This whitewashed village perched on a promontory occupies a wonderful setting and commands fine views of the coast and the local area, which is dotted with strange rocky outcrops. The Moors have left their mark on the centre of the old town (Mojácar was only reconquered by the Christians in 1488), where the steep streets are dotted with charming nooks and crannies. The beauty of the village is mainly the result of its whitewashed houses and magnificent views, which have been a little spoiled over the years by the onset of tourism.
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