Ferry tickets to Denia
Denia is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, due to its special recipes and fishing tradition.

Denia, UNESCO’s food paradise

The busy port in the Mediterranean Sea is a bridge that connects the Spanish mainland to the Balearic Islands. The coastal city belongs to the province of Alicante and is part of the Autonomous Community of Valencia. The city’s special recipes together with its fishing tradition have made it a UNESCO City of Gastronomy.
If you want to travel to Denia by boat, book ferry tickets fast and easy through Let’s Ferry.

Attractions in Denia
Denia’s Castle (Castell de Dénia) where constructions started in the 11th century and finished somewhere in the 15th.
• If you want to see a different side of Denia, visit the Castle’s Tunnel (Túnel del Castell). It was built during the Spanish Civil War to protect the residents from bombings.
• At the Toy Museum of Denia (Museo del Juguete de Denia) you will see toys made of wood and metal from 1904 until the ‘60s.

View from the Denia's castle

View from the Denia's castle

Beaches in Denia

• The Platja de les Marines is a 2 km long sandy beach with no sunbeds or umbrellas.
• The Punta del Rase, also known as Cagarritar, is a vibrant beach, 20 m from the port. It’s a kids-friendly spot, with many water sport facilities.
• The Playa Les Albaranes is a sandy organized beach with beach volley and beach soccer fields.
• The Playa Les Bovetes is a beach with a handful of Blue Flag awards. It’s organized, long and very popular.

Denia, Costa Blanca

Denia, Costa Blanca

Activities in Denia

• Hiking at the Mount Mongto, Denia’s Natural Park. See rare fauna and flora species, as well as eagles, owls and rabbits.
Eat Cigalas (crayfish), at a fish tavern at the port. Another popular dish is dried octopus (pulpo seco).
• Paella is Spain’s national plate. In Denia you can have it with a twist: Fideua, a noodle-based paella.
• Have a refreshing visit at the aqua park Parques Acuáticos Denia. Enjoy water sports and floating games on a sandy beach.

The old town of Denia

The old town of Denia

Access to Denia
: You can reach the port by car, ferry, bus or train. Alicante’s airport is 84 km away and Valencia’s airport is 88 km away.
Valencia is 106 km away. Denia to Valencia is 75 minutes by car and 1 hour and 45 minutes by bus.
Murcia is 170 km away. Denia to Murcia is 1 hour and 45 minutes by car.
Madrid is 450 km away. Denia to Madrid is 4,5 hours by car.

Only in Denia: The Bonfires of Saint John (Les Fogueres de Sant Joan) in Alicante is an International Tourist festival. It takes place every year in Alicante starting on the 20th of June until St. Peter’s Day on the 29th. The ritual is centered around fire where residents burn objects that they don’t need any more, thus celebrating the beginning of the summer solstice. The main event takes place on the 24th of June, on Saint’s John Baptist Day, with fireworks and a parade with satirical statues. Every night of the festival, an amazing firework show takes place at Prostiguet beach.

Information about the port of Denia

The port is connected to Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca and Formentera in Spain.
Facilities at the port of Denia: Free Wi-Fi, taxis, cafe, restaurant, tickets office, WC, WC for the disabled, waiting lounge, playground, ΑΤΜ, paid parking. There is no charge for the first 45 minutes of parking.

Useful phones, Denia
Port: +34 966 42 82 40
Hospital: +34966429000
Police: +34965783851

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