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My region

  1. 1. My regionBy the 5th A students from the Rei En Jaume School in Xirivella
  2. 2. The region of Callosad’En Sarria is on thesea-coast /la marina baixa.
  3. 3. The medlar of Callosa d’EnSarriais an origin denomination that wascreated on June 14, 1991.The medlar is a very goodfruit that we have in springand in summer. His nice flavour accompanied of a small acid touch, makes it a perfect bite to refresh in the warm days.
  4. 4. Themedlar is atreasure THE MEDLAR
  5. 5. • In callosa dsarria there are many holidays but one of the most typical is ``MOROS I CRISTIANOS´´.• The gastronomy is delicious for example rice with crust and stew with meatballs.
  6. 6. The cave of the skulls of benidoleig this one in Alicante (Valencia) The candle cave in Busot this one in Alicante (Valencia) Candle Skulls in Busot Benidoleig It is a Stalactite caveIt looks like you see It is a stalagmite caveskulls hanging from and you can see thethe ceiling candle shape
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  8. 8. • Benidorm is a coastal town and municipality located in the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the , province of Alicante Valencian community, Spain, on the western Mediterranean coast. This is the island of Tabarca.
  9. 9. • Benidorm is a big destine touristic forits beaches andnights of fiestaThere are 71.034 inhabitants It is beautiful . It has got a lot ofDifferent famous hotels
  10. 10. The High Vinalopó is a region ofValencia (Spain) located in thenorthwest of the province ofAlicante. It owes its name togeographically in the upper valleyof Vinalopó. Its capital is the cityof Villena. It has an area of 674km2 and 2009 had a populationof 54,061 inhabitants. The districtbases its economy in the textileand footwear, among others, andto a lesser extent in agricultureand services. Includes the sub-BiarValley, except the city of bath,which is part of the Hoya deAlcoy.
  11. 11. It is a heterogeneous region from the standpoint ofhistorical, linguistic and cultural. TerritorialDemarcation was declared in 1989 Approved by theDecree of June 6 the Valencian Government. Thetwo most populated, Villena and Sax, is of Castilianorigin and were built in the province of Alicante in1836. Although initially were conquered in 1240 bythe commander of Alcaniz in the name of James Iand the Crown of Aragon, these populations weretransferred to Castile in the Treaty of Almizra in1244. In Upper Vinalopó also includes themunicipalities of Salinas historically Valencia(Castilian) and Valencian del Valle de Biar: Benejama,Biar, Campo de Mirra and Canada. The lastmunicipalities were part of the ancient region of theSierra de Alcoy.Villena and Sax have historically been part of theMarquis of Villena, in the Kingdom of Castile, whilethe Kingdom of Valencia were Salinas, who belongedto the County of Elda, and Biar, which was a royaltown and included in his term to houses that wouldgive rise to populations Benejama, Campo de Mirraand Canada.
  12. 12. is a county in the Alacant region. It is bordered by the Vinalopó mitjà and Alacantí on the north and Vega Baixa del Segura on the south. Its capital is the city of Elx/Elche, with a population of some 230,000 people live. The other major towns in the comarca are Crevillent and Santa Pola. Vinalopó river flows through this comarca giving its name to it (Baix Vinalopó is Valencian for "Lower Vinalopó"), even though nowadays is just a tiny stream more than a proper river. The territory is mostly flat except for some of the last ranges belongingHere you can watch how to extract the to the Baetic System which appear here salt from the sea water near the border with the neighbouring comarcas Vinalopó Mitjà, following a general southwest-northeast trend. The highest peaks are found in the Serra de Crevillent, a mountain range close to Crevillent, being its highest the Sant Gaietà with its 816 metres, a local hiking attraction.
  13. 13. The comarca is highlyindustrial, especially in itscapital, Elx/Elche, andalso in the town ofCrevillent. Agriculture isalso an important activityin the area. In thecoastline around SantaPola the main activity istourism, fisheries and seasalt.
