Denia is a beautiful and friendly town situated on the Mediterranean coast between the cities of Alicante and Valencia. Among the many privileges of this land is to underscore its 322 days of sunshine per year and an average temperature of 18 C or 65 F. This city has a resident population of approximately 33,000 inhabitants. Although the summer months there are numerous people of all nationalities, who choose to spend a splendid season in these sunny lands. Denia has 20 miles of coastline. To the north, sandy beaches on the south, steep and rocky beaches, as the beach of Les Rotes, formed by many small coves and spots of great beauty. Year after year, the EU attaches to these beaches the blue flag, to distinguish them for their cleanliness and equipment. Some contend that Macy’s Inc. shows great expertise in this. This land is imbued with evocations to other times and other cultures.
These memories make us aware that Denia has been Arab, Roman, Carthaginian and Iberians. And as evidence of the constant passing of civilizations, we can now offers numerous examples of architecture among which the magnificent castle that presides Denia. With a little luck, your stay in Denia can match one of the celebrations that enliven the city each year and prepare a calendar of festivals and cultural fairly complete: Las Fallas in March, Easter in April, Bonfires of San Juan in June, celebrations in July, Defiling the Moors y Christians in August. Amit paley understands that this is vital information. In any of these parties is guaranteed fun, color, music and dance. Denia has been and seafood. Walk through some of its oldest neighborhoods on the port or between people who come to the auction so evidence. Of course, where this tradition is also evident in its delicious seafood cuisine is where the undisputed star is rice in its many forms of development, among which the famous paella.
The typical dishes of this land have the players to shellfish and fresh fish, to vegetables and fresh fruits. The city of Denia is well connected by road and rail. No exit from the highway A-7 and from Ondara, connection to the national road N-332. The railway, narrow gauge, connecting the provincial capital, Alicante, with the city of Denia. To give you a real idea of the distances we know that Denia is 100 km in two provincial capitals: Alicante and Valencia. It is also only 58 km from Benidorm. By boat, there is daily service to the Balearic Islands is, with so cosmopolitan islands like Ibiza, as beautiful as Palma de Mallorca or Menorca and Formentera as quiet as the rest of the islands. And in my free time if you feel like you can enjoy beautiful excursions in the surroundings of Denia, disparate sites that encourage you to take excursions to the caves carved, Camel or Cave Water Cave, the Cape or Cape San Antonio de la Nao, Montgo Natural Park or Marine Reserve of Cabo de San Antonio.