Views of Mojacar.
Mojacar is twenty minutes away and is well worth a visit. It is divided into two parts; the pueblo – or village, and the playa – or coast.
Mojacar Pueblo, perched high on a hill, is the kind of picturesque place that might have come straight from the pages of a fairytale book. There have been settlements in Mojacar Pueblo for over four thousand years, but it is the Moorish imprint that is evident today, particularly in some of the architecture, and the labyrinth of narrow and steep cobbled winding streets, lined with cafes, boutiques and small shops.
Mojacar Playa offers seventeen kilometres of gently curving coastline. Some of the beautiful beaches are accompanied by seaside promenades with direct access by car whilst others are hidden from sight by impressive cliffs.