The Beaches

As for the beaches, they stretch for 20 kilometres either side of Denia and are constantly winning the European Blue Flag for safety and cleanliness.

The area normally enjoys 320 days of sunshine a year with an average temperature of 19C - so what better place to be than down at the beachfront? With 20 kilometres of seafront, Denia has enough sand and space to keep everyone happy. No matter how many tourists head for the sea in the summer, the beaches never get overcrowded. And there are different beaches to suit everyone - endless stretches of flat sandy beach, rocky coves and tiny bays hidden among the cliffs.

The sandy beaches start in the centre of Denia, down near the ferry terminal, and stretch for miles northwards - the beaches of Les Marines, Les Bovetes, Les Deveses and Els Palmars provide an ideal family day out. The waters are clean and safe, patrolled by lifeguards during high season and boasting the European Blue Flag for water quality.

All Denia's main beaches have the full benefits of foot showers, sunshades and beds to hire and a generous sprinkling of beach "chiringuitos" - beach bars selling alcoholic and soft drinks, ice creams and snacks. Bars and restaurants of every price and persuasion line the seafront so you've always got somewhere to go when the going gets hot. And there are times when it can push 40C here!

There are plenty of beach-based activities both on and off the water. There are climbing frames, volleyball nets and huge expanses of spare beach set well back from the sea - ideal for football and other team sports.

You can hire sail boats, dinghies and pedaloes. Go fishing from the rocks at Les Rotes which also provide the perfect environment for snorkelling and scuba diving.

The wealth of Mediterranean marine life makes these waters perfect for diving. Contact Aquatic Denia for advice and equipment (Tel + 34 964425215).

Contact us on 01435 866 912

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