It is located in an area of high landscape and ecological value on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and next to the La Mata and Torrevieja lagoons.
With 83,337 inhabitants (data from January 2019) it is the fifth city in number of inhabitants in the Valencian Community and the third in the province of Alicante.
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Located south of the province of Alicante
Within the low valley of the insurance
Torrevieja occupies an area of 71 square kilometers, in which streets, beaches and lagoons are located. It has 20 km of coastline, highlighting the beaches of La Mata, Los Locos, El Cura, El Acequión or Los Náufragos.
It enjoys a semi-arid Mediterranean climate, with rainfall of around 260 liters per square meter per year and an average temperature of 18ºC, which makes Torrevieja one of the best cities to live in all year round.