spectacular Moorish fortress town stands on a towering crag overlooking
a shore graced by pristine beaches and the sparkling waters of the
Like many other villages in south-eastern Spain, in the 1960's Mojacar
had become a ghost town, since most of its active inhabitants had
moved north to find work in the factories of the Barcelona region,
and further afield.
To attract new residents, the town's mayor gave land away to anyone
who promised to build, and within a year picturesque Mojacar had
become a thriving art colony.
Mainstream tourists and holiday-makers were also later attracted
by the beauty and charm of the place and the following decades saw
the development of its shoreline, with the construction of hotels
The shimmering white village of Mojacar nestles on a hill overlooking
the main tourist resort along the coast. With its wonderful maze
of narrow streets, the old place has lost none of its traditional
charm and mystique. Quaint little shops and bars are waiting to
be discovered around every corner, oozing authentic Spanish hospitality.
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