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Beautiful and Interesting Places to visit in Spain
 Denia Costa Blanca North
The popular town of Denia with 20km of sandy and rocky beaches, combines history, culture, water sports, superb fish and restaurants and is a popular destination for the
holiday maker in Spain.


 Denia is one of the popular and sought after tourist destinations in Spain. It is not hard to understand why. Despite the huge demand for holiday villas in Denia, the area is also experiencing an increase in popularity for family holidays in Denia


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About Denia

This small town lies at the northernmost point of the province of Alicante, 2,460ft above sea level on the slopes of Montgo. It is famous for its Fiesta, which takes place from mid-July to mid-August. It was originally founded by the Phoenicians; the Greeks knew it as Hemeroskopeion and the Romans, for whom it had much significance, as Dianium, after the temple of Diana there. The Visigoths made it an Episcopal seat and the Moors, the Capital of a Kingdom. It later became the capital of a duchy, under the Dukes of Lerma, one of whom was the chief minister to King Philip III. They are, however, few reminders left of the city’s distinguished past.

Cultural Denia - Things to do

Citadel – Perched above the town with a splendid view over the Bay of Valencia. Among the ruins are both Roman and Arab remains. The French used it as a base during the Napoleonic Wars.

Also worth seeing: Les Roques, in the most picturesque quarter of the city, close to the remains of the Castle. It has become an arts and crafts centre, along with the Baix la Mar, an area near the harbor. There are some interesting 18C buildings in the Plaza de los Caidos (square of the fallen) e.g. the church of Santa Maria and the town hall. On the steps leading up to the castle you can see two Roman alters.

Environs: On the bluff near Las Rotas there are caves which are accessible only from the sea. Two hours walk will get to the Pueblo Iberico, in the Sierra de Montgo, the site of the remains of an Iberian settlement dating back to the 7-8C B.C

Wherever you are in Denia you will enjoy the impressive backdrop of the Montgo massif, a 2,150 hectare mountain range between Denia and Xabia. In 1987 the Montgo was declared an official nature reserve and is home to an interesting variety of flora, fauna and wildlife including gulls, eagles, eagle owls, falcons and kestrels. Among the mammals living there are mice, rabbits, foxes, badgers and weasels. You can also find lizards and horseshoe whip snakes.

It's peak stands 753m above sea level and on a clear day you can see Ibiza.

Denia is also the gastronomy capital of the Costa Blanca with more than 300 restaurants serving traditional Mediterranean rice dishes and fish straight off of the fishermens' boats. the tasty red Denia prawns are considered to be the best in the world and fishing boats come in daily with a wide range of fresh seafood.

Denia is great for shopping too and thousands of bargain hunters flock to the Monday market for clothes, accessories and household items. On Fridays there is a colourful fruit and vegetable market. In the Summer at the Cervantes Esplanade you can snap up some souvenirs, handmade jewellery, leather goods and much more at the craft market.

For water sports lovers, Denia bay is the perfect spot for learning and practising, with its renowned sailing, diving, canoeing and rowing schools, which are run by professional instructors and equipped with the latest facilities to guarantee pupils' safety.

At Denia Port you can set sail for the Balearic Islands and reach Ibiza in 2 hours or you can enjoy a half-day excursion on a catamaran or take a boat to the neighbouring towns of Xabia or Altea.

Denia also has an impressive marina where you can charter a yacht or simply take a stroll and admire the many luxury vessels moored there.

Inland you can choose between horse-riding, tennis, squash, cycling, aerobics, shuttleball, floorball and the regional handball game Pelota Valenciana. Golf lovers will enjoy a round of golf at Denia's La Sella Marriott course or the Oliva Nova course close by.

Beaches in Denia
Punta del Raset
Situation les Marines Road, km. 0 to km. 0.57
Length 570 mts
Class Sand
Situation les Marines Road, km. 0,57 to km. 1.13
Length 560 mts
Class Sand
Les Marines
Situation les Marines Road, km. 1.1 to km. 3.7
Length 2570 mts
Class Sand

Les Bovetes
Situation Les Marines Road, km. 3.7 to km. 4.37
Length 670 mts
Class Sand
Els Molins
Situation Les Marines Road, km. 4.37 to km. 5.9
Length 1530 mts
Class Sand
Situation Les Marines Road, km. 5.9 to km. 8.85
Length 2950 mts
Class Sand
Les Deveses
Situation Les Marines Road, km. 8.85 to km. 13.72
Length 4870 mts
Class Sand
Les Rotes
Marineta Casiana
Situation Les Rotes Road, km. 0 to km. 1.26
Length 1260 mts
Class Sand
El Trampolí
Situation Les Rotes Road, km. 1.26 to km. 2.3
Length 1040 mts
Class Rocky Creeks
Punta Negra
Situation Les Rotes Road, km. 2.3 to km. 3.1
Length 800 mts
Class Rocky Creeks
Situation Les Rotes Road, km. 3.1 to km. 3.84
Length 740 mts
Class Rocky Creeks

