The main cove of El Poble Nou de Benitatxell, Cala Moraig is an exceptional enclave in a landscape of cliffs, hidden behind the massif known as Puig Llorença.
Between cliffs and impressive geological formations, Cala Moraig is a secluded cove of gravel and transparent waters. The dramatic rocks and the color of its waters recreate a paradisiacal landscape and give it a unique charm. The quality of the waters, the environment and the services offered have been certified by the Blue Flag certification and the special mention to the rescue and lifeguard service by the Adeac Foundation (2014).
In addition to its attractiveness for a swim and diving, there are also impressive geological formations to see in its vicinity, such as the Falla del Moraig and the Cova dels Arcs, a beautiful aquatic cave that is the outlet to the sea of an underground river. A treasure for lovers of scuba diving.
La Falla del Moraig is a spectacular rocky wall, almost vertical. The polished appearance of the rock wall and the grooves formed by the friction of the blocks indicate the direction of geological displacement that originated it. The fault seems to be suspended in the air over a lagoon which also houses the underwater entrance to the Blanc river.
The Cova dels Arcs is cave with three arches that open a route for diving through the different galleries that are inside. Expert submariners have already explored more than 1100 meters but with extreme caution, since one of the professionals who researched more in these galleries was left there 200 meters from the exit.