Mediterranean cuisine on the Alboran Sea
Mojácar is seafaring, but its gastronomy also reflects the traditional cuisine of the interior, with vegetables, pasta, game, free-range meats and Alpujarras stews. At the Parador you can savour exquisite Mediterranean fish and seafood - the Garrucha red prawns are a must - rice dishes, classic seafood dishes and tasty fruit and vegetable-based dishes.
A gastronomic stroll between the sea and the Almeria Alpujarra
A complement to the traditional restaurant, La Cuajadera del Mediterráneo is a gastronomic space in its own right with a more informal menu and dishes to share representing the Almeria region. Acorn-fed Iberian ham, Filabres cheeses, Trevélez ham croquettes, cold tomato soup, patatas a lo pobre, cuttlefish casserole, Garrucha rice, Garrucha prawns, garlic prawns, sea urchins au gratin, homemade pizzas...
Type of kitchen
Cod with garlic confit and arroz a la garruchera (rice with local fish and seafood).
Wild natural beaches with crystal clear water
The town of Mojacar is known for its white houses, "hanging" from the Sierra de Cabrera and scattered through the maze of narrow streets adorned with brightly coloured flowers. From the Mirador de la Plaza Nueva you can see the immense Mediterranean Sea and the steep slopes of the Sierra. The environment is perfect for hiking, cycling, surfing and sailing, as well as other activities. The Natural Park of Cabo de Gata, just 20 minutes away, offers a wide range of water activities and natural beaches on the best-preserved cliff coast of the European Mediterranean coast.