Teulada-Moraira

Teulada-Moraira

Intimately linked to the sea, the history of this picturesque part of the eastern Spanish coast dates back to the first Iberian settlers and, later, to the fortified protection of the area against Corsican and Berber pirates in the XVIII and XIX centuries. Not until this past century were homes built in this seaside town, whose orography changed little until the middle of the XX century, when the rise of “sun and sand” tourism born in the 1950s and 1960s created a “before” and “after” in local economy and history.

With the famous Moraira Castle standing as the last vestige of those defensive years, today Teulada-Moraira is a joyful town that attracts national and international tourists and prides itself on some of the jewels of its architectural heritage: the Cap d’Or watchtower, the Fortress-Church of Santa Catalina, and the Hall of Jurors and Justices.

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