Ctra de las Marinas, Denia, 03700, Spain
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Roast beef was wonderful
Halfway up the castle
Beach bar near our house.
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Lets catch a ferry to Ibiza at Denia port
I enjoyed going into the local supermarket and buying a selection of meats , pates and sausages etc.I do like to try the local foods and am not frightened of trying anything really.I loved the tasty sausages and pates.They are not really that big here in England and it was nice seeing the vast selection in Spain in the local supermarkets.The sausage i bought was very garlicy and the pate very rich.I also tried the local wines of course ;-).I was going to goto Denia market which is held on Fridays but was ill so did not have the chance.But on my next trip im going to goto the market and buy some food from there rather than from the supermarket.
Im going to try the black rice dish next too as it looks very strange .
Two good restaurants close together
The photo shows Hellos and its great setting.About a 2 min walk South from Hellos is another good restaurant.Mena is more of a proper restaurant than Hellos as Hellos is more rustic.I went to Mena and had a wonderful paella.You can sit inside or out and it also is set right next to the beach.South Denia has a rocky coastline as well as sancy.The walk along the south prom has sandy and just before Hellos it turns rocky.Mena was a comfy restaurant and the food was exellent.People were welcoming and the paella was fantastic. We had house wine with bread and paella and then hubby had ice cream for afters.Vino de la casa tinto(wine of the house red) was great at 5 euros and he had 2 coffees which were 1.5 euros each.The menu here was extensive and sensible prices.We had a two course meal with wine and coffee for about £7 per person or 12 euros each.I felt relaxed and would go back.Food was good and service was good and views from the outside seating were beautiful.
Denia, Costa Blanca, Spain
"Spanish working town"
Denia is my favourite of the towns in this area of Spain. It is very much a working town, a Spanish holiday resort, and always lively throughout the year. It is a working fishing port; ferries leave here daily for the Balearics and the beaches nearby, particularly going north out of the town are fantastic.
Visit the castle, and just walk the streets and soak up the Spanish atmosphere.
Visit during Fallas.....probably the biggest fiesta in Denia...every year for a week leading up to March 19th
"View over the Port and Marina from the castle"
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We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Bahia Azul Hotel Denia
Address: Ctra de las Marinas, Denia, 03700, Spain