The Moraig beach is the main Cove of the town. The exceptional enclave in a landscape of cliffs and crystal clear waters provide a unique charm, hidden behind the Puig Llorença massif. Marked by the Blue Flag and awarded by the Foundation Adeac (2014) –a special mention of the service of first aid- made it into a Cove with a special attraction for families, diving enthusiasts and a spectacular landscape.
The tourist services at the beach and the geological formations of the environment give supplementary interest to enjoy a wonderful day at the beach in El Poble Nou de Benitatxell
Blue Flag and first aid service (Adeac)
Beach supervised: Parking and suitable for the disabled, paddleboats
Activities: snorkelling, diving, kayaks, paddleboats. In summer there will be activities for the promotion of environmental education.
Nudist area (at the far left)
Services: Controlled swimming area, first aid, nursing, surveillance and rescue, signalling the state of the sea, daily cleaning, rubbish bins, paths, sunbeds, umbrellas, Balinese, shower Restaurant, bar, toilets, parking, bus.
Prohibitions: No access of pets, nor camping.
The cove of Arches
A point of interest in the Moraig Bay is the Cova dels Arcs, a magnificent aquatic cave with two large arches, carved by the wave action and a drainage of a karstic system. In there is a beautiful large submarine landmark, the opening of the Riu Blanc cavity, possibly one of Europe's largest underwater galleries.
The beach is accessible by car. It allows the access of vehicles to the beach, although in the summer season it is not allowed to park there. The parking areas are located next to the beginning of the downhill road to the beach.