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.
Fondest memory: The beaches in Denia are fantastic and there are many great car rides to be had in the scenic area.
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.
Try and learn the language. It really will help even if its only the basics.
As Denia is not a really busy tourist resort for the British, there are a lot of places and situations where you do need to learn a little of the language. So do a course, listen to tapes, look on the internet or just buy a phrase book. It really is appreciated that you have taken the time, and also there will be times when the person you are speaking to just doesnt speak English - you are in Spain after all!
Learn the numbers, how to ask for things, to ask for the bill, say please and thank you. Just give it a go!
Fondest memory: Being part of a different country and culture.
Whilst during the Festival of Fires I took this photo of one of the girls in the parade on the final day. My Mama and I sat by the side of the street for about three hours watching the processions from all the twelve districts pass by.
With virtually all the town dressed up or playing in the band the atmosphere was incredible. Everyone was happy and proud to be a part of this big day in Denia's calendar.
Fondest memory: This picture sticks in my mind more than anything else from that holiday.
I think it was engrained on my soul like the image is engrained on the negative.
Favorite thing: When in Denia make an effort and get up early for the sun coming up over the Baleric Islands the town is so peaceful at this time ,and the view is just spectacular