Torre de la Horadada

Torre de la Horadadais a Spanish town located on the Mediterranean Sea with an estimated population of 2.676 inhabitants and comes under the jurisdiction of Pilar de la Horadada, which in turn has a total population of 22.967 according to the National Statistics Institute. Both of these towns are located in the most southern point of the Alicante province in the southeast of Spain and therefore shares a border with the province of Murcia. The name of the town has its origin in two factors: the first, the 16th century watchtower; and the second, the site where the tower is found: the point of Horadada (el horadada) which comes from the Spanish word for "bore through" as it is situated on rocks made up of small caves developed by the water boring the rock.

Our thoughts: Great little holiday resort with blue flag beaches, cool beach bars in the summer months and plenty of water sports on the Mediterranean makes this a hot spot for tourism but it hasn’t been "overdone”
There is a town square with lots of bars, restaurants and amenities so good choice with everything you could wish for from a holiday town and yet still remains authentic.