The town of Alicante that is looking for families with children and offers a rental for €150
With settlements since the Neolithic, this town has been of great importance in Alicante’s history. From the Romans to the Muslims passed through there, who were expelled in 1609. However, today andIt is the second most uninhabited municipality in the Marina Alta. According to latest data published in the INE in January 2021, It has only 204 inhabitantsthat is 14 neighbors less than in 2020.
The situation of depopulation throughout Spain is increasingly accused. Many municipalities, for the lack of services, opportunities and housing in good state, have lost large amounts of population in recent years. Although during the pandemic some families chose to escape the cities, the end of the restrictions have caused many to return to their places of origin.
The municipality of La Vall d’Ebo, in Alicante, about 50 minutes from Dènia, is looking for families with small children to try to reopen the municipal school, which has been closed for a few years due to lack of minors. In an interview in the local newspaper to pointthe mayoress of the town, Leonor Jiménez, assured that they would love to receive parents with up to two children who could move to the municipality.
Rental of just 150 euros and fiber optic
Although there are some children residing in the localitythey must travel to the nearest town, Pego, 25 minutes away, to be able to go to school. “With four more children we could open the school again”said the mayor.
The town hall of the town will offer a series of advantages to the new residents. First of all, they will be given what was the teachers’ home with a very low rent of just 150 euros. Likewise, a fiber optic service will be offered so that parents can telework without problems.
The locality is a important tourist enclave due to its great richness in fauna, flora and speleology, with different caves and ravines located in the surroundings. They will also host other entrepreneurs who wish to open their businesses there. From the town hall of La Vall D’Ebo they are working on a project that recovers the agriculture related jobs that in other times were essential for the municipality.
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