Discover Restaurants offering the best Healthy food in Moraira, Province of Alicante, Spain. An old fishing town on Spain's Costa Blanca against a backdrop of mountains, Moraira is a picturesque destination for a family holiday. You will find a combination of sandy and rocky beaches alternating with intriguing coves, and the climate is a sunny but temperate one. If you are looking for water sports, head for Portet Cove which was originally a safe haven for ships. It is within walking distance of the lookout tower near the Cap d'Or, from where there are spectacular views of the coastline. Don't miss the eighteenth century castle, right by the shore. Golf lovers will be pleased to know that Moraira has three golf courses. As well as spending time on the beach, you can enjoy a boat trip and admire the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. On your return, choose from a delightful array of restaurants along the shore.
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4 based on 416 reviews
Relax after a wonderful day at one of the beautiful beaches of Moraira? With us in the restaurant that is for sure. On our spacious terrace you can sit at one of the many cozy tables ranging from 2 to 12 people. The terrace is equipped with large parasols
They use a nut mix that includes peanuts as a food garnish. I was surprised and grateful to notice this before eating what appeared to be an unsuspecting cucumber salad that accompanied my ribeye steak. It didn't say peanuts are included anywhere on the menu. The restaurant itself has a nice vibe with a large part of it open aired but please stop using peanuts as a garnish, someone is going to get very sick or worse!
4 based on 316 reviews
Modern Mediterranean restaurant, creative and market cuisine. Overlooking the beach. Excellent fresh fish and seafood. Homemade desserts, extensive wine list and cocktails. Large terrace overlooking the beach.
We had a pleasant meal here. We opted for paella - I enjoyed the seafood one although it only had 1 scallop and 1 piece of octopus! My husband had the chicken one but in hindsight would have prepared a different one as heâs not a fan of meat on the bone but thatâs just a personal preference. Spaghetti Bolognaise was a big hit for my youngest child.The only real criticism was the â¬7.50 charge for a large beer - the most expensive we have come across in Moraira! The location was nice enough but it didnât justify a premium like that!We appreciate your comment, it is not for nothing but our seafood paella does not carry scallops or octopus. It has monkfish, mussels, shrimp and squid.With the price of beer just tell it is a 75 cl beer. I don't think it's so expensive
4 based on 107 reviews
Cafeteria, shopping, oven. Surely we are not the best but if we are the ONLY ONE. The Moraira's only place with three perfectly mixed environments where you can eat a toast of someone of our special breads or think a brunch/lunch while you buy a detail fo
This place is the whole package. The food is delicious, the service is excellent, it is not expensive and the staff are so polite and welcoming. The perfect place to visit for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Highly recommend a visit
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