Infobox City Spain
community_link=Valencia (autonomous community)
comarca=Hoya de Buñol
comarca_link=Hoya de Buñol
time_zone=CET (GMT +1)
time_zone_summer=CEST (GMT +2)
Valencian: "Bunyol") is a town and municipalityin the province of Valencia, Spain. The municipality has an area of some 112 km², and is situated approximately 38 km west of the provincial and autonomous community capital city, Valencia. It lies along the Buñol Riverand is surrounded by the mountain ranges "La Sierra de Las Cabrillas", "la Sierra de Dos Aguas" and "la Sierra de Malacara y Martés".
The municipal local economic base is a mixture of the industrial and the agricultural (
carobtrees, almondtrees, fruit trees, olivetrees and grapes.)
Archaeological evidence indicates civilization in Buñol going back 50,000 yearsFact|date=February 2007. Buñol's population is about 9,000 people [http://www.ine.es/htdocs/pob98in/i98muni46.htm] but is visited by over 30,000 for La
Tomatina: a tomato throwing event in the Plaza del Pueblo. On the last Wednesday of every August, thousands of people gather in the Plaza and throw metric tons of ripe tomatoes at each other.
regional railpassenger service to Valencia via the RENFEsystem.
On August 29, 2007, 40,000 Spaniards gathered in the town to throw 115,000 kilograms of
tomatoesat each other in the yearly Tomatina festival. Bare-chested tourists also included hundreds of British, French, and Germans. [ [http://itn.co.uk/news/9a5a1671ceba4f43741dc008f237c1ea.html ITN.co.uk, Spain's tomato fighters see red] ]
* [http://www.renfe.es Renfe] 's website.
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