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Denia Costa Blanca

 

Read this short review of Denia, a beautiful coastal resort on the northern Costa Blanca, Spain.


Review of Denia

 

Located in the extreme north of the Costa Blanca region, the coastal town of Denia is one of the areas best loved holiday destinations. Boasting some twenty kilometres of coastline, featuring bays, pretty coves and beaches, Denia is an ideal location for a holiday in the sun.

If you like to catch up on local culture whilst travelling, then you will find plenty to interest you in Denia, as its story goes back to prehistory when it was settled by Greeks, Phoenicians, Romans and Moors. Its famous castle was constructed by the Moors during the 11th century and has been much remodelled over the ensueing centuries. Denia castle is now home to an Archaeological Museum, a good place to check up on the town's history.

There are plenty of beaches in the Denia area, if relaxing in the sun is your 'thing', many have been awarded 'Blue Flag' status for cleanliness and safety.

Denia is also a good place to take a ferry to the Balearic Islands, with services to Ibiza, Mallorca and Formentera.

Denia can be reached from the N-332 coast road or from the AP-7 motorway.

 

 

 

 

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