Algorfa is a typical farming village devoted to growing citrus fruits – oranges and lemons – and lies on the rich agriculture land on the Segura River plain. The village is located on the right-hand side of the plain.

Curiously the municipal district divides the old town centre in two, as the left side of the road is part of Almoradí and the right side Algorfa. On the road to Benejuzar there is a graceful and unusual church constructed at the beginning of the last century in the very popular Neo-Gothic style of the period.

The church can be visited whilst visiting the beautiful green countryside in the fertile valley of the Segura River. Algorfa can be found south of Alicante on the A-37 coast road.

Algorfa lies on the banks of the Segura surrounded by fertile land used for citrus farming. A neo-gothic church sits on the outskirts of the town whose 1000 or so population is swelled by the La Finca golf complex nearby.

Within easy driving of both Alicante and Murcia airports and the beaches of theTorrevieja area, Algorfa offers sun, sand, golf and access to the historic interior al within easy reach.