Benejuzar

Guide to Benejuzar, a small town on the Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain.

Benejuzar - Costa Blanca - Spain

Located in the Alicante province of the Communidad de Valencia, Benejuzar is one of the many villages of the Vega Baja (Low Fertile Valley) region.

Having a population of around 5,000 (2005) and an area of 9.2km2, Benejuzar relies mostly on agriculture for its economic survival.

The history of Benejuzar goes back to the Moorish occupation of the region as does the history of many of its neighbouring towns and villages.

The Moors occupied the area from the 8th to the 13th Centuries before being defeated by the Christian king Jaime I of Aragon.

Worth visiting in Benejuzar is the Catholic Church of the Virgen del Rosario built during the 17th Century.

Benejuzar is located on the CV-920 between Algorfa and Jacarilla.

Nearby towns and villages include Orihuela, Hurchillo, Beniel, Cox and Bigastro.

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Nearby Places: Cox - Rafal - Benferri - Catral - San Bartolome - Dolores - Callosa de Segura - Crevillente - Hurchillo - Bigastro - Beniel

Golf Courses: Villamartin - Lo Romera - Las Ramblas - Campoamor Golf - La Finca - La Marquesa - Spain Golf Courses

Related: Torrevieja - Alicante - Valencia - Murcia - Orihuela Costa - Ciudad Quesada - Alicante Airport Transfers

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