La Posada Del Mar

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Plaza Drassanes no 2, Denia, Alicante Province, 03700, Spain
La Posada del Mar
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 26% more than other 4 star hotels

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Looking for cheap but OK accomodation and car rental in Denia/Javea

by BritInUS

I am a British citizen living in USA.
I am planning a trip to visit an elderly sick relative living in Javea
I will be coming around Sept 22nd for nearly 2 weeks.
Can you recommend cheap but OK accomodation.
Do I need to rent a car ? If so can you recommend the cheapest ?
I appreciate ANY advice you can give

RE: Looking for cheap but OK accomodation and car rental in Denia/Javea

by MarcyRosana

Hi Dave,

Try our holiday bungalow at Tropicana Park in Denia :
The bungalows are very decent, ideally situated and in a lovely surrounding.
Also, they are on the good side of Denia for you: near Las Rotas, close to the road from Denia to Javea.

My wife is from Denia, but we live in Belgium.
We rent our own holiday place all year around to European customers: mainly Belgians, Dutch, Brits, French and Spanish. Till now we have had very good feed back from the people staying at our place. (See our guest book on our website).

Also, since we've been so succesful, we are now also renting the holiday bungalows in Tropicana Park of a few friends of ours as well (mainly Spanish owners). So most of the time we have plenty of availability to offer.

Kind regards

Travel Tips for Denia

Take your time and relax.

by rachel_sun

When you have a meal,do not rush,expect to take all evening.Politness is still important in Spain and a hand-shake on greeting and departing is normal.Always begin a conversation with'Buenos Dias'(good morning)or 'Buenos Noches'(good afternoon) and say'Adios'(good-bye) when leaving.

It is bad manners to try and rush Spanish people...Do learn alittle Spanish,locals will apriaciate it.Do try the local foods too.Dont stick to chips.Paella is very tasty and the local Spanish wine is very good indeed.Goto a local supermarket and buy some food and drink.Don Simon wine is very cheap,0.95 euros,but surprizingly very good.
Goto a local market and buy great priced food and fresh fruit and veggies.

Enjoy all the lush plants all around this area.Try to hire a car and see this coastline as its safe to drive and very very scenic.I hired a car in feb for ?103 for 10 days from the airport,Alicante from Agruia cars.Petrol is fairly cheap and you should also goto see Gata De Gorges where basket weaving is very big and there are lots of great shops.

Style of food.

by rachel_sun about Along Costa and inland.

Along the coast you can eat a big variety of meals.International dishes.If you want to try traditional food and recipies you are better going to smaller restaurants and going inland abit.When i was in Costa Del Sol i saw people cooking sardines on the beach in boats.They were very tasty indeed and it was nice watching this at night along Fuengirola coast. Think my fav dish is Paella.Valencia is famous for its great paellas.They have a fiesta each year making giant paellas.Paella is a mixture of rice, seafood and garlic, sausages, beans and various herbs and spices.It is cooked a huge pan and bought to your table in it.You normally have to order it for mimimum of 2 people.It costs about £7 a head.You can get a seafood paella and a meat only paella if you dont like seafood and shellfish.Ive had both and like the meat one best.It had chicken and sausages instead of shellfish.It is very filling and very delicious.

Freshwater caves

by rachel_sun

Denia,with its long sandy beaches,mount Montgo and its castle is a great town.You can climb the Mount and on a clear day,see Ibiza,which is 100km away.Denia takes its name from a Roman temple to Diana.Denia is a growing industrial town, with wood,plastics and toy making being the main things as well as tourism.

Fondest Memory:
Here i am at the Cueva Agua Dulce(freshwater Cave) with its two lakes.These caves are just east of denia and a must see.They have a bar there too.Very peaceful and a welcome break from the hot sun.


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Address: Plaza Drassanes no 2, Denia, Alicante Province, 03700, Spain