What's the weather like in Moraira in September?
The summer heat starts to wane in September, however temperatures only drop slightly. Moraira normally receives 10 hours of sunshine per day with temperatures ranging between 18 °C and 27 °C. The amount of rainfall grows to 78mm for the month with a 19% chance of rain so it's best to pack a light jacket just in case.
The daily average temperature for Moraira in September is usually around 23 °C and it's still very enjoyable for those visiting the resort. If you want to take advantage of the town now the school holidays are over, you'll still be able to sunbathe and enjoy various activities. The highest ever recorded temperature in September for Moraira is 38 °C with the lowest being 12°C. However, temperatures are normally within the averages for each month. The average sea temperature in September is around 25°C which feels great if you want to cool off with a dip or swim in the ocean. The average humidity for the resort is around 67% meaning it's still fairly humid and its best to avoid spending too much time in the sun. Keep hydrated by drinking lots of cold drinks and apply a high SPF to protect your skin from sunburn.
Moraira Hotels in September
Located just kilometres from Moraira, the Eurostars Lucentum is a business hotel that offers great rates to secure reservations. As it is a business hotel, you can expect modern amenities like Wi-Fi, parking and breakfast. While it may be a trek back to Moraira on foot, it is a quick trip in a car and the hotel is a quick jaunt to many other attractions in the area.
Another accommodation option to consider is the Encantadora holiday home. Situated in a residential area of the resort, this property has an outside pool, garden, furnished terrace and barbecue. Located close to Ampolla beach, bars and shops are within reach so you don't have to travel far to enjoy what Moraira has to offer. Set over two floors, the house has everything you would need for your holiday, including four bedrooms, three bathrooms, living room and kitchen. Essentials like TV, washing machine, dishwasher and oven are also provided. If you're searching for local activities to try then why not give windsurfing, cycling or horse riding a go as they're all close to this residence. Though staying in this holiday home isn't cheap, it's an incredibly beautiful villa that will provide a comfortable and memorable stay.
Beaches in Moraira in September
L'Andragó is a quiet rocky beach and has a very nice restaurant which is right on the seafront and is an ideal place to sit and enjoy the view out to sea. This rocky cove with its deep, clear waters are perfect for scuba diving and fishing. One of the network of lookout points, this attractive spot affords one of the most frequently photographed coastal landscapes.
Bars and Restaurants
If you want to experience a taste of the local cuisine then try Santari's Restaurant. Here, you'll find everything from tapas to British and international dishes. With luxurious surroundings and elegant interiors, it's the perfect venue for a relaxing evening meal. You can even enjoy a drink on the terrace and relish the sun setting over Moraira. If you have young children then you don't need to worry as the restaurant offers a children's menu, high chairs and baby changing facilities.
You might be surprised to discover Indian food in the resort but that's exactly what you'll find at Himalaya Tandoori. Serving traditional Indian and Nepalese dishes to eat in or take away, this eatery attracts a range of tourists of varying nationalities. With an inviting atmosphere, you can enjoy a romantic meal or dinner with friends and family and taste traditional curries and meals. Located in the centre of town, it's ideal if you want to start your evening close to other venues.
Things to do in Moraira in September
If you would like to explore the shoreline and get your heart rate up, you can rent jet skis and race around on the Mediterranean. Adventures Costa Blanca offers several trips on jet skis that vary in length and cost. Regardless of the time you spend on the jet skis, you'll get to cool off while zipping around and view the rugged landscape from the sea.
If you would rather explore the Alicante landscape on land then go on a guided buggy trip. You can take a trip through the countryside from between one to two hours. The tour guides will show you how to operate the buggies and then teach you about the local wildlife and culture as you explore it via country roads. Drivers must be 18 or over and hold a valid driving license while children under 7 are not allowed. Your party must have four people in it too.
To help you decide what to do with your time in Moraira, take a look at the weather forecast.
Dates to note
September brings the Fiesta Divina Pastora to the area. This religious festival is celebrated with traditional music and dancing throughout the Alicante region.