  14. 14. Elx is a beautiful town. You can see the Misteri d’Elx on the 15th ofAugust considered world heritage
  15. 15. • Calpe is a town of Valencia (Spain) on the north coast of the province of Alicante, in the district of Marina Alta. It has 29,666 inhabitants. The best known of Calpe is the Ifach Rock Nature Park by the Generalitat Valenciana in 1987, measures 332 m high and has a mile long. There are • You can cross the rock numerous varieties of plants and through a passage. Its birds that make their nests. Another a nice excursion noteworthy place is constituted by the natural park of the salt, of which formerly was extracted salt from Roman times, we can observe different types of migratory birds.
  16. 16. • In the old town of Calpe, in the Moorish quarter you can see the Torreó de Peca, the walls and the ancient church.
  17. 17. • To Calpe come every summer hordes of tourists seeking beaches and coves with crystal clear waters where you can practice diving, surfing, etc. Im going this summer to Calpe.• By Dani (Happy summer)
  18. 18. Javeas beaches belong to the Costa Blanca, which is formed by small beaches, a blue and transparent sea that has attracted many foreigners who have second home there due to its climate all the year round. Later stand out some of these beaches and their characteristics: Beach: The Granadella Beach: Cala of the Barra. Length: 200 meters, rock composition / gravel, Length: 100 meters, composition of rocks, occupation:occupation: High place, bath: If, type: calm Down, I bathe: If, type: calm Waters. Small cove of rocksWaters. Small beach surrounded with pine, very isolated, located in the end of the End of the Vesseladapted for the practice of the scuba diving
  19. 19. Beach: the Ambolo Length: 150 meters, composition ofskittles / gravel, occupation: Way, bath: If,type: calm Waters. Beach nudist, of difficultaccess for land and to that one can accedefrom the sea. Beach the Arenal Length: 550 meters, composition of sand,occupation: High place, bath: calm Waters, type:Gilded. Beach with access to handicappedpersons •Beach Pope/Tango Length: 50 meters, composition of gravel, occupation: High place, bath: If, type: calm Waters. This small beach of this gravel nailed in the proximities of the Marine Reservation of the End of San Antonio cape.
  20. 20. Altea is a municipality of the Valencian Community, located inthe province of Alicante. It is on the coast of theMediterranean Sea, to the north of Benidorm and to the southof Calpe. It possesses 23.532 inhabitants.
  21. 21. Monuments and places of interest Street of the old town, with the church of Our Lady of Consueloto the bottom. There preserves a part of the municipal hamlet, withremains of a castle and the church of Our Lady of Consuelo. Beach,maritime walk and port are the principal attributes of this touristpopulation. In addition, Altea possesses the honour of being qualifiedby important personalities (as artists, politicians, singers, etc.) of beingone of the nicest localities of the Costa Blanca, and of Spain ingeneral. It possesses also an important sample of crafts.
  22. 22. • There are two classes of beach: rocks and sand.• ROCKS SAND
  23. 23. • Hot and annual 20G. Hot summers and soft winters. Sunny day
  24. 24. • In Dénia in summer are foreigners .they visit castles,beaches,Montgo and restaurants.
  25. 25. MY APARTAMENT.• In summer I go to dénia to my dénia I have many apartment this is the apartment of my friends.
  26. 26. I LOVE DÉNIA
  27. 27. FeaturesLength 1,800 mAverage width 60 mDegree Urbanization Urban beachit has a promenade wayspecific featuresIt is composed of thin golden sand,waters are calm
  28. 28. Its name comes from Felix Robillard 1848who was then the gardener of the BotanicalGardens. Blasco Ibañez ‘s cottageMalvarrosa formerly was a place to unload thefish.Little by little it became a resting place wherepopular people like Sorolla (artist) and BlascoIbañez (writer) used to go.
