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Tourist information

Denia has a 20 kilometre long shoreline, which offers fine sands in the northern part, however steep and stony parts towards the south. The district has innumerable one-storey houses spread around, with white façades, red-tiled roofs, and the typical porches from this province, called "riu-rau". We can access the Montgó Nature Reserve from the road that goes to Jávea, which passes via Las Rotas and San Antonio Cape. A lighthouse lies on this cape, on top of a cliff that is 163 metres high. Ferry boats going to the Balearic Islands ( Ibiza and Mallorca). In the course of the summer months there is also one going to Formentera.

Historical sites

Denia has a long history coming even before the Romans and going through the Moorish era till now. Practically everywhere in the city you can discover ruins of those times. The fortress is in great shape still keeping part of its main wall. There are likewise some aged wind mills close to Javea where you will have an amazing view as well. In the ethnological museum you will discover all the info about the medieval and most recent past, when Denia was a big raisin exporter and had a big toy industry.


Denia enjoys practically 20 kilometres of shoreline. To the north of the city, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters, like Les Deveses, els Palmars, Les Bovete and Les Marines. To the south lie an array of little bays throughout the stony coast, known as Les Rotes, which is a heaven for fishermen and scuba divers.


Denia enjoys a regular Mediterranean climate, with fresh ocean breezes in summer months and protection by bordering hills against the chilly North winds in the winter season. The region averages almost 3,000 hrs of sunlight every year and the average temperature level easily rises above 20 degrees. In 1986 the World Health Organisation suggested the climate of the region is one of the most equitable worldwide - neither too warm in the summer months nor too chilly in the winter season. On average it can boast more than 320 bright days every year making it a perfect all year round place.

Things to do in Denia, Spain

Denia is best known for its spectacular recreational conditions. Surfers and wind-surfing fans are always the first to ensure that they have secured accommodation in Denia for the summer months, as sea and wind situations are very reliable. European Blue Flag beaches stretch for 20 kilometers on either side of Denia. Upon your arrival in a Denia apartment or holiday rental house in Denia, the best place to start your visit is the fortress which stands above the city, with attractive sights throughout the coast. The Museo Etnologico will give you an exceptional understanding of the region as well. Denia is honored with a wide range of sporting facilities. Karting, diving, wind-surfing, tennis, parasailing, deep sea fishing, treking and golf (18 hole course) infrastructures are conveniently available in Denia as well, so there should be no issue entertaining everyone on a family holiday. Denia is home to one of the biggest port in the province, and boat tours to Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera and Mallorca departs daily in the course of the summer months. Just behind the marina is the conventional whitewashed centre of the city, beside the commercial district.

Shopping in Denia

There are high-quality stores and clothes shops to be found and some unbeatable seafood and tapas eating places. Taking a Denia holiday house means that you can enjoy every aspect of a Denia vacation with ease.

Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Conil de la Frontera, San Sebastian, Moraira, Playa del Ingles, Pollenca, Roses, Salou.

Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Sightseeing, Romantic trips, Families with Teenagers, Adventure and Sport, Girls Getaway, Families with Young Children, Tourists without a Car, Families with pets, People with Disabilities

Denia, Spain - General details

Arboretum, atm, botanical garden, speleology, churches, movie house, fitness centre, walking paths in forests, supermarkets, hospital, library, marina, water parks, theme parks, zoo, wine vault, rich gastronomic offer, tennis clubs, swimming, walking paths, sailing, rent a bike, fishing, horse riding, golf courses, surfing, water ski, mountain biking, mountain paths, paragliding, scuba diving, hunting, bird watching, casinos, hiking paths, snorkelling

Denia, region of Valencia - Distances

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    Denia - Barcelona: 333 km
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    Denia - Madrid: 370 km
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    Denia - Sevilla: 557 km
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    Denia - Marines (4+ apartments): 2 km
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    Denia - Real (2+ apartments): 3 km
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    Denia - La Xara (1+ accommodation units): 3 km
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    Denia - Les Rotes (0+ accommodation units): 4 km
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    Denia - Santa Lucia (6+ accommodation units): 5 km
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    Denia - Jesus Pobre (27+ accommodation units): 5 km
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    Denia - els Poblets (25+ apartments): 7 km
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    Denia - Gata de Gorgos (3+ accommodation units): 8 km
  • Airport "Alicante El Altet", town of Alicante (Air Berlin, Air France, Air Algerie, Royal Air Maroc, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Aer Lingus, Ryanair, Spanair): 85 km
  • Airport "Valencia", town of Manises (Air Berlin, Air France, AeroMéxico, Royal Air Maroc, Alitalia, Ryanair, Spanair, Lufthansa): 88 km

Tourist attractions and sights

  • Denia Castle, 0.1 km from the centre of town of Denia.
  • La Cruz de Benidorm, Benidorm, 4.9 km from the centre of town of Denia.
    Even though not an attraction as such, the 'Cross of Benidorm' is at the end of a really pleasurable walk throughout twisting streets. It is really worth taking the stroll up to the cross for some spectacular ocean and resort sights.
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    Beach La Granadella, Javea, 7.6 km from the centre of town of Denia.
    This amazing beach isn’t simple to discover, so, if you decide to come, make sure you have a GPS. It is only accessible by foot through a street that passes via a deep pine forest. There’s caves, bluffs, and other awe-inspiring landmarks surrounding the crystal clear ocean, which is ideal for swimming, snorkeling or diving. The beach is quiet, bordered along pine forest and years gone by was a favourite place for smugglars.
  • Beach Cala Pregonda, Minorca, 19.7 km from the centre of town of Denia.
    Cala Pregonda is situated on the north coastline of Menorca in the middle of Cala Barril on the west and Binimella on the east. Beach is undoubtedly among the gems of Menorca, an attractive cove with crystal blue waters, supported by pine and tamarisk forests.
  • Montgo Natural Park, Javea, 7.8 km from the centre of town of Denia.
    Montgó Nature Reserve is situated in the middle of the cities of Denia and Javea in Alicante. Birdwatching is popular here, and there is a walk that passes by eleven renovated windmills. The Montogo park consists of a beachfront section that covers over 3 kilometres. Its flora consists of kermes oak groves populated with mastic plants and rhamnnus alaternus, as well as Mediterranean scrub.
  • Beach Arenal-Bol, Calpe, 22.4 km from the centre of town of Denia.
    The Arenal-Bol beach extends for more than a 1400 metres populated with little palm plants which add that exceptional something to this town beach, among the most vibrant in Calpe. Beach is skirted by the beachfront boardwalk. Here you can discover golden sand bathed by the crystal-clear, quiet waters of the Mediterranean. The beach has all of the facilities and amenities that you would anticipate of a city beach, and we must point out the access points and amenities for people with limited mobility, the elderly and the disabled level with the road Calle Holanda.
  • Museum Fallero, Gandia, 28.5 km from the centre of town of Denia.

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