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Accommodation in Denia

In the cosmopolitan town of Denia with pristine Mediterranean coastline, you can find all kinds of accommodations, from luxurious resorts to cheap hotels and apartments. The Denia La Sella Golf resort and Spa which is one of the most luxurious and gorgeous hotels in Denia, is perfect if you are looking for extra comfort and luxury. This low rise expansive resort, set in the greenery of Mongo Massif park, is self-sufficient within itself with a mini market, spa, bars and restaurant and many other facilities to fulfill your lifestyle needs. There are many other upscale hotels in Denia located close to the Marina. Holiday apartments in Denia are a new and preferred way of staying here as you can find a variety. Penthouses, villas, country side traditional homes, there are all kinds of accommodations in Denia. The town has a sophisticated infrastructure overall and a wide range of choices for accommodations in Denia.

Denia Overview

The town of Denia sits on a hill with a castle atop in the Alicante province of Spain. It lies halfway between Alicante and Valencia, 95 km from Valencia. The town enjoys a privileged position on the Mediterranean coast facing the Balearic Islands. Denia enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the cold north winds in winter. With 325 days of sun, it is a major year round destination of Costa Blanca. The landscaped is marked by hills and mountains. The weather, availability of hotels in Denia, a wide range of tourist services, together makes it a preferred destination for family beach holiday.

Where to Stay in Denia

Accommodations in Denia are located all around the city- near the marina, along the main Avenue de Alicante and between the Torrecremada and Mongo Natural parks. All you have to do is choose the kind of amenities you want and the views you would enjoy the most. You can book one of the hotels in Denia near the marina and enjoy breathtaking sea views or book an apartment in the heart of the town with all major tourist facilities close by. If you are on a budget, you can book one of the cheap hotels in Denia located close to the castle in the heart of the town or near the marina. Apartments in Denia are located all around the town. Denia enjoys a privileged position on the northern end of Costa Blanca which introduced package holidays long back and has all kinds of accommodations to offer.

Things to See and Do in Denia

The 20 km of Mediterranean coastline is obviously the biggest attraction in Denia. To the north of the town, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters, such as Les Marines, Lalmadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovetes and Els Palmars. The southern coast is rocky with small coves and a paradise for fishermen and divers. At the sandy beaches you can enjoy with your family or go for water sports. A little away from the town is the Montgo mountain and park which separates Denia and Javea and also a prime attraction in Denia.

In the centre of the town lies the 11th century castle which was the residence of Marquis of denia. You have to climb all the way uphill to visit the castle and enjoy an excellent view of Denia and its countryside from the hilltop. Denia has some unique museums for ethnology, toys, arts, etc. Among other worth visiting monuments are the 18th-century church of the Asuncion and the neo-classical town hall building and the 17th century Atarazanas dockyards and the 18th -century, neoclassical town hall building.

Nightlife in Denia

Bars and pubs in Denia are located either on the beach, at the marina or in the town centre close to the castle. All kinds of lively bars and pubs line the Carrer de la Mar Av in the heart of the town. As you move further east towards the marina you will find many more bars located at the port itself. The long stretch of the beach also has many bars and taverns. Don’t forget to enjoy tapas at the tapas bars with cocktails. If you are looking for traditional Irish pub, you can go to the Paddy O’Connell Denia. The Condado Gastro Show Club is the largest and most famous club here. You can also enjoy cocktails at the onsite bars if you have booked one of the hotels in Denia. The bars and clubs are open till midnight and you will find only a few tapas bars open till 2 am.

Food options in Denia

Like the rest of the Costa Blanca, food in Denia is a mix of Spanish and Mediterranean diet and incorporates best of both. The dishes are rich in fish, vegetables, olive-oil, rice and fruit and thus very healthy. Paella Valenciana, Arroz Negro black rice, Arroz al horno oven baked rice, Arroz a banda fish and rice stew and Arroz del Senoret Princes rice are some of the must try local dishes on your holiday. Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy local deserts and homemade pastries available at the eateries here. There are many restaurants located along the promenade facing the marina. The marina itself has a commercial area where you can dine overlooking the yachts and the sea. You can find many food stalls on the beach and in the heart of the town which has international cuisines too. The hotels in Denia also offer onsite restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy these delicacies.

Shopping in Denia

Shopping in Denia is limited to the local markets and shops. The entire stretch of Av de Alicante is lined with local shops selling clothing, accessories, diving and surf equipment, accessories, footwear and much more. There are Mercado supermarkets located at different places for buying groceries and vegetables if you have rented a self-catering apartments in Denia. Denia has several markets where you can buy fresh produce straight from the farmers. The Denia Market is one such market with food stalls also. The flea market is held every Friday from 6 am to 2 pm where you can find colorful stalls selling local crafts, souvenirs and antiques. Lonja of Denia, right on the port sells fresh seafood and open only in weekdays.

Fast Facts about

  • Currency: Euros
  • Language: Spanish
  • Nearest Airport: Alicante airport
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin to Denia: 2 hours 55 minutes
  • Transfer time from airport to Denia: 1 hour 5 minutes approx.
  • Time difference between Dublin and Denia: Alicante is 1 hour ahead of Dublin



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10/10 Amazing

28 September 2010

will be back again

stayed in denia three times so far and will definetly come back again

10/10 Amazing

25 September 2012

good mixture of new and old

a pretty little town with some typical archtecture and places of interest. well worth a visit

The best thing about my stay was ...

has a bit of everything, night life, history and culture

10/10 Amazing

19 November 2011

So good- moving permanently to Denia in feb

Lovely city, lovely people, have long term rented a property and moving in feb from Ireland.... can't wait!!!! Go to lungo mare for excellent food but book or arrive before 9 or you will wait for a table- huge portions, no need for starters!! Great portside restaurants, most staff speak some English but not a lot! Area is very family oriented in evening time with families incl young kids going out to eat from 9pm on

The best thing about my stay was ...

Home from home

10/10 Amazing

27 September 2012

Very nice place to spend a weekend

Denia has a lovely seafront with a large Marina and a beach. There are many lovely restuarants along the sea front, some of which are excellent value for money.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Nice clean resort

8/10 Great

10 June 2011

Lovely Spanish town

Always love visiting Denia. Just enough touristy things for a beach holiday alongside a lovely town with great shops and bars.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Sitting on the tree lined main st with loads shopping bags

6/10 Good

24 November 2012

Quiet, not a lot to do or see

Quiet, not a lot to do or see, handy if you arrive by train, only 15 mins walk from the station to the hotel