What to see in Pilar de la Horadada
In Pilar de la Horadada, both on the coast and inland, we discover large areas of great ecological and scenic value. Surrounded by this environment we can delight ourselves with a channel enabled for environmental education, a landscape of great natural relevance, pine-covered mountains where we find oaks and strawberry trees, wide beaches of fine sand and small coves with rich and varied sea beds. The bed of the "dry river" and its surroundings are populated by a multitude of birds and mammals. Special mention also deserves the White-capped Malvasia, which is in danger of extinction and that inhabits and nests in the Municipal Natural Park Lagunas de Lo Monte.
And this is not only the natural area we have in Pilar de la Horadada. In Pinar de Campoverde there is "Río Seco", a place from which two hiking routes are organized.
In the northern part is the Puente del Beso, a civil work that has been cataloged by the International Federation as one of the 10 best concrete works in the world thanks to its technical innovation.
The Bridge of the Kiss is inspired by origami, Japanese origami art, and reminds two birds before starting the flight.
The Vigía Tower, which was declared "Good of Cultural Interest". Throughout history these lands suffered numerous attacks by pirates who disembarked on the coast and made their incursions and looting in the interior. The coastal towers rose precisely to warn of the presence of their ships, communicating with each other by campfires and other signs. Sample of this time is the sober coastal tower of the Horadada of the sixteenth century of defensive character, located between the beaches El Puerto and El Conde.