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Orba, Alicante

Orba
Orba is located in Spain
Orba
Orba
Location within Spain
Coordinates:
Country Spain
Province Alicante
Comarca Marina Alta
Government
 • Mayor Francisco Villar Agud (PP; 2007)
Area
 • Total 17.73 km2 (6.85 sq mi)
Elevation 154 m (505 ft)
Population (2006)
 • Total 2,566
 • Density 144.73/km2 (374.8/sq mi)
 • Language Valencian
Demonym Alcanaliner, -a (Catalan)
Distance to Alicante: 78 km (48 mi) northeast
Website .es.orbawww

Orba (Valencian: ; Spanish: ) is a small town and municipality in the comarca of Marina Alta in the Valencian Community, Spain.

It is situated in the River Gerona valley[1] and is bordered by Pego to the north; Benidoleig and Ondara to the north-east; Jalón and Pedreguer to the east and Parcent and Alcalali to the south.

The town has many commercial premises including mini-supermarkets, restaurants and cafe-bars, hair stylist salons and a barbers shop. The town is also well served with four banks, two builders merchants and two estate agents. In addition to the indigenous population, the town and surrounding area is now home to expatriates from throughout the European Union, many of whom are permanent residents and are gainfully employed within the local community.

References

  1. ^ Referred to by many as the Orba Valley

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  • Orba Information


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