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Serene and beautiful azure seas surround Mojacar mountain village on the Andulician coast in southern Spain. Located next to the Mediterranean sea, Mojacar is a haven of sun, sea, rest and relaxation but it doesn't stop there. Mojacar hotels offered by Venere.com are well known for excellent quality and service, as well as magnificent views. Venere.com offers listing for several top class hotels in Mojacar, each of which has been reviewed by previous visitors. Whether you are looking for an opulent hotel or a budget option, Venere.com has what you need. With 3000 hours of sun annually and an average temperature of 20 °C, the town is popular with those who enjoy water sports, beach fun with the family and couples seeking a getaway holiday.
What's Mojacar Like?
This sun paradise offers an ideal holiday destination and a number of interesting and exciting Mojacar places to stay. This hill-top village and the Mojacar Playa resort offer some of the best relaxation potential in Andalucia. The Plaza Nueva is the town square and it is here where you will be able to enjoy Mojacar hotels and terraced areas which overhang the edge of the mountain. La Fuenta Mora is the Moorish fountain at the foot of the village, and is a nice day visit during the very hot summer months. Essentially the town is divided into two parts: the old town on the hill and the more modern resort area at Mojacar beach where you can enjoy a swim. Mini-Hollywood can be found near Tabernas. During the 1960's old westerns such as The Good the Bad and the Ugly were filmed here.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mojacar
With a few Spanish phrases in hand, and an appreciation of good food and wine, getting along with Mojacar locals should not prove too difficult. In Mojacar and indeed all of Spain, mealtimes are prized so you may find yourself spending much of your time in a local restaurant where socializing and leads to uncovering information about the town's history and culture. Dinner is generally served between 9 and 10 p.m and excellent manners are observed, such as never eating before your host does. Dress in Spain is stylish, yet modest and Spaniards prefer muted colors. Spanish people do offer a kiss for each cheek (women) and a pat on the back or even a hug is considered appropriate between men. At Venere's Mojacar hotels tip only if you feel you want to. A modest amount of 5% to 10% is usual.