Denia's Attractions and Culture

Denia's focal point is its impressive 16th century castle which dominates the town from a height of 58 metres. You can park on the outskirts of the town and walk through a tunnel under the castle into the main shopping centre.

Head for the main central street, Calle Marques de Campo, named after the Marquis of Denia, who used to reside in the castle. This is a wonderful place to sit and people watch - a Parisian-style tree lined avenue peppered with street cafes on both sides.

Shopping in Denia is a sheer delight. Besides offering all the high street essentials, there are top of the range clothes shops with designer wear for both men, women and children and beautiful gift shops specialising in the unusual and exquisite (we're not talking sticks of rock and giant sombreros here!)

A myriad of restaurants offers some of the best regional and international cuisine on the Costa Blanca. There are some great tapas bars, seafood restaurants with a mouth watering selection of produce fresh from local waters, Indonesian, Mexican, Italian and Greek restaurants.

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