The name of the village Alcalalí is, as is customary in the Vall de Pop, Arabic origin. Its planted with almond and orange trees terraces, confirm the many well-preserved “Riu-Raus” and its history, the Alcalalí from an Arab Dairy emerged that had to suffer in 1609 by the expulsion of the Moors under a great depopulation. Currently one set among Jalón and Parcent village just over 840 inhabitants.
Main source of income of the predominantly Spanish residents is the grape and oranges grown on the fertile, irrigated by the river Girona farmland. The community area opens up to about the settlement Llosa de Camacho, the small Sierra Seguili and the mountain pass Coll de Rates, one of the inputs in the region Marina Alta from the Marina Baixa.