For many, enjoying nights out during cheap holidays to Costa Blanca is part of the appeal. Because it's a small town, Moraira can't compete with nearby Benidorm when it comes to catering to partygoers and clubbers. Those looking for an all-night party experience should head to one of the many destinations along the Costa Blanca that are geared towards big nights out. That said, Moraira does have a handful of night spots to keep the town buzzing after dark, as well as a number of festivals throughout the year.
Situated a little way out of town, Costa Sur is the main nightclub for youngsters in the vicinity of Moraira. During the summer months it can be relied upon to offer up outrageous entertainment, including foam parties, wet t-shirt competitions and strip teases. At the weekends it's open until 7am, making it the obvious choice for an after-party.
In town, Saxo Disco is the closest thing to a club that Moraira has to offer, though you'll find it considerably less raucous than the Costa Sur. That's not to say it's not a great place for a boogie though. The dance floor provides a lively alternative to the patio seating outside, while the live music is loud and the drinks are large. The popular Sunday session kicks off at 5pm and fills up early.
Enjoying a prime location right on the beach, Algas is open bright and early at 9.30am and serves delicious food and good cocktails throughout the day. When the sun goes down, the seafront backdrop provides the perfect setting to let your hair down and dance the night away. Open until 2.30am every night of the week.
This typical British pub boasts an array of big screen TVs, making it the ideal spot to watch any sporting event during your next Costa Blanca holiday. A full menu of pub grub will give you fuel, while the friendly bar staff are accommodating and chatty. All drinks and food are very reasonably priced. A great place to start out the evening.
This German beer hall bar puts the emphasis firmly on atmosphere. Expect a rousing reception and an extensive selection of international beers on tap and in bottles, making it a must-visit for those partial to a shandy or two. The owner is charming and charismatic and will ensure your night in Django's is one to remember.
As the name suggests, this family-run pub sits right on the main square in town and has a lovely little alfresco seating area, great for watching the world go by. Strategically placed screens mean that it's physically impossible to have your view obstructed from almost anywhere in the bar – even if you choose to sit outside. Though it doesn't do food, you're welcome to bring snacks in with you. The pizzeria across the street comes recommended.