La Cala
Situation Les Rotes Road, km. 3.84 to km. 4.02
Access: At the end of Les Rotes Road, a path drives us walking to this cove in a few minutes.
Length 180 mts
Class Rocky Creeks

Markets and open air markets
Markets in Dénia
Dénia Municipal Market (Magallanes street) is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. approximately, from Monday to Saturday, with products like: fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, bakery, salted fish, cafes, etc.
Days with a wide external offer:
Fridays: fruits and vegetable.
Mondays: harvested goods and groceries.

In the Fish Exchange (Port of Dénia – Fishing Quay) we can watch how the ships arrive to port since 3.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. You will find a great variety of sea products: Dénia red prawn, lobsters, sea urchins and different fresh seafood; octopus, anchovy, calamari, hook fishing and all kind of fresh fish.
Fish auctioning:
From Monday to Friday, from 5.p.m; (all year round, except during the month of biological halt).
Fish sale:
From Monday to Friday; from 5 p.m., all year round.
Biological Halt: During 2005 the biological halt will take place from June, 1 to July, 3. Throughout this period auctioning is held at 2 p.m., since only the fish coming from tresmall boats is auctioned since they don’t have to halt. In this period, the sale of tresmall fish and of fish from external fishing brotherhoods takes place at the usual time.
Open Air Markets
The weekly market is located in Torrecremada Esplanade, monday mornings from 8.30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
You can find products like: Clothes, footwear and several other objects.
Antiquities Flea Market is celebrated every Friday morning, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Torrecremada Esplanade.
Products: Sale of antiquities and second hand objects.
Spring and summer open air market is situated in Cervantes Esplanade, from 7 p.m. to midnight (until 1 a.m. ob holiday and festivities’ eves). Sale stalls with a bohemian and handicraft atmosphere where you can find a great variety of products: imitation jewellery, leather goods, paintings, etc. Frecuency:
- Spring (Mid-March to 1st week in June): Weekends and festivities.
- Summer (Mid-June to Mid-September): every day.

Denia is as busy by night as it is by day. This is not an all night club land like Benidorm but the hundreds of bars and restaurants, many with live entertainment in the summer months, ensure that the town's more energetic visitors are kept amused until the small hours. It's also a town big on fiestas and there are some spectacular ones at regular intervals throughout the year - so if you want to party Spanish-style, book your holiday around one of the main fiestas, listed below.

One of Denia's biggest "parties" takes place between March 16th - 19th. This is the fiesta of the "Fallas" when huge papier mache effigies are erected on street corners throughout the town - then burnt to the ground in a spectacular bonfire party the like of which you could never hope to see in the UK (the authorities would never allow it!).

The effigies are beautifully designed and painted tableaux giving a satirical look at the main issues of the day - social, economic and political. The satire will pass over the heads of most tourists but the burning of these elaborate effigies is a sight to behold. Wander the streets and admire their beauty by day..then join the throng at night and watch them reduced to a heap of cinders!

June 20th-24th sees the "Fogueres de San Juan" fiestas with yet more burning - this time it's giant bonfires on the beach echoing the pagan rituals celebrating midsummer night. The Spanish simply love fun, fire, fiestas and fireworks.

From August 14th-16th there's the big Moors and Christians fiesta with spectacular street parades recalling the many hundreds of years of Moorish occupation of this part of Spain.

There are many other smaller religious feasts throughout the year which give Denia the chance to let its hair down, close the banks and shops and party the night away!

And even when it's not fiesta time, there's plenty of entertainment on offer. Check out the local English language newspaper the Costa Blanca News, published every Friday, for details of live entertainment in local bars and restaurants.

The Blue Bars, on the Javea - Denia seafront road, is a popular nightspot (call them on +34 965788799 to check what's on.) Paddy O'Connell's Irish pub (between the town centre and the castle) is a magnet for young music lovers and Guinness drinkers; the pub provides regular live entertainment with rock, soul and blues music.

In the summer months the long tourist stretch of Las Marinas, the coastal strip heading north out of Denia, bursts into life with live music, clubs and various shows until the small hours.

