Santa Barbara Destination Guide
Explore Santa Barbara in Spain.
Santa Barbara in the region of Andalusia is a place in Spain - some 232 mi (or 373 km) South-East of Madrid, the country's capital city.
Current time in Santa Barbara is now 11:47 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Madrid" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Yecla, Vera, Murcia, Lubrin, El Rio or Los Carasoles. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Zurgena, Santa Barbara, Los Ruedos, Los Menas, Los Llanos and Fuente del Pino. We saw some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast
Zurgen Arboleas & Hurcal Overa
Towns of the Almanzora Valley, Almeria, Spain
SPAIN HOLIDAY WITH GIANT OCTOPUS pieuvre
Www.spanishpropertychoice.com Zurgena is another popular small rural town in the Almanzora Valley in Almeria
Embalse Cuevas del Almanzora 11th April ...
Cuevas del Almanzora reservoir 11th April 2010 This winter there has been plenty of rain, but the level of the reservoir remains very low
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Upcomming Local Events
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GetPro JP Power Bootcamp Junio 2019
Beginning: 10:00 am (10:00).
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Interesting facts about this location
1966 Palomares B-52 crash
The 1966 Palomares B-52 crash or Palomares incident occurred on 17 January 1966, when a B-52G bomber of the USAF Strategic Air Command collided with a KC-135 tanker during mid-air refuelling at 31,000 feet over the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Spain. The KC-135 was completely destroyed when its fuel load ignited, killing all four crew members. The B-52G broke apart, killing three of the seven crew members aboard.
Located at 37.35, -1.97 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
The Almanzora River or River Almanzora is a river in the province of Almería, Andalusia, Spain. It is roughly 90 kilometres in length. For millennia, it has provided a route between the Mediterranean Sea and the interior of Andalusia. The Ancient Romans called it the Surbo, from Latin flumen superbum, "superb river", for its terrible floods. Its present name derives from the Arabic al-Mansura (المنصورة), "place of victory".
Located at 37.35, -1.97 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
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