With centuries of history
Pilar de la Horadada, a young municipality with centuries of history. More than five centuries ago, Pilar de la Horadada experienced pirate raids and looting and was a transit town for the Romans on their way to Cádiz via the Via Augusta.
Join us for this route through this beautiful municipality of the Costa Blanca.
How do you get there?
Pilar de la Horadada is the southernmost municipality of the province of Alicante. To get there, take the A-7 towards Murcia, then take exit 77 (Torrevieja/Cartagena) and follow the signs.
There is also the possibility to travel there by bus or train from Alicante.
¿Because there is to do and Pilar?
Pilar de la Horadada has over 5km of coastline, much of which is spectacular beaches such as those of Mil Palmeras and the playa de el Conde.