If it's international cabaret you're after, local travel agents organise regular trips down to Benidorm for the spectacular Benidorm Palace show, accompanied by dinner. You get a very slick show, a good dinner and your transport all for less than you'd pay for an average restaurant meal in the UK.
 Enjoying Nature In Denia
Denia is located just north of Javea. It is on the northern part of the Costa Blanca coast line, which runs from this city to Torrevieja in the southern part of the region. The weather in the area is similar to most of the Costa Blanca. The summers are hot and the winters are mild. There is little rain in the area. The city enjoys about 320 days of sunshine each year.

The city is located between two airports. Visitors can fly into either Alicante or Valencia airport. Each airport is about an hour and fifteen minute drive to the city. The best way to get around after arriving at the airport is with a car hire. This gives you the freedom to travel around the area. Car hire companies are available at both airports. Reserve your vehicle in advance, especially if you are travelling in the summer tourist season.

Things to do in Denia

Denia is a working town. While visiting here, you will be able to experience the authentic feeling of a Spanish town that you won’t get in the larger, more crowded tourist areas. If you want to spend some time enjoying the attractions in the larger cities, you can get around easily with a car hire.

Another benefit is the town doesn’t close down after the summer season. Many of the larger, tourist areas become like ghost towns at the end of the season. Stores, bars and restaurants close down. Here, you can enjoy shopping and restaurants all year long. This makes the city a good choice for off season vacations.

There is a lot to do for tourists as well in this city. There are two golf courses, Oliva Nova and La Sella for golf lovers. The weather in the area is nice enough for golf almost every day of the year. If you want a golf vacation, consider staying at the resort or close to it.

There are a few spas in the Denia area. A spa vacation is a great way to relax. You will leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Spas are located near the mountain and near to the beach areas.

Although the night life in this city isn’t as busy as the larger discos in Benidorm, there is some night life. There are bars, restaurants and entertainment available. Many places are located near the beach. The night life isn’t as wild as in larger tourist areas, but at least you won’t have to fight the crowds and will still be able to enjoy music and dancing.

The castle in Denia was built in the sixteenth century. The castle is a landmark in the area. Tours are available throughout the year. From inside the castle, you will enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

Enjoying Nature in Denia

The towns of Denia and Javea are separated by Montgo mountain. This mountain has many walking routes. You can explore them on your own or go with a group on a walking tour. This is a great place to experience nature while on vacation. There are many great views of the water and town from this mountain.

Denia has 20 kilometres of beaches on the coastline. The beaches here are sandy and clean. They have received the Blue Flag award for good water quality and sand quality. You will enjoy relaxing on the beach and soaking in the sun.

A variety of water sports, including diving, snorkelling and wind surfing are available as well. There are some great areas for diving and snorkelling in the southern beach areas. Once is Les Rotes, a rocky area that is known for great snorkelling and diving. You will be able to view life under the water here

Holidays and places to visit in Denia, Costa Blanca, Spain.

Anyone that visits the Costa Blanca in Spain would no doubt end up visiting Denia that lies just eighty-five kilometers north of Alicante, especially as this city is famous for its many holiday attractions. If you are one of those that love a long drive then you can reach Denia using the N-332 that is a wonderful road that takes you along the coastline of Costa Blanca to the city itself. The other road you may want to use is the A7 highway.

Anyone that visits the Costa Blanca in Spain would no doubt end up visiting Denia that lies just eighty-five kilometers north of Alicante, especially as this city is famous for its many holiday attractions. If you are one of those that love a long drive then you can reach Denia using the N-332 that is a wonderful road that takes you along the coastline of Costa Blanca to the city itself. The other road you may want to use is the A7 highway.

The N332 provides you with wonderful opportunities to discover for yourself the beauty of the area and the views are absolutely spellbinding, which you will be sure to love. An even more suitable way of reaching Denia would be to use the narrow gauge railway that connects Denia and Benidorm as also Alicante. In any case, Denia lies between the southern town of Javea and has Gandia to the north, and is a place most visited during the summertime.

It also is situated just outside the mountain named Montgo and it allows the visitors excellent surfing prospects as well. The weather can become very hot with temperatures reaching forty degrees Celsius in the summertime, though it is only four degrees in the winter. Among the most visited tourist attractions in Denia is the castle that was built between the eleventh and twelfth centuries and from where you can get a spectacular view of the sea, and the city as also the backlands.

The castle itself holds the Palau del Governador and a museum are among the more interesting museums in Denia is the Museo Etnologico that provides visitors with an idea of the rich history and also the culture of Denia. The city also holds much by way of attraction in its many bars and small restaurants and when in Denia, makes sure to taste the very tasty cakes and the abundant sweets made at the local confectionaries and bakery shops because these delicacies are what also make Dernia very famous among tourists.

