PILAR DE LA HORADADA is the furthest south of the Alicante province and borders Murcia. The municipality of Pilar de la Horadada is divided into 3 parts and has about 21,000 inhabitants. Pinar de Campoverde in the Far East In the country, the city of Pilar de la Horadada where most Spaniards live, here you will find all the facilities as well as large supermarkets and a weekly market on Fridays and Sundays. The third part, Torre de la Horadada is the beach town in the municipality, where you will find beautiful beaches and many eateries. The area is famous for good hiking and cycling routes. Pilar de la Horadada also has well-known festivities throughout the year, but the most famous festivities take place in October each year. Then there is the "Fiesta de Santísima Virgen del Pilar" (the Blessed Virgin of Pilar) celebrated for several days. There is a lot of fuss with a parade, concerts, entertainment, and the well-known "flower sacrifice". Both residents and permanent residents participate and there are large areas of serving and food tents etc. Fireworks are also not an unknown way to celebrate in Spain.