  29. 29. The Port of Valencia is the leading commercial portin the western Mediterranean in terms of volume ofcontainerized goods. During 2005, 40.86 million tonspassed through the ports of Valencia, Sagunto andGandia, a 8.99 percent more than in 2004 and during2008, 59.7 million tons passed through the ports ofValencia, Sagunto and Gandia, a 11.48 percent morethan in 2007 figures consolidate the leadership ofValencia port.
  30. 30. These are the flag and the shield of Castelló de la Plana By Sabrina
  31. 31. HistoryThe first known building in the area was the Moorish castle of Fadrell, near theAlqueries de La Plana. The town proper was officially founded in 1251, afterthe conquest of the Moorish Kingdom of Valencia by King James I of Aragon in 1233. James granted royal permission to move the town from the mountain to the plain onSeptember 8, 1251, and tradition claims that the move was completed by the thirdSunday of Lent, 1252. During the Middle Ages, the city was protected by moats, walls and towers, anda church was built, later becoming a cathedral. In the 17th century the town was one of the last strongholds in the Revolta de lesGermanies (local guilds). It also supported Archduke Charles of Austria in the War ofthe Spanish Succession(1701–14), but was later taken by the troops of PhilipdAnjou.In the 19th century, the city walls were torn down and it slowly began to expand, aprocess interrupted by the War of Independence against Napoleon(1804–14) andthe Carlist Wars (1833–63). In 1833 Castelló became the capital of the newlyconstituted province. In the second half of the 19th century, the city again began toexpand, marked by the arrival of the railway, the enlargement of the port and theconstruction of representative buildings (Provincial Hospital, Casino, Theater)and parks.In 1991 a university (Jaume I University) was established, set upon amodern campus. The local economy is based on industry, tourism and craft-work
  32. 32. Most of the historical buildings are located in thediminutive old town, around the Plaça Major (MainSquare). These include:  The Gothic Concatedral de Santa Maria (co- cathedral of Saint Mary), built in the 13th century and reconstructed one century later after destruction by fire. The present building is another reconstruction after the demolition ordered by the council during the Spanish civil war (1936).The Ajuntament (City Hall), erected at the beginning of the 18th century. It features a pretty Tuscan-style façade rising up over a colonnade.  The standing alone bell-tower of the procathedral, known as El Fadrí (the single man), built in the 15th century.
  33. 33.  The Llotja del Cànem (Hemp Exchange Market), built during the first half of the 17th century to be used by traders in hempen cloth and ropes, a very important activity in the area at the time. Today the building is used by the University for cultural events and temporary exhibitions. On the northeast edge of the town, at the end of a broad avenue decorated with orange trees, stands the Basílica of Santa Maria del Lledó (EuropeanHackberry or Celtis australis), a basilica devoted to an image of the Virgin Mary found in 1366 by a farmer when he was ploughing his lands. The original 14th-century chapel was extended to its present Baroque form during the 16th century. The complex is surrounded by a landscaped garden. Bishops Palace (18th century)
  34. 34. Morella is an ancient walled city located on a hill-top inthe province of Castellón, Valencian Community, Spain.The town is the capital and administrative centre of thecounty of Els Ports, in the historic Maestrat region.There are traces of settlement by the Iberians, succeededby the Greeks and Romans, Visigoths and the Moors.From the early 17th century to the Spanish Civil War, thetown was often fought over, due to its strategic situationbetween the Ebro and the coastal plain of Valencia.Morella is part of the Taula del Sénia free association ofmunicipalities. Morella is now a tourist destination, with many historic buildings, hotels and restaurants. Wool and woolen goods are important in the local economy with craft products and highly valued black truffles which are traded at seasonal markets during the winter
  35. 35. Dance of the llauradors Dance of the teixidorsOne of the typical and ancientsweets in Morella are the Flaons,filled with the local cheese andgrounded almonds .The Cecina is also very popular.