Let us tell you about the wonderful place we call home in Denia, Costa Blanca. You are so close to several other resorts in this area and we guarantee that you will never be bored. There is so much to see and do and so much beautiful countryside to explore that you will want to come back to this area just to visit the areas and places that you did not get time to see. Also did you know Javea and Denia hold the most fiestas throughout Spain? Click here for this years fiesta calendar!
Denia boasts approx twenty kilometres of coastline. To the north of the town, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters such as Les Marines, L’Almadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovetes and els Palmars. To the south lies a series of small coves along the rocky coast, known as Les Rotes, a paradise for fishermen and divers. The Montgó Mountain, shared by Denia and Javea, is the major landmark of the area.
FIESTAS – click here for more info on local fiestas
Around Denia Town
The town itself sits at the foot of a hill crowned by a castle, a fortress containing the remains of all the people that once stopped here throughout history. The castle is the residence of the erstwhile Marquis of Denia, also noteworthy are the Mig, Galliner and Carsell towers, and the so-called Palace of the Governor, as well as its walls and bastions. From the hilltop esplanade you’ll have an excellent view of Denia and its environs. Among the monuments in the town, we would recommend a visit to the 18th-century church of the Asunción; the 17th-century Atarazanas (dockyards); the cloister and church of San Antonio and the 18th -century, neoclassical town hall building. Outside the town we can suggest the so-called hermitages of the conquest- Saint Joan (gothic), Santa Paula and Santa Lucía (gothic), constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries, and also the Torre del Gerro (17th C.) located on the cliff next to the cape of San Antonio.
The fishing port of Denia has everything to offer; not only does it have a long beautiful sandy beach, sea front cafes, bars and restaurants, but it has many boutiques that can be found in the town along with even more excellent restaurants. In the evenings you can walk along the sea front and actually purchase the days freshly caught fish.
The newly built Marina with its bars, beautiful yachts and power boats, is well worth a visit. You can sit in one of the bars for hours just admiring these magnificent boats bobbing around on the Med or alternatively you can take a stroll along the walkways and enjoy the beautiful views and the sound of the sea.
If it is golf you are looking for, then the area itself has superb golf courses to choose from, the nearest being only 10 minutes away.Denia, is a beautiful town along the Costa Blanca. It is rich in history, culture and nature.