Torre de la Horadada
Although one of the lesser known of the Costa Blanca's seaside resorts, Torre de la Horadada is also one of the prettiest of the southern resorts with an attractive coastline and seafront walks as well as a charismatic watch tower dating from the time when pirates sailed these seas.
There are long, golden, sandy dune beaches at the southern end of the resort as well as a more secluded cove beach close to the towns main square. There is great clifftop terrace on the edge of the central plaza which has a number of cafe bars and ice cream parlours which have fantatsic views of the delightful small marina.
This small peaceful seaside town's central plaza is only 100m from the sea and has a great choice of very good restaurants offering, amongst others, Spanish, Italian, and Indian cuisine. There are also a few shops and bars here in this main plaza as well as a number of large, modern supermarkets, bars, restaurants and shops in the newer residential areas of the town which are just a few minutes walk from the central square.
Despite the age of its tower, Torre de la Horadada has seen most of its development during the last 10 years. With an ever increasing demand for coastal holiday homes this small seaside town of Torre De La Horadada has experienced a period of significant growth