Picturesque nature and local food that impresses the taste buds are all about Denia
Picturesque nature and local food that impresses the taste buds are all about Denia. This ancient coastal town is situated in the northern part of Costa Blanca. Tourists come here to bathe in the clearest sea, relax and sunbathe on the comfortable sandy beaches and breathe in the refreshing Mediterranean air. There are six beaches in the town, all of which have been awarded the Blue Flag for their high standards: Les Deveses, Punta Raset, Els Molins, Les Bovetes, Marineta Casiana and Les Marines. Apart from the beaches, there are also many beautiful small coves.
One of the key reasons to visit Denia is the food. In 2015 the town was awarded the honorary title of the Gastronomic Capital of Spain. Local cafés and restaurants offer a variety of culinary delights from Mediterranean cuisine.
A particularly popular attraction is the castle, which was built by Arabs back in the 11th century. It offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the sea scenery. A stroll through the historic center of the town will bring you into contact with the history of the town, as well as with its energy.
Residential property in Denia is bought for your own permanent residence or as a holiday home. It is also good value for money to invest in and to rent out to tourists. There are not many hotels in the town, so visiting travelers rent accommodation from locals. The demand increases especially during the holiday season. The accommodation purchased will pay for itself in the future and will be profitable as property values tend to rise.