The Town of Pilar De La Horadada takes its name from the Tower built in 1591 to watch for and warn of Berber Pirates! It has 4 kilometres of varying sand types spread over approximately 10 beaches lapped by a clear mostly calm Sea
The Town offers some 50+ Restaurants to suit all tastes.
Other attractions include the Lagunas De Lo Monte a natural area of some 80000m2 spread over two Lagoons or maybe you can visit El Rio Seco and take a wander along the dry river bed You could also stroll along the Rambla Urbana which is some 3kms long but do watch out for the Roller Skaters!!
If Golf is more our thing nearby you will find Lo Romero Golf-A Fine Course with magnificent views all the way down to the Sea!