3 bedroom town house for sale
Spain - Valencia, Alicante, Beniarbeig
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- TOWN HOUSE IN BENIARBEIG
- 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS
- STORAGE ROOM & TERRACE
- PRE-INSTALLATION FOR AIR CONDITIONING
- IN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL AMENITIES
- 20 MINUTES AWAY FROM STUNNING BEACHES
Beniarbeig is a population of Valencia, Spain. Located in the northeast of the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. According to the 2009 census, the municipality has 1997 inhabitants. Geography Beniarbeig is located between the valley of the Rectory and the Marquis of Denia, in the foot of the Sierra de Segària and Gerona crossed the river, which divides the town in two. The bridge across it was the beginning of XX and sunk by the flood of October 12, 2007. The municipality extends over 7.4 km2. It is 42 meters high on average and only 3 km. away from the beach. Limits The municipality of Beniarbeig Benidoleig borders, Benimeli, Ondara, Pedreguer, Sanet and Negrals and Orchard (all in the same area). Access Access is via exit 62 of the AP-7 motorway or the N-332 which passes through the town next to Ondara. By population cross: - Regional Road Orchard-Sagra. - Beniarbeig-Pedriscal county road. - Old-Ondara Beniarbeig way. Public transportation: In Denia and Gandia are the nearest railway stations. In Denia and Gandia to Alicante to Valencia. In Denia's passenger shipping line to Ibiza and Palma. Also buses to Valencia and Alicante from Ondara and Vergel. The closest towns to which are accessible from Beniarbeig Ondara, Vergel, Els Poblets on the coast. Inland we Sanet and Negrals, Benimeli, Ráfol of Almunia, Sagra, Tormos, Orba, to the south, 4 km we Pedreguer. History Former Muslim farmhouse, that after the conquest of count of Sinarques. In 1535 the parish was dismembered from Denia, alongside those of Beniomer and Benicadim, which eventually depopulated, and became rector of Moors. The 1643 passing of the Marquis of Denia jurisdiction. In the eighteenth century a major economic crisis leaves the population at levels below what it was before the expulsion of the Moors in 1609. The demographic crisis continued in the early twentieth century in which there was emigration to France and Algeria. In the middle of the last century was some immigration from Andalusia. The floods of October 12, 2007, caused by rainfall exceeded 400 mm in some places, flooding caused most documented Girona River, affecting among other populations Beniarbeig which destroyed the bridge over the river and flooded much of population. Economy The economy depends on the cultivation of orange. There are also olive and pine trees. Recent years has diversified into the construction and services. Many of the latter work outside the village, coastal towns of the region. The town: This typical Spanish village has everything you can think of: supermarkets, local shops, butchers, bakers, bars, restaurants, pharmacy, sport centre, municipal swimming pool, etc. Monuments Parish Church. Renaissance style. Architectural Building. Festivals Festivities. They take place during the last week of August in honor of San Roque.
- Alicante (International), 50.2 miles
- Valencia (International), 53.4 miles
- Ibiza/San José (International), 72.8 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (International), 85 miles
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