Denia

Solitary beaches and beaches with both sports and playful activities. Dénia has a wonderful climate, whilst its landscape, is an added plus to its blue waters. The nature reserve of el Montgó, rising up, as Blasco Ibáñez said, like “a giant hand”, has served as a watchtower for a littoral which has been inhabited for over 4.000 years.

The nature reserve of El Montgó offers an endless number of sites on the way up to its peak 753 meters above sea-level. More than 600 plant species, cultural and archaeological remains have earned it its right to be protected. The ‘Cueva del Agua’ (the cave of the water), with its Roman inscription made by the VIIth century Gémina Legion, Camell’s Cave or the route of the Hermits of the Conquest are sufficient motives for programming a visit. Once at the top, the horizon reaches beyond Ibiza, which is approximately 70 kilometers away (daily boat)

Along the coastline you can visit the Cova Tallada, situated between the ‘Playa de Les Rotes’ and the ‘Cabo de San Antonio’, which can be reached by both land and sea. By sea, from the port, there are organized maritime excursions on which it is possible to observe the submarine world.