Sagra, Valencia

Sagra is a municipality of Valencia, Spain. Located in the northeast of the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. It has 457 inhabitants (INE 2007). Municipality of Marina Alta, at the foot of the pre-diabetic reliefs Valencia ends reaching the maximum altitude of Mount Cabal (596 m) and Recingles, that link to the Sierra del Migdia which separates the town of Pego, the northern sector appears abrupt port of Sagra (Pego path), which includes the rough area of ​​the Red Foia. Sagra is at a crossroads in the Pego-Callosa road as is the entrance to the peoples of the Rectory and Ondara. It borders the towns of Pego, Ráfol of Almunia and Tormos.

Arab property that belonged to Juan Perez de Cullera, during the first half of the thirteenth century was bought by exempting Perez de Tarazona, and confirmed by the King in 1249.
In 1286 belonged to Pedro Jimenez Ayerbe, and in 1299 he obtained, by gift Raimundo Vilanova.

In the fifteenth century it was acquired by the Order of Santiago, who built a palace and established the encomienda of Sagra.
It was rather Moriscos (50 fires in 1609), after the expulsion of the Moors was repopulated with people of Catalonia and Mallorca, as the final settlement charter issued March 5, 1613 (previously, there were two failed attempts on 7 February 1610 and the February 7, 1611).
During the foral belonged administratively to governación Xativa, from 1707-1833 remained gubernatorial built-corregimento Denia.

Fiestas de San Antonio Abad. Held during the weekend following the Jan. 17, in a different street each year, with fire, verbena, popular food and blessing of the animals.
Moors and Christians. It held the first weekend in August with popular dinners, rock concert, festivals and parades parade.
Festivities. It is celebrated in honor of St. Sebastian, the Immaculate and Holy Christ of Consolation in the second week of August, highlight popular dinners, correfocs, festivals, processions and paella contest.
Fiestas de San Dominguito of Val. Held during the last weekend of August, in honor of the patron saint of children of Sagra, with proclamation, shopping murta, Mass., offering, popular food and entertainment for children.


UK TV in Sagra – how to receive UK TV in Sagra

Freesat TV in Sagra

The Sat and PC Guy installs and maintains Digital Satellite Television Systems, for reception of UK TV in Sagra.

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 Sagra. 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.