Dénia is the capital city of La Marina Alta. One of the most beautiful cities of Alicante, very close to the border with the province of Valencia and is considered as the northernmost part of the Costa Blanca. The sun shines here 320 days a year.

Dénia and Jávea, another beautiful enclave of the coast of Alicante, are separated by the mountain of El Montgó, which is said to resemble a sleeping elephant. The mountain is certainly spectacular and offers a series of wonderful routes to enjoy in your spare time. Dénia is right on the Mediterranean coast and its 20 kilometers of beaches are of very high quality with many restaurants and bars resulting from its wonderful gastronomic tradition. The beaches of Dénia are very wide with optimal weather conditions to develop water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking or sailing. Year after year, its beaches receive the European Blue Flag for its quality.

MEDITERRANEAN nature, tradition and gastronomy

To the north of Dénia we can find the fine sand beaches of Les Marines. On the other hand, to the south of Dénia we find the rocky area of ​​Les Rotes, with its spectacular coves and creeks of transparent waters, ideal for those who enjoy diving or snorkeling with an autochthonous fauna and flora that surprise all visitors.

Natural resources, history, culture, leisure offer, nightlife, wellness offer, sport installations, Spanish soul ... and, above all, gastronomy. Dénia was designated as a Creative City by UNESCO as a gastronomic city. Dénia and food are a whole. Dénia is the perfect place for you to spend your holidays, rest and learn Spanish!