Abla ( Spanish: Abla ) - a settlement and municipality in Spain , part of the province of Almeria , as part of the autonomous community of Andalusia . The municipality is part of the Los Filabres Tabernas district (mosquito). It covers an area of 45 km². The population of 1294 people (for 2016 ). The distance is 65 km to the provincial capital. Part of the territory is protected as part of the Sierra Nevada Natural Park and is one of the doors to Alpujarra . In addition to the main agglomeration, there are 2 more, one of which is Las Adelfas.
|Area||Los Filabres Tabernas|
|The mayor||Jose Manuel Ortiz Bono|
|History and Geography|
|Based||III millennium BC e.|
|First mention||2nd century|
|Former names||Abvla, Alba|
|Timezone||UTC + 1 , in summer UTC + 2|
|Population||1294 people ( 2016 )|
|Density||33.4 people / km²|
1.78% other nationalities
|Telephone code||+34 950 35 1|
In the first centuries of Christianity, Abla was the center of the eponymous Catholic eparchy of the same name , founded by Saint Secundius, who at that time preached in the south of modern Spain.