Our most precious treasure

If you have never visited the city, here are six interesting facts:

-It has 20 kilometers of coastline. You can choose between sandy beaches, pebble beaches or rocky coves. There is something for everyone.

-The municipality is bounded in part by the Natural Park of Montgó, which is crowned by a cross known as “La Creueta”, which you can reach through several hiking trails.

-You can visit theCastle, theToy Museum or theEthnological Museum and stroll through its historic center, largely pedestrianized.

-It is the closest peninsular point to the Balearic Islands. From here you can take a ferry to Ibiza and Mallorca.

-In 2015 it was named Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO. Its more than three hundred restaurants will delight the most demanding palates.

– It is the capital of La Marina Alta, a region full of charming places and villages thanks to its beautiful coastline and unique valleys.

Dénia, gastronomic city

It is not surprising that the Mediterranean diet is considered one of the best in the world, especially when the UNESCO recognizes Denia as the Creative City of Gastronomy.

Where the best products of the sea and the Valencian orchard merge between the stoves of some of the most renowned chefs in the world.

The Marina Alta, our region

The Marina Alta is a coastal region, the northernmost of the province of Alicante. It has a rather complex orography, as it is crossed by numerous mountains, valleys and a very rugged coastline.
There are numerous cliffs, coves and headlands to be found in these lands.