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[+34] 968680001
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[+34] 659918896
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Abanilla is a municipality in the comarca Oriental, situated in the Region of Murcia, Spain.

It is known as the Palestinian Murcia. Growing palm trees thanks to the low humidity of the soils, which are  forming a small oasis.
Its name derives from the Arabic al-Bayada, meaning "white city". In the thirteenth century it was known as Favanella, in Valencian, or Havanilla in castellano.

Agriculture is currently languishing for lack of irrigation water. The area cultivates almond, olive, vine. In the garden, the apricot, peach, lemon, and peretal.
Abanilla has two wind farms:

     P. E. Sierra Quibo of CEASA.9
     P. E. Gamesa Quibas.

Places of Interest: 
  • Iglesia de San José (S. XVIII)
  • Corazón de Jesús de la ciudad de Abanilla (S. XX)
  • Monumento a la Santísima Cruz de Abanilla 
  • Ruinas de la población amurallada, con la parroquia de San Benito 
  • Castillo que Jaime I de Aragón  
  • Casa de la Encomienda, 
  • Casa Cabrera.
  • Casa Pintada.
  • Casa Consitorial, construida en 1751.
  • Monumento a las Fiestas de Moros y Cristianos.