Pilar de la Horadada is located in Alicante in Vega Baja. It is the southernmost municipality of Valencia, bordering the Region of Murcia in this direction.
Pilar de la Horadada has everything to enjoy the sun and sea. The climate is typically Mediterranean, with average temperatures of 18 º C, soft breeze and the sun shining over 3,200 hours a year. The tourist who goes in search of a healthy lifestyle, resources are here to enjoy the weather and sports in an enviable framework.
The purity of the beaches that Pilar de la Horadada has been allowed to have been awarded the Blue Flag FEEE, guarantee to enjoy tranquility of a healthy environment. The amenities and healthy lifestyle makes many visitors here are established and install permanent residence instead. Pilar de la Horadada is one of the municipalities with the coast less altered, so you can still find places and natural.
- Playa el Mojón
- Playa las Higuericas
- Playa las Villas
- Playa el Puerto
- Playa el Conde
- Playa los Jesuitas
- Playa Rocamar
- Playa del río
- Playa Mil Palmeras
- Playa Vistamar
Museums and Monuments
Archaeological-Ethnological Museum Gratiniano Potholes: The main section of the museum houses finds from the local fields. The museum has other categories: Environment, palaeontology, numismatics and ethnology. His exhibitions allow to obtain an overall picture of the evolution of these lands over time, and their resources.
Parish Church of Our Lady of the Pillar: The image of Our Lady of Pilar, Local sculptor Sánchez Lozano, over the altar this church built in 1975. Notably its bell tower built in 1899.
Watchtower "Campo de la Horadada": Built in 1591, due to the numerous raids and looting that suffered the coast created a defensive system of watchtowers, this surveillance and communication system was in use well into the seventeenth century.
Roman Quarry: A quarry on the coastline of more than 60 meters long near Mil Palmeras. This open quarry was exploited by the Romans for the extraction of stone, then possibly used to pave the Via Augusta that crosses the municipality.
Access to Pilar de la Horadada can be from national and international sources, can be done by train, plane, bus or car.
Pilar de la Horadada is located 60km from Alicante airport, 15 kmdel San Javier Airport and 70km from the railway station of Alicante.
Here we provide all directions to Pilar de la Horadada for the quickest and easiest way:
Pilar de la Horadada has its own exit from the AP-7 or Autopista del Mediterráneo (E-15 in the European driving directions), a 87km by A-7 towards Murcia, take Exit 77 Torrevieja / Cartagena (AP-7) so it is very easy to drive to Pilar de la Horadada from anywhere in Spain. The coastal road access is via the N-332.