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Hotels and Apartments

The Denia resort which is a lively and vibrant place to enjoy your summer holiday is surely going to offer unforgettable experiences beyond ordinary. You can choose your accommodation in Denia browsing through an excellent selection of hotels, apartments and guesthouses, which are dotted throughout the city. The resort is filled with many lavish 5-star properties, which are located close to the marina and on the beachfront, offering breath-taking views along with world-class amenities and personalised services. If luxury is your thing, book your stay at Denia La Sella Golf Resort & Spa, which is nestled in the city centre. Those who prefer more spacious and homey stay can rent Denia apartments, which are beautifully decorated and furnished with self-catering amenities. The choice of hotels in Denia are plenty-from budget to lavish, so you can pick the one that suits you best and enjoy your holiday in a comfortable way.


A charming seaside resort along the Mediterranean coastline, Denia is a popular holiday destination located on the Costa Blanca. The beautiful town has one of most important ports and marinas in the region and is overlooked by the magnificent Montgo mountain range. Over the last few decades, the impressive port and marina has made the resort a prosperous town, where all modern facilities are available. The average temperature is around 20-C that makes it quite a popular holiday destination that can be visited throughout the year. From a fascinating old town, soft golden sandy beaches, fine dining restaurants, local shops to picturesque landscape, there is something for everyone to enjoy. In the month of July, the city hosts many fiestas, amongst which the best known is the running of the bull’s fiesta, which is also declared as being of National Tourist Interest. Overall, you’ll have a good time in this resort, which boasts all modern amenities to offer a relaxing gateway.

Where to stay

Whether you’re visiting the city for an overnight stay or for a short break, you can easily find your choice of hotels and apartments in Denia. Some of the best places to stay in the resort are close to the marina, by the beach front and in the city centre, which is bustling with excellent restaurants, pubs, shops and markets. As per your preferences you can choose from comfy bed and breakfasts to guesthouses and from five-star hotels to homely self-catering apartments as all of these offer friendly accommodation coupled with warm hospitality. If you’re looking for something more flexible, spacious and peaceful, there are many gorgeous to low-cost apartments in Denia, just a short walk away from the city centre. Cheap hotels in Denia are not ample yet you can find some excellent budget stay options with standard amenities. But nothing can beat the personalised and warm services that are rendered by the people here whether you stay in a Denia hotel or an apartment.

Things to do

Nestled on the shores of the Mediterranean, just opposite the Balearic Islands, Denia is a lovely holiday resort where you can enjoy amazing festivals, activities and stunning sea views. Denia Montgo Natural Park, which is located 753 metres above sea level, is home to rockrose species, maritime fennel, black sabine and many other vegetable species. You can also watch many distinct birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals in this park. The place is also a great choice for hiking. Denia Castle is another popular attraction located in the historical city centre. The establishment has three towers and an archaeological museum where you can learn about the city’s history and from the towers can enjoy the fantastic panoramic views of the port and the mountains.

Just 10 minutes ride from the Denise and you can visit the El Vergel Safari Park to see many animals in their natural habitat from the safety of your car. A zoo is also there in the park and you can watch animal shows as well. Apart from these places of interest, you can relax on the serene blue flag Denia beaches and also enjoy a ferry ride from the port.


Nightlife in Denia is lively too with so many great places to eat, drink, party and relax after the dark. The mid night action in the resort is mostly concentrated on the coast road, near the port. Here, you’ll find scores of cool cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars, serving delicious food and exotic drinks in an inviting ambiance. In summers, many popular concerts, cultural shows and festivals are organized in the castle from diverse regions of Spain and countries worldwide. If live music is your thing, then you’ll surely have a great time in Denia. Head to Calle La Mar, where you can relish delicious cocktail, good music and incredible views. Browse through a myriad of bars and pubs in the Las Marinas road, on the La Marina or in the city centre, to enjoy a night out that caters to mixed visitors from all ages after the sundown.

Eating out

Eating at any of the restaurants and bistros in Denia is a sheer delight because the city has a reputation of impressive and delectable cuisines. To satiate the taste buds of every type of foodie, a plethora of restaurants are dotted throughout the city, which serves some of the best regional and international cuisines, including Mexican, Indian and Greek. From excellent tapas bars to seafood restaurants serving freshest selection of local produce, you’ll also find some of the best places to eat in Denia. Don’t miss out savouring the famous Denia prawns. There are more than 300 restaurants where you can sample delicious food along with enjoying the adorable sea or the mountains views. If you’re looking for good choice of tapas, head to Denia’s Calle Loreto Street. All tapas here serve amazing small tasty dishes, prepared using local produce such as prawns, tuna and hams or stroll through the streets of Calle Marques de Campo, where pavement cafes can be found in the wide, tree-lined boulevard.


When you’re holidaying in the charming city Denia make sure to indulge in some excellent retail therapy. Browse through a selection of shops, stores and markets that sell all high street essentials, clothes jewellery to bargain antiques, wines, and seafood, all in one place. Your shopping experience in the city would be incomplete if you do not pick up some amazing souvenirs and gifts on offer!

Go for a stroll around a local street market or spend a day doing some serious shopping at the modern malls, shops and branded outlets. The main street, Calle de Marques de Campo is the major shopping hub in the city, filled with boutiques and designer shops. You can also find local confectioners, offering delicious cakes and pastries to usual gift shops, selling traditional handicrafts, including ceramics and leather goods.

Fast Facts

  • Nearest airports: Alicante Airport
  • Flight time from UK: 2 hours 35 minutes
  • Transfer time from airport to Denia: 1 hour
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro



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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