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Murcia San Javier
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The municipality of Blanca is located in the area known as the Vega Alta del Segura; it borders Abarán in the North, Ulea and Ojós in the South, Molina de Segura and Fortuna in the East and Ricote in the West. It extends over 87.7 square kilometres and occupies 0.77 of the surface are of the Region of Murcia. Its average height above sea level is 233m and its population density is around 68 inhabitants per square kilometre.
The ground is very uneven. There is a small valley that borders the Ricote mountains, the Sierra del Oro and Ricote at midday which forms a narrow pass with vertical walls: "El Solvente", where the river reaches the area of Ojós. The Northern border is found in the Sierra de Solán (556m), with a number of watercourses and ditches. To the North of this valley you can find an undulating plateau of ground which doesn't get higher than 300m, bordered in the North by the Sierra de la Pila ( El Pilón, 1264m) which extends over the municipalities of Abarán, Jumilla, Fortuna and Molina de Segura.
The main riverbed is the Segura river, on the right hand side of which can be found the Tejera, del Puente, del Zapatero and del Pantano watercourses which originate in the Sierra de Ricote; on the left hand side, there is the San Roque watercourse.
The climate is semi-arid and the ground is mainly loamy soil with alternating dark limestone.
The inhabitants live between Blanca village and its districts: Alto del Palomo, Buyla, Huerta de Arriba, Tollos, Runes, Bayna and La Estación.
It is of Arabic origins. It appears for the first time in history in 1281, under the primitive name of Negra, when prince Sancho promises to donate it to the Order of Santiago as thanks for the help received in the differences he maintained with his father Alfonso X.
In 1383 the name of Blanca appears in a document by Martin Alfonso de Valdivieso, brought from the Kingdom of Murcia by the Count of Carrión to the council of Murcia, dated October 18, in which the liberty of a moor from Blanca is solicited from his appointment in the Ricote Valley, having been taken at the behest of a Jew from Elche.
The Patron Saint's fiestas to honour San Roque take place on August 16, although on the Friday following Good Friday there is also a small pilgrimage to the Saint's nearby hermitage.
The Patron Saint is Nuestra Señora la Virgen de Dolores (September 15) but it is not a local bank holiday: the Friday before Easter is more important.
Ángel Ríos Martínez Official Town Chronicler
Local amenities include, hotels, bars, restaurants, theatres, public indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gymnasiums, sports halls, shops, indoor and outdoor markets, schools, medical centers and a large modern hospital.
Additionally, world class golf, horse riding, walking, tennis, aerobic & keep fit, fishing, canoeing, rafting, quads, go-carting, cycling, mountain climbing, shooting, mountain biking, two Roman Spa Balneario´s, wine tasting, live concerts & entertainment, fiesta´s & fun are just a few of the wonderful pass times that we have on offer here, going on all around us, 365 days a year.
There are indoor and outdoor markets here every day where you can browse and buy everything from fresh meat, fish & shellfish, locally grown vegetables & fruit, cakes & bakery, cheeses, wines, herbs & spices, shoes, fashion, furniture and in fact everything under the sun, and also colorful artisan markets on the last Sunday of each month.
We are only 55 minutes to Alicante airport, 45 minutes to Murcia airport and only 25 minutes to the new airport at Corvera (Murcia city).
Just 55 minutes to the beautiful coastal beaches of the Costa Calida, La Manga and the Mar Menor, and only 20 minutes to the magical historic cosmopolitan capital city of Murcia.