The Dynamic Port City of the North
Located at around 100 km from Alicante and the city of Valencia, the important port city of Denia holds more than 20 km of coastline of sandy beaches and small coves of immense beauty. Its all-year-round mild climate and crystal-clear waters form a unique marine reserve around the Mediterranean coast. Its proximity to the Balearic Islands and the environmental richness of the natural park Montgó, have made Denia a tourist reference and the perfect place for all ages and tastes. A modern city in which leisure occupies an outstanding position.
Exploring the City
Denia is a delightful town with more festivals than any other in Spain. Promised that here you won’t go hungry for entertainment, with The International Music and several Jazz festivals on the agenda. And talking about hungry, the famous red prawn of Dénia, or the exceptional fusion of seafood paella and stew are clear example of the rich variety and deliciousness of the cuisine, ready to serve the curious palate. When the sun sets it's time for some party in the Old Town or chill out lounges in the marina, sipping on a cocktail or two. No matter what your choice is, in Denia you’ll find a place to suit your soul!
No matter what your favorite outdoor sport or activity is, in Denia you will find no shortage of what you can do. Choose your 9, 18 or 27-hole golf course, go diving in the Marine Reserve Cape of San Antonio. If you prefer to stay on land. the Blue Flag beaches Marineta Casiana, Las Marinas and Les Devesas, all offer excellent services, beach bars and watersport rentals. The never far away coast localities Benidorm, Javea, Moraira, Calpe and Gandía on the other hand, make for a great daytrip to explore other coastlines. In addition, the harbour of Denia holds the bridge to the Balearic Islands that can take you to Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera in a blink of an eye, should you ever get bored.
In Denia you’ll find a place to suit your soul
- 66.18 km²
- 19 km