Denia is renowned as one of the most beautiful places to spend a few weeks on the whole of the Costa Blanca, which is a huge claim. Located in Alicante, between Oliva and Javea, a holiday rental house in Denia is a delightful place for a Costa Blanca holidays, surrounded by vibrant colours, a friendly atmosphere and plenty of entertainment for couples of family holidays.
Things to do in Denia, Spain
Denia is best known for its magnificent water sports conditions. Surfers and sailing enthusiasts are often the first to ensure that they have secured accommodation in Denia for the summer, as water and wind conditions are very reliable. European Blue Flag beaches stretch for 20km on either side of Denia, so Denia holidays on the beach taking advantage of the prime location of Denia property are a great idea.
Upon your arrival in a Denia apartment or holiday rental house in Denia, the best place to start your exploration of the coast is the castle which stands prominently above the town, with beautiful views along the coast. The Museo Etnologico will give you a great understanding of the area too.
Denia is blessed with a multitude of sporting facilities. Sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, deep sea fishing, tennis, hiking, walking, go karting and golf (18 hole course) facilities are easily available in Denia too, so there should be no problem entertaining everyone on a family holiday.
Denia is home to one of the largest harbour in the region, and boat trips to Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera and Mallorca leave daily during the summer. Just behind the harbour is the traditional whitewashed centre of the town, next to the commercial district. Shopping in Denia is extensive and a genuine treat if shopping is your pleasure. There are top quality boutiques and clothes shops to be discovered and some unbeatable seafood and tapas restaurants. Taking a Denia holiday villa means that you can enjoy every aspect of a Denia holiday with ease.
Places to holiday in Denia, Spain
Javea is a beautiful, relaxing resort on the Costa Blanca, which despite having all the facilities, opportunities and culture of any of the larger resorts on the Costa Blanca, has managed to retain its charm. The main beach, Arenal, is considered to the safest and best suited for small children, and the mountains behind the town are ideal for walkers and mountain bikers during the late autumn and winter.
Weather in Denia, Spain
During the summer, temperatures in Denia can reach a remarkably warm 40?C regularly, meaning that villas with a pool in Denia are under great demand, and the beaches are a great asset. In winter, temperatures are very rarely below 8?C, making a Denia property the ideal base for walking holidays.
Travel to Denia, Spain
Both Valencia (VLC) and Alicante Airport (ALC) are within an hours drive of a self catering Denia holiday rental, so there should be no problem finding a cheap flight to Denia from anywhere in the world.