Denia is a natural paradise of beautiful beaches and coves embedded along the coast, interesting marine life,  and scenic moutainous areas with Montgó and the Cape of San Antonio.

Staying in one of our villas for rent in Denia is an opportunity for a wonderful holiday in one of the prettiest Costa Blancan towns 

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During your holiday in Denia, you can profit from 20 kilometres of the province of Alicante's charming coastline. Denia is characterized by golden sand beaches in the north, and rustic rocky creeks in the south.

Les Marines / Punta del Raset


Beach with vegetation and some dunes. Close to the port of Denia and perfect to practice sports like volleyball, windsurfing or kitesurfing.

Las Marinas / Les Marines


This is one of the most popular beaches of Denia. It is extensive and very close there is a sailing port. There is possible service and it is situated close to number of urbanizations.

Les Marines / Les Bovetes


Beach with quiet water, perfect to practice valleyball or to skate. There are numbers of touristic servicces and some special service for disabled.

Les Marines / Els Molins


This is one of the most popular beaches of Denia. There are usually many people who want to practice windsurfing, kitesurfing or other water sports. Here you can have some water sport clases.


Denia has a range of festivities and events throughout the year for enjoying the culture of the area to the full during your holiday. The Moors and Christians religious festival takes place in February and is always accompanied by street concerts and competitions. In line with Valencia's tradition, Denia also hosts its own Fallas festival during March, a pinnacle event in the Valencian agenda and a huge part of Valencia's culture. Across the whole region of Alicante the San Juan Bonfires on 23rd June is a huge celebration with fires at the beaches, fireworks, and music. However, arguably the most important festival in Denia is the Bous a la Mar in June.

Bous a la Mar

These celebrations are declared as National Tourism Interest. People who participate in this festivity try to make a bull come from the main square to the beach and dip it in the seawater. This is a great attraction for those who like risk. Besides, in this period in Denia there are lots of other interesting things to do. The program includes lots of shows, performances and concerts. For sure you won´t get bored!



Denia Highlights

Narrow winding streets with Arabic imprint, traces of modernism that inidcate the commercial essence that was characteristic of Denia at the time, the old neighborhoods of Les Roques and Baix the Sea ... all examples of the cultural heritage which wins over the hearts of Denia's visitors and which you could discover whilst renting a villa there. Museums and monuments such as the neoclassical City Hall, the Fortified House of Benitzaina or the old boatyards construct the map of the city along with important Iberian and Roman sites, ancient walls and towers which exhibit Denia's history. Food is, of course, an essential part of any trip and town, as it says so much about its roots and identity. In Denia, the best way to combine cuisine and mediterranean essence is to go to the harbour area and taste the magnificent rice and fish for which the town is so famous. Denia has natural treasures such as the beautiful Montgó mountain which is a great site for hiking, walking or cycling and the Cape of San Antonio, a 160 metre tall cliff with spectacular views of the coast. Of course, the coastline is another of Denia's natural highlights with remote coves, sandy beaches, and rocky areas too. Scuba diving is a popular activity there, as are the boat trips to Cova Tallada.

How to get there

You can get to Denia via various forms of transport depending on your budget and preferences.

By plane

Denia is served by two airports: Alicante and Valencia.

By train

There is a regular train service which runs between Alicante and Denia.

By car

To access Denia by car, follow the AP7 toll road along the Mediterranean coast. The AP7 runs parallel with the N332 motorway. Muchosol offers accommodation with parking facilities and so if you choose to travel by car be sure to check that you choose one of our properties with parking so that you do not have to worry about trying to find a parking space on arrival.

By bus

Alsa and Autores offer regular bus services to Denia.

By boat

Thanks to companies such as Acciona, Iscomar and Balearia, you can also reach Denia by boat from the Balearic Islands.

Denia, peaceful yet sprinkled with activities, a town that lives at the rythm of nature.