Denia Montgo

Located in the base of the Montgó natural park and crowned by its Islamic Castle, there is Denia, a beautiful and colourful town that offers the tourist,

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an historic, cultural and gastronomic patrimony and a typically privileged Mediterranean climate, its 20km of beach, at the north, fine sand beaches and clear low deep waters; to the south "Les Rotes" beach, conformed by rocks that at the end of Cabo san Juan, are transformed in cliffs with small bays of cold water product of the sweet waterfalls which come from the Montgó natural park. For the aquatic sports fans, Denia has a sporting marine and a nautical yacht club where it is possible to practice kayak, sail and rent boats. It is also possible to practice windsurf and scuba diving, mainly in the "Cova Tallada", Les Rotes and the Cabo San Antonio marine reserve. For those who prefer other kind of sports, there is an 18 hole golf course, SPA´s and tennis courts. The hikers could enjoy the marvellous routes of the mountains in Denia and its surroundings. We recommend visiting the Montgó natural park, located between Denia and Jávea townships. In addition to its nature, you can find an exceptional atmosphere in Denia from day through night, with its traditional festivals full of colouring, music and tradition:

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  • Fallas(March 15-19)
  • St. John Bonfire (22-24 June)
  • Santisima Sangre (2nd. Saturday through 3rd. Sunday of July)
  • Moors and Christians Parade (August 14-18)
  • Pilgrimage of Santa Lucia (December 13)
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Close to Denia, you will find different leisure offers, where people of all ages will enjoy the same way. The thematic parks as TERRA MITICA, TERRA NATURA, MUNDO MAR, AQUALANDIA, The Art and Cience City and The Oceanographic could be a good choice for a complete day tour. Cultural activities as dance, theatre and painting can also be found in the city, most of all in summer time when they are more frecuent. Other places of interest are: Denia's Castle, San Juan and Santa Paula hermitages and the Archaeological and Ethnological Museum.