Denia is somewhere with a little bit of everyting

One of the Costa Blanca's most northern resorts, Denia nestles gently on a hilltop with a stunning mountain backdrop and panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Panoramic views, over the Mediterranean

The dramatic 16th century castle dominates the town and the lively little marina below which doubles as a busy working fishing port. Denia holidays can offer a coastline boasting no fewer than three Blue Flag beaches making family holidays to Denia the perfect Spanish getaway. Just to the north of Denia lies the shingle beach of Les Deveses which is a very popular spot for windsurfers, whilst keen snorkelers and divers prefer the calmer waters of Las Rotas just to the south.

The port at Denia is always a hive of activity whether its ferries taking tourists over to the nearby Balearic Islands, or the local fishermen bringing home their catch of the day, or why not just do a spot of day dreaming or people watching amongst the colourful and quite affluent yachts that berth here. Local restaurants often have fish specialities on the menu and these are definitely worth trying whilst on holidays in Denia.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

History, miles of golden sandy beaches, cosmopolitan shopping

Away from the beach, Denia is surrounded by lush green countryside and littered with orange and lemon groves. Keen walkers can spend hours taking in the fabulous sights and smells with the Montgo National Park right on the doorstep too. Golf holidays to Denia have become extremely popular in recent years with the stunning Olivia Novo Golf Course situated right next to the beach. The 18 hole course was designed by non other than Spanish golfing legend Seve Ballesteros himself.

Evenings in Denia centre around, a good selection of restaurants and bars around the harbour were you can watch the sun go down. If its all night dancing you’re wanting you will need to head down the coast to Benidorm. Book Last minute holidays to Denia at

Places to Visit

Montgo National Park

– Fantastic landscapes, flora and fauna this area was made a National Park in 1987. This park is a nature lovers paradise with numerous walking routes for everyone to enjoy.


– Head down the coast and sample the famous nightlife of Benidorm, the Costa Blanca’s very own “little New York”.