Monte Pedreguer


Monte Pedreguer is a clean and well looked after urbanisation, with a range of nationalities and lovely well-kept villa’s and modern town houses and is a 10 minute drive from the town of pedreguer.

Monte pedreguer benefits from panoramic views across the orange groves, Mountains and coastline. The main town of pedreguer  just a few minutes’ drive away. 

At the entrance of the road leading to the urbanisations is the restaurant Monroes carvery which specialise in roast dinners and steak.

Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran. The village is surrounded by abundant agricultural farming land on which fruits and vegetables are grown.

Pedreguer is situated approximately 1 hour drive from Alicante and Valencia Airports.

The main AP7 motorway junction 62 which is the Denia/Javea/Ondara turn off if you head towards Pedreguer on the CV-724.

Take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Pedreguer has a sports centre and a culture centre that stages many exhibitions and acts. Pedreguer town has everything that you need doctors, chemists, vets, supermarkets, electrical shops, bars and beautiful restaurants, schools, dentists, butchers if you need something you will find it if not just ask.

Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the five star Marriott Hotel with golf course designed by Jose Olazabal.

Rastro Market

Sunday is market day; the market is held in the poligono part of town which is easily accessed off the N332 this is the coast road that runs parallel with the AP7. The market has an abundance of fruit and vegetable in fact we get bags of them for a few euros. Various other market stalls and Rastro stalls. A large selection of shopping for everyone.

Farmers Market on a Saturday in the town. Abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables.


JANUARY The Three Kings – 6th January a Procession and distribution of presents to the children.
Fiesta of San Antonio - Processions and blessing of animals. FEBRUARY  Fiesta of San Blas - Firework displays, procession and dancing.
EASTER - Throughout Spain the week of Easter (Semana Santa) is celebrated with somber religious processions, usually entailing an effigy of Jesus on the Cross being carried through the streets followed by mourners wearing black and carrying candles. Spaniards of all ages take part and one cannot help being struck by the sense of community and dedication to tradition that the celebrations reflect. JULY Fiesta of San Buenaventura - BULL-RUNNING - The famous bull running event is held in many towns at different times of the year all over Spain.



La Sella Golf Course was designed by the prolific José María Olazábal in 1991. La Sella is one of the most important courses designed by the double champion of the Masters in Agusta.


La Sella boasts 6 international standard clay courts and 2 astro tennis courts. Coaching is available in English and various other languages and for all standards.


Community Sports Centre with various activities such as football, basketball, tennis, community swimming pool and other activities advertised on the notice board.


Equestrian Centres

There are various equestrian centres the main one in Pedreguer is on La Sella Urbanisation, various abilities; horse riding lessons and hacks out are available here. There is another riding school in Ondara.



The town has spent a lot of money over the last few years reopening walking routes in various places. The main walk in Pedreguer is past the Ermita and this walk can take you all the way through to the Jalon Valley. There are easy walks and more difficult walks. Montgo National Park and Mountain have various routes and they are all marked out according easy or difficult.


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