Location of Carche in the Region of Murcia.

Carche (Valencian: El Carxe [el ˈkaɾtʃe]) is a mountainous, sparsely populated area in the Region of Murcia, Spain, lying between the municipalities of Jumilla and Yecla. The mountains reach an altitude of 1,371 metres at the Pico de la Madama and part of the region has the status of regional park.[1] Three villages border the park: Raspay, La Alberquilla and Carche, with a total of 182 inhabitants (2005).

Other meanings

The name also refers to an extended zone within the Murcian municipalities Yecla, Jumilla and Abanilla with towns in which part of the population speaks Valencian.[2] It covers an area of about 300 square kilometres and has 533 registered citizens (2005).

It is also the name of a hamlet, the largest town in the region in terms of surface area, but the smallest in population.

Other Languages
arpetan: Lo Carjo
català: El Carxe
Cebuano: Carche
español: El Carche
Esperanto: El Carche
euskara: El Carxe
français: El Carche
galego: El Carche
italiano: El Carche
Nederlands: El Carche
norsk: El Carxe
occitan: Carxe
polski: Carche
português: El Carche
русский: Эль-Карче
svenska: El Carche
українська: Ал-Карша