It’s no wonder that this town has opted for the “naturally magical” tourist slogan and that in a few km2 the town passes from the steepest spots in its interior to the Mediterranean Sea.
Known for paths such as la Font de l’Ull, from where we can access to the mine, l’Esdudella or la font del Xopet, as well as being able to see the remains of the first water pipes that used to fill la Cisterna, still preserved in perfect condition in the city centre.
Xeraco has recovered part of its marshes and is working with different projects to open trails and new natural spaces in this wet area. El Riu Vaca has its river mouth la Goleta and an artificial channel, to avoid flood problems. On its edge there is the la Torre de Guaita (Watch Tower) of the 16th century, built to notice the arrival of pirates by the sea.
A sea that today contributes with a great part of its tourist attractive, with an urban beach that has maintained the dune system, and abundant parks and gardens, in addition to a house of culture located in the old station of the Carabineros. To these attractions we must add the different bars in the beach, which, located under the dunes, which bring the visitor to the very paradise.
Gentilici: xeraquer, xeraquera
Tourism Office – Xeraco: Avinguda Migjorn, 2, Playa de Xeraco. [email protected]