Denia- The Delightful Town in Costa Blanca
If you are feeling like you are tired from the city concrete and from the everyday routine and you just want to lay on a golden beach and gaze into the flamboyant nature, you ought to visit the heart of the Mediterranean – the beautiful coast line of Costa Blanca. On the north coast of Alicante province, nestled between the glorious mountains and cliffs you can find the exquisite town of Denia.
Denia is a fabulous town with a rugged landscape with cliffs jetting down to the sea. Denia is located 110 kilometers from Alicante and 20 kilometers from the city of Valencia, both with national airports. With a coastline of 90km Denia offers numerous hidden coast bays as well as vast and extensive sand beaches. Blessed with a geographical convenience, Denia enjoys pleasant and Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Approximately, 44 000 inhabitants but during the summer the population is increasing to 100 000 inhabitants.
To the south you can find the amazing shingle beaches. Going further south to the area the coastline becomes more wild and rugged, with coves, shingle beaches and inviting transparent water. Going northwards the landscape changes dramatically, the area Les Marines offers vast sandy beaches and impressive crystal and calm water. The geographical region and the windy weather are perfect for numerous recreational sports such as windsurfing and kite surfing.
When it comes to the accommodation, there is a wide array of Rental apartments and villas in Denia , Denia which is the perfect solution if you are visiting Denia with your family. From Denia’s Castle which takes back to Moorish times, you can contemplate spectacular views over the city and the nearby port. During your holiday you can hop one of the high speed ferries and visit the Balearic Islands regularly making the 45 miles journey to the island of Ibiza. Sitting parallel to the commercial marina you can find the old city port. Nearby is the promenade with traditional, fishing village spirit, with narrow streets. Wandering through the narrow and beautiful streets you can find a numerous restaurant where you can enjoy in traditional Spanish cuisine and try the numerous delightful dishes.
Walking throughout the promenade you can also find some of the popular and authentic cafes and bars. Denia is also a town with a rich historical value, regarding to the fact that the Denia’s castle was a residence to the Marquise of Denia. As is mentioned above, the landscape of Denia consist of big amount of mountains and the popular Montgo Mountain is the natural boundary between Denia and the popular old town Javea.
Denia is known as the cosmopolitan of Costa Blanca holidays. This delightful town is the jewel of the crown of Costa Blanca, offering a wide array of amazing beaches, splendid nature and rich historical treasure. Therefore, if you are heading up south, don’t forget to visit the amazing coast line of Costa Blanca and the amazing town of Denia.