or, in the extreme north is a magnificent point to take a walking trip to. There you will see the oldest remains of the prehistoric settlers and the TORRE VIGIA (Look-out Tower), one of the most photographed emblems of the Alicante coastline.
Follow the road to Benissa and Calpe and you meet the Teulada coast which is going to bring you over Benissa and then returns more abruptly and steeply with spots like La Cala de L'Andragó where there is transparent water the colour of sea green which surprise Sorolla...
In the port of Moraira you have Club Náutico where there is the sailing School and where they organize the Territorial Championship of Cruisers and Monotypes during Easter Week.

La Cova de la Cendra, Cendra's cave, guards the oldest remains in Teulada because there the remains of a prehistoric culture were found. After the Recapture and Christianisation of the population which did not eliminate traces of Islamic place-names such as Benimeit or Moravit, Teulada became a Christian population in the 14th century.
The mistrust and fear before the constant and bloody attacks of the barbarours pirates made the Teuladians build a church (16th century), which has the character of a fort and allowed the inhabitants of the village to resist the cruel attacks.
The balconies of iron, protecting the windows, the watchtower of Cap d'Or (16th. Century) or the Castle of Moraira (18th century) are the remains of the history on a village which was built in front of the sea dedicated to the laborious cultivation of the land.

Teulada is a town, which has a clear balance between agricultural traditions and the modern style as in the town services. It offers a variety of cultural and sporting services given by the town hall to promote an active social life.

The lover of aquatic experiences can enjoy Club Náutico, one of the best on the Costa Blanca and there you can try all sorts of sports. Other options for the lover of water sports are offered by the different private companies who organize under water excursions, wind-surfing or underwater fishing.
The 32 square kilometers of the municipal district of Teulada are crossed and interwoven by roads, which can be traveled on foot, on horseback or by bicycle, constitute some varied or single routes, Castellons with its unsurpassable views of the region, or The Camino de Ia Font Santa, where a hermit remembers the journey of Saint Vincent or the lookout tower with its remains are some of the possibilities of this road network.


The double sensitivity that Teulada has towards produce of the land and the sea has made its gastronomic culture which is based on both products, and which become combined dishes such as Putxero de Poip (octopus stew), Arròs amb fessols i naps (rice with peas and turnips), les Coques amb tomaca ( a type of mini pizza with tomato) or district variety of paella all of which can be enjoyed in the area and which comes from the same legacy of the Marina Alta.

Marina Alta (high coastal area), is precisely the name given to the Alicante wine which enjoys well deserved fame at this present time. It is a white wine manufactured with a variety of the well-known grapes such as Moscatel Romano and in its recent history has won different international prizes. Equally produce with a grape from Teulada is a sweet Moscatel which has the name of Mistela, which can be bought in the same bodega in the area. Various establishments in the town enjoy deserved international fame and are recommended by the prestigious Michelin Guide.


The festivity of San Vicente Ferrer is one of the most important celebrations in Teulada. Every Monday after Easter, the Teuladians celebrate their Patron Saint with ten days of fiesta in which they alternate religious acts with fun festivities.

If the fiestas dedicated to San Vicente are the most important, they also are interested in the Dia de la "Dama", which is celebrated for San Blas, Els Sants de la Pedra, Fiestas de Ia Font Santa...

Moraira celebrates its fiesta of Moros y Cristianos in honor of Santisimo Cristo, during the second week of June and the fishermen's fiesta in honor of Virgen del Carmen and to their patron the Virgen de los Desamparados. It is worthwhile to see the castle covered in fireworks and the el "palo ensabonat".


The festive calendar continues with the celebration of the Festa del Moscatell on the first Saturday in September. A fiesta paying homage to this type of Teulada grape. The Fiestas in honor of the Patron of the locality, Santa Catalina, which is celebrated on 25th November with a series of cultural activities, closed the festive calendar of Teulada.