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Denia lies eighty-five kilometres north east of Alicante on the Costa Blanca. It is a busy port with a rich history. Denia is an affluent town having a huge fishing fleet as well as a thriving tourist industry. It possesses all the essential ingredients for a pleasurable holiday with sun, miles of sandy beaches, warm seas and a lively night life making it a popular destination for British holiday makers.
Denia is an attractive town nestling beneath the eleventh century castle on the hilltop. The coastline here provides miles of both sandy and shingle beaches, as well as sheer cliffs and rocky coves. Guaranteed summer sun and warm seas, together with water sports facilities, golf, shops, restaurants and a lively nightlife are all good reasons to book a Denia holiday.
Denia, with its sandy beaches, is popular with families and those looking for a relaxing break by the sea. Its water sporting facilities attract the more energetic holidaymaker. Although there are many peaceful retreats enjoyed by couples, there are also lively bars and cafes where the younger generation can spend their evenings.
The most popular time for a Denia holiday is from April to October when the temperature ranges from a very pleasant twenty five degrees rising to the early thirties in the height of summer.
Denia, sitting beneath the eleventh century castle, is a busy town by both night and by day. The castle now houses an archaeological museum. Denia’s ancient heart has expanded to accommodate the increasing numbers of summer visitors. The old fishing port with its huge fishing fleet sits along side the ferry port and the modern marina. A ferry service runs to the Balearic Islands daily.
A Denia holiday offers twenty kilometres of beaches, many of them sandy family beaches such as Les Marines and Les Bovetes, which are perfect for castle building and other sand sculptures. The beaches here are never overcrowded and in addition there are many small hideaway coves waiting to be discovered. The promenades with their shady palms have many bars and restaurants so refreshments are always close at hand. Wind surfing, water skiing, sailing, fishing and scuba diving are some of the water sports that are available in Denia. On land, the opportunities exist for golfing, tennis, cycling and go-karting.
As well as having excellent beach facilities, Denia has a wide range of shops and restaurants supplying visitors with the essential ingredients for making a memorable holiday.
Denia is as active in the evening as it is during the day. There are many vibrant bars often with live music, some of which remain open until the early hours of the morning. The atmosphere in the bars and restaurants on the water front are more relaxed and here you can enjoy a meal for two while listening to the waves lapping at the shore.
Denia has some excellent shops particularly in the main street, Calle de Marques de Campo, where you will find boutiques and designer shops for both men and women. Try the sweets at the local confectioners and the delicious cakes and pastries from the bakery. There are the usual supply of gift shops which sell traditional local handicrafts such as wickerwork, ceramics and leather goods, as well as a wide assortment of souvenirs and trinkets.
Denia has bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets. There are traditional Spanish restaurants and tapas bars rubbing shoulders with fast food outlets and steak houses. There are also a good number of fine restaurants serving international cuisine. Local wine is pleasant and inexpensive. Children are always made welcome in Spanish restaurants.