Welcome to Denia
A major passenger port for the fairly nearby Balearic Islands, Denia is a cheery place that lives for more than just tourism. The old town snuggles up against a small hill mounted by a tumbledown castle and the town's streets buzz with life. The beaches of La Marina, to its northwest, are good and sandy, while southeastwards the fretted coastline of Les Rotes and beyond offers less-frequented rocky coves. With its excellent selection of hotels and restaurants, and mix of local and tourist life, Denia is perhaps the Costa Blanca's most appealing base.
Recreation and Leisure
For those who seek more than just a lazy beach holiday, Denia and the surrounding area offers countless options such as sailing, windsurfing, diving, fishing and kayaking.
And for those who prefer land to sea there are countless hiking and cycling trails all around the area. Perhaps a game of golf, or tennis? Or for the true thrill seeker there is even the option to go hang gliding!
Dénia "Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO"
In 2015 Denia was designated ‘Creative city of gastronomy’ by UNESCO. Spread between the historic old town, the picturesque port, and the rocky coastline of Les Rotes the many restaurants focus on local seafood and produce to best showcase the Mediterranean diet. By blending tradition with quality and focusing on local produce restauranteurs ensure a sustainable development of the region. Denia offers everything between a 3 star Michelin dinner and a budget lunch prepared in a local ‘Tasca’, so there are countless options for foodies of all budgets.
Bars & Nightlife
In recent years, Denia has been catching up with nearby cities of Benidorm, Alicante, and Valencia regarding the club scene. Of course, the sweltering Spanish summer nights would already go into the early morning but with the addition of two night clubs (Condado and Sounders), one in the town centre and one in the port, they can go on for a little longer.
Valencia - City of Calatrava
Combine city life with beach life! Just an hour away from Denia, Valencia is rapidly becoming one of Spain’s most popular tourist cities. Visit the old central market and gawk at the ancient central train station with a bag of fresh fruit and local delicacies. Or, walk through the riverbed converted into a giant walkway towards the coast and marvel at Calatrava’s hyper modern and unique architecture on your way in the Arts and science area, we also offer luxury accommodation in this highly sought after area!
Welcome to Denia
A major passenger port to the nearby Balearic Islands, Denia is a bright and family friendly coastal town that lives for more than just tourism. Despite remaining relatively undiscovered by the masses, Denia boasts some of the best and most diverse range of bars & restaurants on the whole of the Costa Blanca, earning itself the Unesco distinction: ‘City of Gastronomy’, catering to people of all age groups and budgets. The vibrant old town snuggles up against a small hill mounted by a tumbledown 17th century castle overlooking the marina, with bars, restaurants & nightclubs staring back at it, enjoying spectacular views of the old roman structure. Soft sandy beaches stretch north as far as the eye can see. The fretted southerly coastline of Les Rotes and beyond offer less-frequented rocky coves, steep cliffs, and caves that can be reached either by foot or by water. Situated between the two major cities of Alicante and Valencia, Denia provides the Costa Blanca’s most appealing base from which to explore the many sights and activities the region has to offer.
Denia is a delightful cosmopolitan town located along the Mediterranean coastline, where the sun shines almost all year. Its climate of mild temperatures and its 20kms of sandy beaches and rocky coves makes Denia an ideal place for family beach holidays. Situated about an hour for both Alicante and Valencia airport you have an ample choice of flights.