3 bedroom Villa in Pilar de la Horadada
Development of 11 villas from 3 bedrooms and 3,5 baths, living-room, kitchen, galery, terrace and solarium. On the best residential area in Pilar de la Horadada with all services needed and more, perfectly well comunicated at 4 minutes from autovía A-7.
If you are looking for beautiful sandy beaches, great golf or an authentic Spanish town, Pilar de la Horadada is a lesser known gem with huge potential.
Just a few kilometres inland from one of the prettiest stretches on the Costa Blanca, this small, working town is perfect if you want to experience authentic Spanish life all year round. A lively market, excellent local cuisine and a very comfortable climate makes this a discerning spot in this popular part of southern Spain.
However you approach, whether it’s via the medieval pirate watchtower on the coast, past the monumental iron bull to the north of town or summoned by the tolling of the 19th century bell in the church, in Pilar de la Horadada you’re never far away from the deep history and culture of the region. Once an important trading station on a Roman trading route, the town is still alive with agricultural commerce trading in vegetables and flowers.
Nature lovers will find much to admire in the surrounding area. Just follow the scent of rosemary and thyme up the riverbed where you will find diverse species of wild orchids, dwarf palms and wild olive trees together with nesting water birds, wildcats and even eagles.
With a population of 21,000, Pilar de la Horadada is somewhere you will quickly feel part of the community. Most of the area’s expat population is settled in the neighbouring villages and developments closer to the coast but you will still find a town which warmly welcomes new arrivals from all over the world.
You’ll find a good variety, with prices that are extremely varied depending on the part of town you are interested in. The area is particularly good if you are looking for townhouses and apartments.
In the centre you will find boutiques, food shops and banks along the main Calle Mayor. On Friday and Sunday visit the town market where you will be able to pick up locally sourced food and flowers. If shopping’s not your thing, the nearby 18 hole La Romero golf course will provide a delightful challenge.
In 1986 the World Health Organisation declared the climate in the area one of the most equitable in the world. If that’s not enough to cure your ills, then there is a local public health clinic in the centre of town, with the nearest hospital in Torrevieja.
Pilar de la Horadada is well served by airports, including Murcia San Javier and Alicante, both easily accessible by road. If you are without your own transport, then there is a regular bus service connecting you with nearby towns and cities.
Being slightly removed from the coast but boasting a good range of shops means that you’ll be paying a little less than in the more populous seaside resorts.
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