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Pilar de la Horadada

The Southern most municipality on the Costa Blanca, just above the province of Murcia (Costa Calida).

Pilar de la Horadada is essentially an agricultural town and  there are two beach towns that come under the jurisdiction of the townhall, Mil Palmeras and Torre de la Horadada. The popular urbanisation of Pinar de Campoverde sits on the hills a few kilometres inland from the town.

“El Pilar” as the locals call it, has excellent sports facilities for a town of it’s size. It’s also boasts an excellent golf course, which is starting to attract investors,  Lo Romero Golf Course

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Mil Palmeras

Mil Palmeras
Mil Palmeras is a popular seaside tourist village on the South Costa Blanca. Approximately half of the town falls under the municipal jurisdiction of Orihuela, whilst the Southern end belongs to Pilar de La Horadada. The town is accessed from the N332 road. The main beach has a laid back chinringuito, a perfect place to...

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Pinar de Campoverde

Pinar de Campoverde is a pleasant leafy (Should that read piney?), urbanisation situated on a hill above the town of Pilar de la Horadada.   It's a very well established urbanisation with lots of greenery. It's become gradually more British over the years, especially with the expansion The older detached villas tend to sit on...

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Torre de la Horadada

Torre de la Horadada
Torre de la Horadada is a beach side town, at the Southern end of the Costa Blanca. The town comes under the municipal jurisdiction of Pilar de la Horadada. The town is laid back and is small but has everything you need. Torre de la Horadada features a town square and a promenade as well...

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