Denia is a green oasis on Costa Blanca in Spain. Denia is located between Alicante and Valencia on the Spanish Mediterranean coast.
Denia has fantastic white sandy beaches. Denia has 20 kilometers coastline. North of the city centre in Denia you find the beaches Les Marines, L'Almadrava, Les Dehesa, Les Bovetes and Els Palmars. These beaches are all long, wide and shallow and the sand is fine. Windsurfing and nightlife in Denia are concentrated around the area Les Marines or also known as Las Marinas.
The coastline south of Denia is known as Les Rotes. Les Rotes in Denia is full of small coves and the area is rocky and untouched. The area is perfect for underwater fishing and diving.
Denia has almost 30 000 inhabitants. Denia city is surrounded by orchards with large plantations of citrus trees, almond trees and grape vines.
Denia is located at the foot of the mountain Montgó. You get a great view from the top of the mountain, if you dare to get there: It will take you between four and five-hours walking. From the beach in Denia you can see all the way to Ibiza when the weather is clear. There are ferries from Denia to the Balearic Islands Majorca and Ibiza.