Orihuela-Costa extends over a length of 16 km and borders the port city of Torrevieja to the north and the autonomous region of Murcia to the south. In Orihuela-Costa there are 57 urbanizations, 4 golf courses and 2 marinas. Orihuela-Costa is internationally known for its playas with white sandy beaches and clear water, creeks (calas), which alternate with high steep cliffs (acantilados). Several beaches in Orihuela-Costa have been awarded the Blue Flag.

   Torrevieja (Spanish: [toreˈβjexa] is a seaside city and municipality located on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante, in the southern part of the Valencian Community, on the southeastern Mediterranean coast of Spain.

Torrevieja lies about 50 kilometres south of the city of Alicante and had a population of 90,097 at the 2011 Census; the latest official estimate (for 2019) is 83,337.[2] Torrevieja was originally a salt-mining and fishing village as it is located between the sea and two large salt pink lakes, known as Las Salinas de Torrevieja.