Twenty kilometres of coastline, with secluded beaches and beaches with sport and leisure activities, Dénia hasrocky coves and large expanses of sand. . In terms of its scenery, as an added value to the blueness of its waters, there is a natural park, El Montgó, which, in the words of Blasco Ibáñez, stands as a “giant’s hand” or as a watchtower over a coastline that has been inhabited for more than 4,000 years.
However, this wonderful enclave of the Costa Blanca has more to offer. Its heritage recounts its historical glory, in which it was a hero, as well as its transformation into a modern city, in which entertainment and recreation hold a prominent place.