Mojácar Travel guide
Mojácar : Michelin's recommendations
This whitewashed village perched on a promontory occupies a wonderful setting and commands fine views of the coast and the local area, which is dotted with strange rocky outcrops. The Moors left their mark on the centre of the old town, where the steep streets are dotted with charming nooks and crannies. Mojácar was only reconquered in 1488. Many foreigners have settled here in recent decades, adding to its cosmopolitan feel.
Tourist attractions Mojácar : Things to see and do
E - 04638 Mojácar
From Plaza del Ayuntamiento, a street leads to this 15C gate in the old wall, that opens up onto the charming Plaza de las Flores .
E - 04638 Mojácar
Calle Iglesia leads to this church with ochre coloured walls that contrast with the white houses. Built after the Reconquest, it resembles a fortress with solid walls, with the belltower on one side and buttresses on the other. Several picturesque st..
Pl. Nueva E - 04638 Mojácar
This charming square contains the simple hermitage of Our Lady of Sorrows (18C), now turned into a shop. On the square, a terrace provides a wide view over the remains of Mojácar la Vieja, the early village on the hillside, a little lower. Left of th..
Paseo del Mediterráneo, 245 C Lomos del Cantal, 1 E - 04638 Mojácar
"Punta del Cantal Hotel Suites is located in the heart of the privilege beach of Mojacar, just a few metres from the sea and beside Pueblo Indalo; Punta del Cantal Hotel Suites offers you a variety of rooms such as Junior Suites and Standard Roo..
La Fuente, 38 E - 04638 Mojácar
Hotel Simon is located at the foot of the pretty Andalusian hilltop town of Mojácar. It offers fantastic views of Mojácar and the Mediterranean Sea from its terraces. The air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Simon feature a flat-screen TV and a private ba..