Chalets of new construction in a privileged area that includes air conditioning, garden, terrace, barbecue, garage, swimming pool.
Ciudad Quesada is an urbanization of the municipality of Rojales (province of Alicante, Spain). It has 13,776 inhabitants (INE 2014) .1
Located in the southern part of the municipality of Rojales, it is 6 km from the Mediterranean Sea. Most of the population is foreign, mainly English. Currently some 30,000 homes form Ciudad Quesada.
Leisure in Ciudad Quesada
In Ciudad Quesada there are many leisure options and nearby places to visit. The nearest beaches are the beaches of Torrevieja, La Mata and Guardamar del Segura.
In the coming months, the construction of a new shopping center in the center of Ciudad Quesada is planned, which will greatly increase the leisure options. Bars, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Rojales is a municipality of the Valencian Community, Spain. Located in the province of Alicante, in the region of Vega Baja del Segura, on the banks of the Segura River, which crosses the traditional core along two kilometers on its last route before emptying into the Mediterranean, a fact that justifies the existence of a beautiful bridge of ashlar masonry built in the time of King Carlos III, in the s. XVIII, magnificently preserved and fully in use. At the moment it is a municipality with strong increase of activities of the service sector, but that conserves all its huertano charm. It has an important cultural activity around its many museums (Archaeological, Museum of the Garden, Holy Week and EcoMuseum ...), and theater, home of the National Contest of Nanas and Villancicos, one of the longest and most important in the country . At the same time, a great rehabilitation work has been developed in the Barrio de las Cuevas, which is currently a habitat for craftsmanship. The existence of several high quality residential veterans has given rise to important population groups in other European countries, most of them English and German. Rojales has the La Marquesa golf course, one of the oldest in the province.
It has 20,510 inhabitants (INE 2009), most of whom reside in Ciudad Quesada (11,513 inhabitants1). Rojales is the second Spanish municipality with the highest percentage of foreigners, which constitute 71.75% of the registered population. As a result of this, English is the most spoken language in the municipality.
Rojales has a great variety of local products from its garden. Oranges, lemons, artichokes, peppers and ñoras are present in many of the typical dishes of this town. The typical official meals are boiled with balls and rice with rabbit and snails, but it is also common to find clarico vegetable rice, potato omelettes, zucchini, artichoke and tender beans, etc. Of sweet: almojábanas, toñas, almendrados, flan of orange, toñas of repulgo, coca of Sant Pedro, sweet of grape, red fritters of pumpkin, crumbs with chocolate, monkeys, etc ..., make the delights of locals and visitors