Torrevieja is a coastal town in the south of Alicante province. It is situated within the district of Vega Baja, it has a population of about 100.000 inhabitants and is contained within town boundaries which are adjacent to Guardamar del Segura to the north, Rojales and Benijófar to the west, Montesinos and San Miguel de Salinas to the southwest and the Orihuela beaches to the south.
Torrevieja is 41 kms away from Alicante to the north, 23 kms from Elche to the northwest, and 53 kms from Murcia in the southeast. Torrevieja has a protected Natural Park with two salt lakes, and 20 kms of coastline containing six large beaches (La Mata, Cabo Cervera, Los Locos, El Cura, Los Náufragos and Ferris) and about 20 coves with an abundance of cliffs.
The climate is temperate continental, with temperate winters and mild summers with temperatures which range between 18 and 25 degrees for most of the year.