LAND FOR SALE IN VALENCIAN COMMUNITY
The Useful Agricultural Area (UAA) of the Valencian Community is 589 thousand hectares, distributed in 68% of woody crops, 17% of arable land and 15% of permanent pastures. Its flat orchards and low fertile plains are the ideal area for the cultivation of citrus fruits (orange and mandarin) and rice. In its highlands and inland terraces there are terraces of olive and almond trees, as well as grape crops. This community has a preference for intensive livestock farming. Pigs account for more than half (58%) of all farms, followed by poultry (31%). The Valencian Community has nearly 1.9 million hectares of hunting land, with mountain goats, mouflon, wild boar, deer, fallow deer, foxes, partridges, quails, pigeons and hares.
The Valencian Community is located in the east of the Iberian Peninsula and has three provinces: Valencia, Alicante and Castellón. The north of the territory is characterized by the mountains of the Iberian System, while the south by the mountain ranges of the Betic System. And, in the heart of the community, the plateaus and central plains. Some of the rivers that flow through the region are the Segura, the Mijares and the Turia, which also originate in other parts of Spain.
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What are the hunting reserves in the Valencian Community?
There are two areas declared as hunting reserves in the Valencian Community: the National Reserve of Puertos de Beceite (shared with Tarragona and Teruel) and the Valencian Hunting Reserve of Muela de Cortes (Valencia).
What is the average price of rustic land in the Valencian Community?
The average price of rural land in the Valencian Community is, according to 2020 data, 19,249 euros per hectare.
How many hunting areas are there in the Valencian Community?
There are a total of 999 hunting areas in the Valencian Community.