Dénia is the capital of the administrative division of La Marina Alta and is situated in an enviable location on the Costa Blanca: in the north of Alicante province, between the cities of Alicante and Valencia (91 Km. from Alicante and 103 Km. from Valencia, approximately).
The visitor, who comes to Dénia, at any time of the year, can combine the calm of this seafaring town with an in-depth discovery into its culture, fiestas and gastronomy. Dénia is highly recognized for its exquisite cuisine where tradition and innovation converge, not in vain Dénia was declared Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO in December 2015.
Historically, the privileged location of Dénia has converted the city into a settlement of different cultures. The Iberians, the Romans, the Muslims and the Christians have all left their mark on this city.
To complete your stay in Dénia, do not forget the broad range of open air activities that can be practiced in its natural spaces of great ecological value like the Natural Park of Montgó, miles of sandy beaches and rocky coves at the Marine Reserve of San Antonio’s cape.
|Name:||Pepa Cardona Martorell|
|Position:||Jefa Servicio Turismo|
|Total Number of Hotels:||14|
|Total Number of Rooms:||—|
|Número Total de Plazas:||1968|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (theater):||1495|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (cocktail):||620|
Capacity of the largest meeting room