c/ La Sardina 11, Crta Les Marines, Km 0.5, Denia, Alicante Province, 3700, Spain
More about Denia
Denia bus station
Me on the pier
Beautiful table i bought.
We will be visiting Denia (renting an apartment) for 2 months in the off season. As we will not have a car, I am wondering how easy it is to get taxis in Denia? Also, how accessible is the bus system? Are there any places to rent, or buy a cheap, bike?
Thanks for any input!
Re: getting around
At www.denia.net you can find that interms of buses you have:
ALSA_Enatcar - National coaches to Madrid, Barcelona, Murcia, Granada, almería, Málaga, Algeciras, Sevilla, Córdoba, Albacete, Tarragona, Valladolid, León, Oviedo and Gijón.
ALSA_Ubesa - Coaches to Valencia and Alicante
Autobuses Carrió - Coaches to Jávea, Ondara, Vergel, Beniarbeig, Sanet, Benimeli, Ráfol, Sagra, Tormos, Orba, Parcent, Alcalalí and Jálon.
Autobuses Dénia - Buses running within the city centre area, along the beaches (Marinas, Costa de la Calma, Rotas) and to the Hospital.
Autocares Esteve - Buses to Vall de Laguart, Pedreguer and Benidoleig
Bus Jove - Free Night bus : Saturdays from 01:00 am to 06.00 am every hour.
With all this it should be pretty easy to find a solution when you want to go somewhere.
Travel Tips for Denia
Time of Year
Denia is a really fun city but try to go in the fall or earlier. I'm sure it's much busier than the winter but it's probably much livelier. The beaches in Denia are fantastic and there are many great car rides to be had in the scenic area.
Beautiful view and parrots too!
On the beachfront in the Las Brisas area of Denia about 3.5km outside the town.
The restaurant is set on the beach. You can eat on the patio area, just under cover or inside the restaurant itself. at the back of the undercover area are several colourful parrots which make for a noisy and lively meal.
You can just have a drink, snack or a full meal. We have just had sandwiches and salads and have also eaten inside having 3 courses with wine. Mussels in a sauce.
Beef entricote in a pepper sauce
All the food is really tasty and well prepared and presented.
Denia Town Hall
The most impressive building in Denia has to be the Town Hall.Romans have put inscriptions on the front on it and on the steps that lead upto the castle.The view from the castle grounds is amazing.I enjoyed sitting in the castle grounds enjoying the views along the coast and port.The Town Hall was built around the 16th century and in a Gothic style.The building has been lovingly restored.Opposite the hall is a church.It was built around 1604 by the Duke of Lerma.Then there is another church which was built in 1734 and has an impressive inside.High altar and beautiful sculptures etc.Esteve Bonet made them and are well worth looking at.In the church is a wonderful carving of a 16th century Virgin.The vestry holds a great collection of ornaments which i enjoyed looking round too.
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We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Daniya Hotel Denia
- Daniya Denia Hotel Denia
Address: c/ La Sardina 11, Crta Les Marines, Km 0.5, Denia, Alicante Province, 3700, Spain