There are also great golf courses in Denia and you will get occasion to play some very good rounds of golf at the many courses here. Denia is also a place where real estate market is booming in this Costa Blanca region and as you enter the city you will be confronted by many real estate agencies and you also won’t be able to miss the great amount of construction that is taking place, especially on the outskirts.

Also, don’t forget to take a boat round trip to Javea, Benidorm and Altea. If you like, you can also choose to rent a car and do some visiting as there are plenty of great places to see. Among the many other tourist cities in Spain, Denia is perhaps the most frequented by tourists and today it is a very modern city where you can enjoy spectacular views while sampling the cuisine, especially tapas that are very small portions of tasty food. Along with an accompanying glass of beer or wine, you will certainly not have anything to complain about in the beautiful city of Denia.


The Romans dedicated Denia to the goddess Diana, and turned its port into one of the most active in the Peninsula. Up to this day, Denia has not ceased to be visited.
The Muslim castle keeps many examples of its heritage at the Archaeological museum. The city also has remarkable monuments such as the church of Asunción, from the 18th century, with Renaissance and Baroque reredos; and the City Hall, which still has in its façade two memorial tablets from the ancient temple of Diana. The avenue of Marqués de Campo, the cosmopolitan setting for the festivities of Moors and Christians, is complemented by the fisherman's quarter, the most popular and gregarious area in town. Denia has a commercial port and a marina. In one of the piers, they celebrate the fiesta of "Bous a la mar" (bulls in the water), declared to be of National Tourist Interest.

Denia has a twenty-kilometre-long coastline, which presents fine sands in the northern part, yet steep and rocky sections to the south. The municipality has countless one-storey houses scattered around, with white façades, red-tiled roofs, and the typical porches from this region, called "riu-rau". We can access the Montgó Nature Reserve from the road that goes to Jávea, which passes through Las Rotas, and San Antonio Cape. A lighthouse sits on this cape, on top of a cliff that is 163 metres high.


Dénia is situated at the north of the province of Alicante, Costa Blanca North in a place with a special warm weather and a great many sunshine days with a mean average annual temperature of 20ºC.

Dénia’s beaches are of a remarkable beauty and it has a historic centre where the castle raises majestically right in the centre of town. Mount Montgó, declared a Natural Park, is only a few metres from the sea and fishing boats come and go whilst they mark the rhythm of everyday life and provide Dénia with the best of the sea, making it the celebrated cuisine haven it has become. We propose a climb to the castle, a visit to museums, churches, streets and old quarters, a walk in Montgó Natural Park, watch how ships arrive to the fish exchange, enjoying sand beaches or encouraging you to practice a sport, living local fiestas with us and getting to know the surroundings, amongst many other activities.

Beaches of Dénia
All is beauty: sandy beaches and rocky coves… blues and greens of the Mediterranean Sea.

20 km of coast with different beach typologies:

To the north of the district there is the area known as les Marines (or las Marinas), where you will mainly find long fine sandy beaches.

To the south of the district there is the area known as les Rotes (or Las Rotas), which starts with a sandy beach and gives way to rocky coves which, colourful and hidden, display a crystalline landscape of unique beauty.

All the beaches in Dénia have been awarded International Iso 9.001 certificates – for quality management- and Iso 14.001 –for environmental management-. Year after year, most beaches in Dénia receive the Blue Flag award, a symbol of the clean seas of Europe. Furthermore, the diversity of Dénia’s sea bottom has been granted a PIC award (Places of Community Interest).

Today’s Dénia is the daughter of several different cultures: Iberians, Romans, Muslims and Christians left their mark and enable us to follow their history, a mark we can discover through its museums, monuments and archaeological remains.
The Castle is the par excellence local Heritage Monument. The Archaeological Museum is housed within its walls. The museum offer is completed by an Ethnologic Museum and the Museum of Toys.
From the watchtowers, from the castle’s battlements, from the tower del Gerro, at the feet of Mount Montgó, history has bestowed witnesses sculpted in stone. Take a stroll along its streets and visit its monuments and museums, bearing witness of the artistic and historic wealth of a city that has been coveted by all.

Monumental Heritage
The history of Dénia is reflected in its monuments, museums, historic buildings, old boroughs and symbolic corners.
Just think how the Roman Dianium, the Muslim Daniya, the mediaeval Dénia, the bourgeois city of the 19th century must have been…
Discover our origins, enjoy the beauty of a heritage that has outlived civilisations and which is there to tell you about its permanence, its truth.

