Rojales Spain is in the region of Costa Blanca in southeastern Spain. There is a population of about 30,000 during the summer months due to the influx of tourists is reduced to approximately 6,000 during the winter. Although the entire region is now tourism, Rojales Spain was once a thriving agricultural town, in fact the whole region was once agriculture.
Segura River running through the center of the city is of great importance to the city both past and present. The irrigation system that feeds the fields around the river was built by the Arabs sometime after the eighth century. There is still plenty of evidence that the river Segura was indeed one of the best areas of Spain Rojales. This can be seen with the now protected waterwheel, Carlos III bridge, with three arches, and the Weir … sixteenth century stone dam was built to raise the water level so that the fields could be irrigated.
Today Rojales Spain offers peace and tranquility. It is unusual for a town in this place so quiet and nice. Although friendship runs throughout the region, tourism has tended to encourage things around. There are many features that surround the city that are a must for tourists. These include the cave houses are built in the hills of sandstone in Rojales back to ancient city of Cuidad Quesada. There is also the Shell House, which was built by a local artist, and is a testament to human perseverance. Rojales Spain is only a short distance from the city of Alicante and Murcia City Hall.