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Apartments in Denia – City Centre Accommodation

Denia is a major passenger port located at the Valencian community and it is very near the Balearic Islands, offering a heavy dose of laidback Spanish lifestyle amongst the hustle and bustle of tourism. The quaint old town sits against a small hill topped with a rustic castle, providing a beautiful backdrop to the winding laneways and cute squares. Throughout the centre, the streets hum with activity, from shoppers ducking in and out of artisan stores and local shops, to revellers enjoying the mix of traditional restaurants and lively bars. To the north of Denia, sprawling sandy beaches offer a stunning setting to soak up the sun against, whilst rocky coves to the south paint a wild and rugged picture. We have a selection of apartments in Denia that can be found throughout the hodgepodge streets of the old town and look out over the spectacular beaches and beyond.

Beaches and Beautiful Scenery - Things to do in Denia

Though Denia is a fairly quiet town, there is still plenty to see and do, from historic monuments and architecture, to beautiful national parks and an excellent selection of beaches, bars, and restaurants. Our Denia apartments are dotted all around the town, so you’ll be able to find plenty to do right on your doorstep.

Enjoy the Traditional Spanish Lifestyle in Denia

Denia is still a very traditional Spanish town, with beautiful Spanish architecture, buzzing squares lined with restaurants and bars, and a timetable that’s strictly Spanish. As well as plenty of tapas bars dotted throughout town that serve small bites to eat alongside drinks, there are numerous other ways you can get to know the age-old Spanish culture.

Seeing a Flamenco performance is not only a fun way to experience one of Spain’s most cultural aspects, but it also provides the perfect way to pass an evening. Though you’ll be able to find a range of Flamenco performances throughout town, particularly on a weekend night, Condado is one of the best places to go. Whilst you’re watching a traditional Flamenco show you can tuck into a delicious multi-course Spanish meal. The backdrop is beautiful, too, made from a renovated building that oozes Spanish charm.

Our Denia apartments provide the perfect way to integrate into the traditional Spanish lifestyle. You can explore at your own pace with plenty of great things to see and do right at your fingertips.

Apartments in Denia – Denia Accommodation

Denia Accommodation

Denia accommodation is a mixed bag. Thanks to the sprawling beaches that flank much of the coastline, there are numerous holiday studios that overlook the sea as well as large hotels with swimming pools and spas. In the winding streets of the old town there are boutique hotels that rub shoulders with lively hostels, and guesthouses that are the epitome of old Spanish charm. Central apartments in Denia are one of the best ways to explore the town, as they place you right in the centre of all the action.

How to Spend the Perfect Day in Denia

Start your day by taking a stroll through the old town and checking out some of the shops, stores, and galleries that line the streets. You can pick up a souvenir or two and head to the market where you can haggle for locally made goods and really get into the spirit of local Spanish living.

Afterwards, head to the beach, where you can kick back for a couple of hours and soak up the sun. If you’re feeling active you can go for a swim in the warm waters, or try your hand at some adventurous water sports like kayaking or wakeboarding. When you get peckish there are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat while still enjoying spectacular views of the coastline.

When the sun begins to set, head to the Marina to enjoy a cocktail or two overlooking the ocean. Here, you can reflect on the calm and peaceful ambiance of the town before going out for dinner along the seafront. Whether you’re on the hunt for traditional tapas or something a little more international, there are plenty of places where you can tuck into a delicious menu. Then you might want to enjoy another drink in one of the old town’s quaint bars or pubs with the locals.

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