Calle Loreto 12, Denia, Alicante Province, 03700, Spain
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Sunrise over Ibizia
Denia, Spain. A fallas sculpture.
Car we hired on last trip.£100 for 10 days.
airport to denia by bus
Hi all iam looking for any imfo on getting from Alicante airport/Denia by bus or train with cost and time taken kevc
Re: airport to denia by bus
From Alicante airport you can take bus no. 6 to the city center (30'). Ask the driver for the stop closest to the Mercado. Then you can take the tram from Alicante to Benidorm (50'), there you wait for 6' and take a train to Denia (1h 10'). For tram/train schedules: http://www.fgvalicante.com/
I've just seen that there is a bus from the airport to Benidorm (45'), there you can take the train to Denia. This way is shorter.
http://www.aena.es/ (select Alicante airport)
Be sure that your flight goes to Alicante airport (ALC), at El Altet. There is another airport nearby, at San Javier (Murcia), that is called sometimes "Alicante Sur".
Travel Tips for Denia
Check the website
Try the website. www.denia.net.
For all the travel and tourist information you will need. Information on weather for the forthcoming 6 days, fiestas, restaurants etc.
Just click on the language you want and there is a lot of information.
Denia has a huge choice of bars/eateries
Denia has a lovely seafront and some nice bars,restaurants too.This one was on a street corner,over looking a slabbed area with trees and benches.There is a seafront,then a promenade bit lined with palm trees.This was inbetween the two.The food here was very good and about the same price as home.Look for the seating and slabbed area near the promenade of palms and u will see it. They had a huge menu and a nice outside seating area and also a big inside bit.One day i had an icecream here for £3 and another day i had a tuna salad.I did have baked med veggies here and they were horrible, but everything else was pretty good.This restaurant which i cannot remember the name of was next to a roundabout and when you sat outside you could see down a traffic free piece of road where more seats were and people were eating etc.
North beaches are also really pretty.
The north beaches are also really nice.From Denia centre where the port and harbour is running north towards Oliva the coastline is flatter but still very pretty.Can can drive along and find loads of roads going right onto a number of great little beaches.I would say from the south where the road ends to the north there must be at least 10 miles of wonderful beaches.I enjoyed driving along the coast road from the port and pulling off where it says"Playa".Most roads have parking at the end and then you can access the beach.Some had a bar or two and a place to eat etc.As you drive along to Oliva the beach starts to turn from sand to pebbles.The main beach in Denia is very sandy and there are no buildings on the beach there as they are all on the other side on the road.Its only as you go further along the road towards Oliva that buildings are set on the beach.Most places along the beach are not too big and it looks quite natural.There are buildings for about 3 miles along the Denia to Oliva road and then they pitter out.Where my place is (Vergel)(Les Deveses) there are hardly no buildings at all.The beach there has only a couple of villas on the beach.But there is building about to start so i guess that will soon change.The nearest restuarant to my place is about half a mile called Bar Arizona.The beach there is wonderful and unspoilt and you can walk along for miles and the views along the coast are open and you can see forever.
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We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Hostal Loreto Denia
Address: Calle Loreto 12, Denia, Alicante Province, 03700, Spain