Las Marinas Km 3 S/N,, Denia, 03700, Spain
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along the port
Drinking beer in Denia
A shrine to chintz
Microwave that set my back £30.
Travel Tips for Denia
I've just got back from Spain(costa blanca) and went to the caves at Benidoleig.They are about 6 km from Denia.Well worth visiting.Our visit lasted around half an hour and was pleasant.There is parking outside and they have eerie music playing.You go into a shop to buy your entrance tickets.Which were 3 euros each.The caves open all year and open at 9am til dusk.Costa Blanca has loads of caves worth visiting.The shop also had a small snack bar with seating and gifts for sale.The entrance to the cave was a short walk up a wooden platform and you entered through a huge impressive metal gate.
Good take out food.
As like most people we dont like eating out every night so some nights like to have a takaway meal to eat back at our house.We saw a place that done takaway foods and went in.The man inside was friendly and we took alook at the menu.There were lots of things to pick.This place also had seating outside and we had a drink while our food was being cooked.It was not junk food but proper cooked meals to take out and the man was cooking them from fresh so we did not mind waiting.First time we had spag bol. It was 5 euros.The shop also sold wine, fresh bread, tins of food and a selection of meat and cheeses.We got the pasta home and it was very tasty.Very filling and well worth what we payed for it.Another night we went in and ordered a paella to take home.The man said it would take 20 mins and we had a drink while waiting.You can sit inside where there is a tv or sit outside where there are around 7 tables.You can eat there too if u care to.The paella came in a paella dish and the lady took 5 euros off us as a deposit which we would get back when we returned the dish.The paella was wonderful.Tasty, pipping hot and full of meat.8 euros a person it cost.Other foods they do are chicken curry, salads, chips,diff types of paella, tortillas, fresh bread,diff types of pasta etc.I enjoyed the food and will go back each time im in Denia.
"Tu Sabes Vivir"
Dénia Marina and the Montgo in background
Denia is located in a natural port on the slopes of Montgo (753m high). You will admire a pleasant hill crowned by a very ancient castle. The port serves as the division between the northern beaches, Les Marines, and the southern ones, Les Rotes.
Denia is 95 kilometres away from both Valencia and Alicante, both of which have international airports. The city also has daily maritime communication with Palma and Ibiza.
The last but not the least: do not forget that Spanish lunch time is around 2PM and dinner 10PM.