1 Jul 2017
Stretched sail work in the town of Benissa consisting of a four-pronged sail that is supported by three posts and an anchor plate in the corner of the house. Provides this tensioned sail with a sun protection of up to 98% against UV rays providing a pleasant and protective environment. The high density polyester fabric provides both quality and durability to the tensioned sail system.
Velas Alicante has a wide range of colors and technical fabrics to suit the design and sun protection needs of each client. Each situation is studied in detail and calculated to provide our customers with a product of quality and distinction.
Benisa (in Valencian and officially Benissa) is a municipality and city of the Valencian Community, Spain. Located in the northeast of the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Its municipal term, of 69.7 km ², presents 4 km of coast. It has 11 000 inhabitants (INE 2016). The origin of the name Benisa is Arabic: بني عسى Beni Isa or "sons of Isa", a tribe name, like that of many other Spanish Levant populations. Also today, most of the rural areas of the term retain their Arabic name: La Alfama, la Rápita, el Rafalet. This confirms the historical thesis that points to the existence of an important nucleus of the Arab population when the hosts of Jaime I de Aragon arrived in 1248 at Benisa, annexing the place to the Kingdom of Valencia. It was part, together with Altea, Calpe and Teulada, of a señorío, one of whose gentlemen was Roger de Lauria