Mojácar is a municipality situated in the south east of the Province of Almería (Andalucia) in southern Spain, bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is 90 km from the capital of the province, Almería. It is an elevated mountain village displaying the traditional white colour from its earlier days. Casa Jeonny is located to the south of the town on the Mojacar Playa coast.
Mojácar has more than 3000 hours of sun per year. Rainy days are few and far between, with an average rainfall of 200mm per year. The medium yearly temperature is around 20°C. Winter is normally mild. Mojácar is classified in the 11 climate zone, the highest climate zone, which means the temperature in Mojácar is never lower than 4°C.
The average temperature in winter is between 10°C and 18°C.
The average temperature in summer is between 26°C and 32°C.
The most important festivals in Mojácar are:
Moors and Christians: the nearest weekend to 10 June.
San Agustín: Agustín is the male patron saint of Mojácar. This festival falls on 28 August.
Romería de San Isidro: 15 May.
San Juan Hogueras: (Bonfires of Saint John) 23–24 June.
Virgen del Rosario: Rosario is the “patrona” or secondary patron saint of Mojácar. This festival falls on 7 October.