Ador, Valencia

 

Ador, Valencia

Ador is a town in the Safor area in the Comunidad Valenciana, Spain. In 2006 the population was 1,398, with the population growing to 1,513 in 2008.

The surrounding area is covered with orange groves, with a backdrop of the Safor mountains. The region enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, with refreshing sea breezes taking the edge off the hot Spanish summers. The town has various amenities such as a post office, bars, butchers, doctors, a chemist,and a community swimming pool that is open all year round,

Ador can be found approximately 5km from the town of Gandia, within minutes of the long sandy beaches of Gandia. It can be reached from the Valencia and Alicante airports by the AP7 / E15 toll motorway, or via the N332 national road.

Ador made news headlines in 2015, when mayor Joan Faus Vitoria formally designated the hours between 2pm and 5pm as a time for locals to take their afternoon siestas. Residents and workmen are asked to keep quiet during the siesta hours and the mayor recommended children be kept inside to prevent noise from traveling into open windows. Vitoria said there will be no penalties for violations, and the edict should be treated as “merely a suggestion” rather than an “obligation.”

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UK TV in Ador – how to receive UK TV, Freesat TV and Sky TV in Ador

Sky TV in AdorFreesat TV in Ador

The Sat and PC Guy installs and maintains Digital Satellite Television Systems, for reception of UK TV, Freesat TV, Sky TV and IPTV in Ador.

Reception of satellite TV channels from the BBC an ITV can be achieved using a minimum of a 110x120cm satellite dish or the recommended 125x135cm satellite dish.

We install Digital Terrestrial Television, TDT, Spain Freeview for Spanish TV reception in Ador. Depending on your location to the TDT transmitters, you can receive around 30 digital television channels, with the option change the language on many programmes into English.

 

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