Spanish Towns: Torre de la Horadada

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Spanish Town: La Torre de la Horadada Location: South-Eastern Spain (25 minutes away from Torrevieja) along the Mediterranean Sea.

Torre de la Horadada - Alicante

(Torre de la Horadada, Alicante – Google Maps)

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(Beach next to the watchtower)

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(Another view)

Watchtower Torre de la Horadada

(Watchtower)

Club Náutico - Torre de la Horadada (Club Náutico)

SPANISH TOWNS: TORRE DE LA HORADADA

Brief History: La Torre de la Horadada (called “La Torre” by the surrounding areas) is a small Spanish town administered by Pilar de la Horadada, a bigger town found around 1 mile inland.

Its name was given because of the watchtower (“torre” in Spanish) still located right next to the Marina.

For centuries the area seemed to be the target of pirates, so that’s why they built a tower to watch out any ships coming from the sea.

La Torre has a bit more than 3 miles of sandy beaches. It is practically empty during the off season (around 7-8 months) but full of people during punctual holidays, June, July and August.

I go from time to time to do police reports at the Guardia Civil station in La Torre. If I have time, I usually go for a little walk and drink coffee over there, but only in the off season, as there are too many people in the summer.

You can read here more about La Torre de la Horadada and other Spanish towns in the area:

Visit Torre de la Horada if you have a chance. It’s a very interesting Spanish town!

David

 

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Comments

  1. Sharon says

    Interesting article and photos. I have been there a few times for lunch or coffee. Found it very peaceful but have never been in the Summer season. After what you said about it being very busy I will keep to the quieter winter month.

    • David Ruiz says

      Hi Sharon,

      I always try to avoid these places in the summer.

      However, they are usually lovely the rest of the year… well, not quite, Easter is an exception 😉

      David

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