As soon as you catch sight of Mojácar, with its crowd of white houses perched on the lower foothills of the Sierra de Cabrera mountains, this lovely spot will begin to amaze you.
The Parador de Mojácar is located near the town’s beaches. It enjoys one of the best microclimates in Spain, with an average temperature of 20°C and over 3,000 hours of sun each year. If you are looking for a place to enjoy tranquil beaches year round and partake in outdoor sports, this could be your destination.
You will enjoy the refreshing swimming pool, the comfortable, cozy ambiance of the hotel’s different spaces and bright guest rooms with balconies, inviting you to gaze out at pleasing sunsets over the blue waters of the Mediterranean.
The Parador de Mojácar is also an ideal destination if you are traveling with children, as it offers a sumertime mini-club with activities for the little ones. Children’s films, music, crafts, self-expression through movement … everything to make your family vacation unforgettable.
The magical town of Mojácar is a labyrinth of narrow streets, where around every corner there is something to captivate you and reveal the intimacy of its past, and scenic overlooks offer beautiful horizons. 17 kilometers of coastline make this the ideal spot for an enjoyable day at the beach.
The town has an excellent climate, allowing you to partake in outdoor sports year round: hiking, cycling, horseback riding, golf, tennis and paddle tennis, surfing, sailing, swimming, and more.
The area offers any type of sun and sea or active tourism activity you can imagine, the choice is yours.
When you make your reservation, why not choose one of our superior rooms? All of them have sea views!
Double (double bed): 7
Double superior: 26
Double superior (double bed): 7
Double superior Plus: 3
Junior Suite: 10
Total capacity: 196
Total rooms: 98
How to arrive
The Parador is located on Mojácar Beach, 1.5 km from the city. Traveling from Murcia or Almería on the Autovía del Mediterráneo (A-7), take the exit for Los Gallardos (exit 520) and head towards Garrucha and Mojácar.