Location with Valencia

Coordinates: 38°44′58″N 0°02′30″E / 38.74944°N 0.04167°E / 38.74944; 0.04167Coordinates: 38°44′58″N 0°02′30″E / 38.74944°N 0.04167°E / 38.74944; 0.04167
Country Spain
Community Valencia
Province Alicante
Comarca Marina Alta
  Mayor José Vicente
Marco Mestre (PP)
  Total 14.4 km2 (5.6 sq mi)
Elevation 230 m (750 ft)
Population (2006)
  Total 1,418
  Density 98.5/km2 (255/sq mi)
  Language Valencian
Demonym(s) Alcanaliner, -a (Catalan)
Distance to Alicante: 78 km (48 mi) northeast

Alcalalí (Valencian: [aɫkalaˈli], Spanish: [alkalaˈli]) is a Valencian municipality in the comarca of Marina Alta, province of Alicante, Spain.

It is situated in the Pop Valley (Vall de Pop)[1] between the Serra del Ferrer and the mounts of Segili. It is bordered by Pedreguer and Benidoleig to the north, Jalón and Llíber to the east; Orba, Murla, Benigembla and Parcent to the west and Tàrbena to the south.


  1. It has become common to refer to the Pop Valley as the Jalón Valley (officially Xaló) in English as it is the largest town in the valley.

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