Dive into Dénia
Dénia is quick and easy to get to, just a short two and half hour flight from the UK to Alicante and then an hour until you're on the beach or swimming in the clear waters of the Med.
When you're sitting outside your favourite waterside bar, all you have to do is decide what to do next. It might not be such an easy decision; there are so many fascinating places to see and things to do in and around town.
Like many people from across Europe who have been drawn to Dénia, once you visit you're bound to be enchanted by the place, the atmosphere and the lifestyle.
Many more reasons to like Dénia
Reason One: Dénia has 13 sandy beaches where you can splash about or float in the sea and the water is great for snorkelling too.
Reason Two: There's so much to do, from bingo to windsurfing, you can swing your tennis racket or golf club and canter through lush scenery on the back of a horse.
Reason Three: From designer shops on the tree lined Calle de Marques de Campo to the bohemian stalls on the Esplanade, shopping here is a pleasure and good value too.
Reason Four: The climate is perfect, days are generally warm and dry here; in fact you can rely on 320 days of sunshine each year.
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Dénia's 20 km of beautiful beaches and sunny climate have enticed people from all over Europe, many of whom have chosen to settle here.
It’s a short flight from the UK to either Alicante or Valencia airports and you can take your pick from a choice of bargain flights.
Once you’ve arrived, there’s a lot to see and do, from great shopping on the Calle de Marques to a round of golf at a championship course and any water sport you can name.
There are also pub quiz nights, bingo sessions and bohemian market stalls set up each evening on the Esplanade and when you fancy a change of scene, you can just hop on a ferry from the harbour to Ibiza and Mallorca and do some island hopping.
Closer to home, there’s a great choice of beaches in Dénia.
There are 13 lovely beaches along Dénia’s 20 km coastline.
The sandy, clean Blue Flag beaches of Les Marines and Les Bovetesare great for sunbathing and water sports like windsurfing and sailing. They’re also good, safe beaches for small children.
On the southern Les Rotes beaches, older children, and adult big kids, will enjoy fishing for crabs in the dark, deep rock pools or finding some perfect sea urchins – they’re a local delicacy.
Many of the beaches have been adapted to make them accessible for anyone with mobility difficulties. Els Molins and La Punta del Raset beaches have amphibian wheelchairs and volunteers on hand so anyone can take a dip in the Med.
If you’re interested in diving, San Antonio’s natural marine reserve is a paradise for scuba diving with a colourful surreal seascape hidden deep in the turquoise waters.