4 bedroom detached villa for sale
Spain - Gandía, Valencia, Valencia
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- 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, 4 BATHROOMS
- SPACIOUS, LIGHT AND AIRY ACCOMMODATION
- CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING UNITS
- PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL AND GARDENS
- SIZABLE GARAGE. SUNNY TERRACES
- ONLY FEW METRES AWAY FROM STUNNING SANDY BEACH
- IN WALKING DISTANCE TO SHOPS, BARS AND RESTAURANTS
- IDEAL LOCATION NEXT TO THE THRIVING CITY OF GANDIA
Daimuz (in Valencian and officially Daimús) is a municipality of Valencia, Spain. It belongs to the province of Valencia, in the region of La Oliva. Physical geography The municipality is located in the south of the province of Valencia, near the coast. The surface has a smooth term geomorphology. Cross the ditch Daimuz territory and serves Azagador the southern limit to the term of Guardamar of 3.10 km2 Safor.En their observed two distinct areas: the lowlands that make up the coastal area and the former marsh , and the area where is located the village. The village is located on a small hill that over the east, is demolished, separated by what is known as gros marge, which is nothing more than a dorsal relict littoral. Items of note in the city are North Las Marinas, El Mojon and rivers, in the central part marshes, ravines and rocks so in the corners or the South Sea. It must take into account the proximity of the right bank of the river Serpis, which flows into the sea at the height of Rafalcaid Marenys. Floods, within the municipality, are closely tied to this collector. During episodes of so-called "cold drop" high intensity rainfall accompanied happen time effect "plug" that the easterly storm generated in these episodes occur over the sea and consequently on the river Serpis. Everything looks contributed because much of the town is a former marsh area that looks depressed closed by a barrier island relic and a promenade with a similar effect, which favors the mechanisms of surface flooding. Climate The climate of the municipality as well as for the whole Safor is thermo Mediterranean Subhúmedo. Average annual rainfall between 500-800 mm, and mean annual temperatures above 19 ° C. Temperature range: 15-16 °. Geology Daimuz dunes. According to Geoscience Map of the province of Valencia, Daimuz a whole is framed within the larger "coastal strip" that houses north to south most of the alluvial flats were allocated to heavily irrigated agricultural use. Arguably, occupying the Coastal Plain, strip of territory that comes in immediate contact with the Mediterranean Sea. This is a space formed by material accumulation lithologically mainly alluvial origin, and form an extensive floodplain. Highlights include quaternary materials like marine mud and sand; gravel, songs, silt and clay colluvial and fluvial-Miocene materials: clay and silt. This is an area dominated by Quaternary, of little interest to paleontological level. The morphology of the set dominates its small value clinométrico, with slopes between 0 and 5 for 100, its decline occurs from west to east. The hydrology of the municipality is strongly conditioned by the bygone agricultural uses where the trace of natural entities has been distorted in favor of major canals that nourish a profuse network where artificial irrigation ditches (séquies) as the Acequia Madre (drought Mare) or natural course, "Riuet" or "Azagador" ("Assagador") partitérmino with the municipality of Guardamar de la Safor monopolize the limelight. Environment Much of the dune system attached to the municipality, which includes part of the coast between the port of Gandía and Guardamar de la Oliva, is currently fragmented by the existence of buildings on the beach and in Marenys Daimuz of Rafalcaid. Part of the large sandbar-lagoon complex Gulf of Valencia, being located among the marshes of Jaraco-Jeresa and Pego-Oliva. Most of the sedimentary contributions to this system come Serpis River, which flows into the grao of Gandia. The fragment of the dune system between Guardamar and La Oliva beach Daimuz, is included in the dunes LIC Safor of Natura 2000. This is the best conserved stretch of sand dunes, although different performances are developed to belong to two different municipalities. In Guardamar Safor of dune vegetation is dominated by a community of sea grass Elymus farctus and Echinophora spinosa. About this vegetation there are plenty of reeds, from the remains of the actions taken to fix the dunes. Inland dunes is frequently come into contact with the landscaped areas surrounding the developments, which increases the risk of introducing exotic plant species to the system. In Daimuz, Dune has a perimeter fence. In addition to the plant community formed by the sea grass, you may also see the marram Ammophila arundinacea community own type of secondary dunes. Inland, the dunes bordering the waterfront that are in the area. The rest of the dune is also colonized by sea grass, being very abundant species like Lotus and Lotus creticus sea lily (Pancratium maritimum. Likewise, the introduction of alien species, mainly grass knife Carpobrotus sp., Is patent, becoming the dominant species in the affected areas. diagnosis regarding the conservation status of this dune system has clear differences depending on the area in which we place ourselves. The southern area is well preserved, mainly in the section south of the town of Daimuz. The north, however, is very degraded. The flora of the dune is virtually nonexistent, being replaced almost entirely by grass knife. 1 History Daimuz, whose place name is of Arabic origin, was one of the dependent territories Bairén Castle. In Roman times were established in areas slightly elevated, protruding from the plains and marshes that formed the landscape, a series of rustic villas whose remains almost totally destroyed by the first vines plantations and citrus then emerging in As deepens somewhat in the soil. The Roman settlement to have begun in the first century AD, as suggested by the finding of a silver denarius Acilia family, 54th year. C., along with a bronze as the year Domitian was 82, and lasted certainly until Muslims times, bound and with historical times. It preserves some remains of Roman times as the site of the Garden of Conde and the tomb of Baebia Quieta, treasures and relics of the municipality. In the case of the tomb, it was a citrus field on the surface of Roman remains were found. Some theories suggest that it was the city of Artemision. Appeared in 1506 under a marble stone heads, one man and one woman, and two Roman tombstones, one of them in the old tower and the other in a tomb-shaped tower. Only after the turn of time, belonged to Gandía of which fell apart in 1535. Vicente Ferrer had dominion and later the Count of Almenara. The expulsion of the Moors left the deserted village, so it had to be given new Town Charter in 1612. Demography The vast majority of the population lives in the town of Daimuz, composed of the following neighborhoods: Old Town, Camí Ocean, Beach, Els Pedregals, The Mingola, Les Cassettes and Les Marines. Significantly, during the summer the population increases considerably, arriving in August to house about 20,000 inhabitants. Economy The land is irrigated, cultivated mainly oranges and vegetables. There are industries manipulated servicios.Cabe orange and noted that according to data provided by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of the Valencia in 2002 the municipality had a total of 152 hectares for the cultivation of citrus (62 ha sweet orange and mandarin 90 ha) significantly reduced seeing this surface, as seen in the 2007 data, a total of 106 ha (60 ha of sweet orange, mandarin and 45, has been one of lemon). One of the strengths of the economy is tourism, which comes to quadruple the number of inhabitants during the summer months. Daimuz participates in the Plan Accessible Beaches of Valencia, and the beach is suitable for the disabled. Since 2007 Daimuz beach is awarded the Blue Flag distinctive, and the Mark "Q" Quality Tourism awarded by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality. Transport From Valencia, this location is accessed by road via the N-332 to connect with the N-337 and end in the CV-670. The train station is located in Gandia just 2 kilometers. Heritage Architectural Heritage Church of St. Peter the Apostle, Daimuz. Church of St. Peter the Apostle: Data nineteenth century.
- Valencia (International), 64.4 miles
- Alicante (International), 85 miles
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