Castle of Dénia
It is situated over a smooth hill next to the sea and in the heart of the city.
Walking access: Stairway near the Town Hall.
Car access: starting at del Cid Avenue, Sant Francesc Street. You can drive your car and reach the upper part of the castle without leaving it (except if there are musical concerts in the castle or other special events.)
Phone: 96 642 06 56
Opening hours: (every day)
Nov/ March: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
 April-May: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
 June: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
 July-August: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. (Night opening hours: until 00.30 h. Except for “Music at the castle” concert days.
September: 10 a.m. 1.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. 8 p.m.
 October: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Archaeological Museum:
It shows the historical evolution of Dénia from its origins in the Iberian period until the 18th century.
Walking access: staircase next to the Town Hall; you can reach the castle and the museum is in the eastern wing.
Car access: taking del Cid Avenue–Sant Francesc Street. You can drive in your car into the castle and reach the upper part (except if there are music concerts in the castle or other special events.)
Opening hours: Situated in the upper part of the castle of Dénia it has the same opening hours:
Opening hours (every day):
November/ March: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
April-May: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
 June: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
July-August: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.
 September: 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
 October: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Price: Included in the Castle’s entrance fee.

Historical buildings
Town Hall
Situation : 10 Plaça de la Constitució (Constitution Square)
We must point out the balance of its façade with 6 solid half pointed arches as well as the large windows in the two upper floors.
Two Roman inscriptions, proceeding from the forum of Dianium, can be read on the façade and the access stairway in Hospital Street.

Les Drassanes (The Olds Shipyards)
You will find them in the port, opposite the monument known as Bous a la mar (Bulls to the sea).
To be observed: the exterior of the building since the interior has been modified and currently houses a private hotel.
Historical note: old building where ships were built. It dates from the 16th c. although it was reformed during the 17th c.
Characteristics of the building: It has a rectangular plan, with a two-sided Arabic tiled roof.

Dénia is considered one of the districts in Spain with the most fiestas. Each station of the year has festivities associated to life in the quarters, streets or the whole of the local population, true to the extent that it is difficult to come to Dénia without a surprise religious or festive celebration. All public is welcome, from families to those who prefer the night.
Amongst others we must point out:
The Falles bonfires, with their passacaglia, mascletaes fireworks and the final cremà or burning of the bonfires.
The Patron Saint Fiestas in Honour of the Most Holy Blood (Santíssima Sang) and their "Bous a la mar" (Bulls to the sea), declared a Fiesta of National Tourist Interest.
The Moors and Christians, with the disembarkation, fight in the castle and, specially, the gala cortège.
The All Saint Attraction Fair, with fair attractions, specially longed for by children.

Denia Fiestas

Nature in Dénia
Dénia is surrounded by natural spaces of high ecological value. Between sea and mountain, sheltered by Mount Montgó and by the Mediterranean Sea and next to the Cape of Sant Antoni, Dénia breathes the sea air, smells of orange blossoms, Mediterranean flora, and nature.
The Mount Montgó Natural Park was officially declared as such in 1987 thanks to its landscape values, flora and fauna.
Mount Montgó extends forming the impressive Cape of Sant Antoni, which reaches the sea forming a 160 m. high cliff. At the feet of the cape there is the Cape of Sant Antoni Natural Reserve, with a high level of preservation, which gives it a high environmental scientific and ecological value.
The wealth of the bottom of the sea with micro reserves of flora along the rocky coast and the existence of posydonia prairies all along the coast, considered of community interest, situate us in one the Iberian Peninsula’s best enclaves for scuba diving.


Montgo Natural Park

Shopping in Dénia:
All you need!
The visit to Dénia’s markets and open air markets is a must. You will find all sorts of products, from fruits and vegetables to antiques or handicraft products.

Go visit the municipal market and buy sea and land products. Visit the weekly open air market on Monday and don’t forget to go to the antiques flea market on Friday. Take advantage of your walk in the port to go through the stalls in Cervantes Esplanade, buy fish at the Fish Exchange or simply go past the shops in Dénia where you’ll find a great variety of products.

“Boredom” is a word that just doesn’t fit into Dénia’s vocabulary. The city has a well developed leisure offer, which will not make your decisions easy: cocktail bars, pubs, discos, bingo, terraces bordering the sea, live music…

Find a place where the décor will surround you, where the exterior will be full of waves and the scent of orange blossoms because you deserve to enjoy your free time




Costa Blanca

Denia Montgo
Denia Fiestas

Alicante - Alacant

Tourist Office:
Plaza Oculista Buigues, 9 -
03700 Denia
(Alicante - Alacant)
Tel. +34 966422367