Excellent location, the house is situated in a small family development consisting of 5 apartments with direct access to the sandy beach 'Las Marinas', located 50 m (one minute walk). At 700 m from the town of Denia.
Nearby, just 100 m, have supermarket, bakery, newspapers and several restaurants.
Nice park 'Les Basetes'.
Denia is located approximately 100 km from two large cities Valencia and Alicante.
BEACH AND TRAILS
Denia has 20 km of beaches. To the north, in the area of Las Marinas, spacious and sandy and south, in the area of Alicante, the beach of La Marineta Cassiana is adjacent to a succession of coves that extend to the town of Javea. Denia has also developed an extensive infrastructure of maritime and sporting activities that cover every expectation, from quiet boat trips to adventure sports, in addition to sailing and diving courses. The promenade from the marina to the Broken is very attractive and may be done on foot or by bicycle. From the port of Denia to Ibiza go fast boats (2h. Ride), Palma de Mallorca and Formentera.
The Montgo Natural Park of 2 117 hectares, culminating in an impressive massif of 753 m. Its proximity to the sea causes a sharp decline and a significant visual impact on the visitor. The park is home to over 650 plant species and allows the observation of birds such as the eagle, owls and falcons. The Montgo has been inhabited since the Paleolithic caves and found significant archaeological remains. At Eagle Peak the site of an Iberian settlement of s is preserved. IV a. C. There are several hiking trails and bike from the upper slopes and the views are magnificent. Starting from Capsades can directly undertaken the climb Montgo.
THE GOLF STAMPS. 27 holes. Par 72 These are three 9-hole courses with varying degrees of difficulty and with the names of the winds of its geographical position. At some points along the sea views are spectacular and the Montgo.
OLIVA NOVA GOLF. 18 holes. Par 72 Its main feature is that in 15 of the holes the water comes into play. Technical Field, gently undulating terrain, easy gait.
.OCIO AND CULTURE
Denia is located in a bay and natural harbor, at the foot of the Montgo and historical past shows old neighborhoods as'Les Roques'o `Baix the Mar'. The streets that lead down to the Moorish castle Modernista Quarter of the city that still retains the palaces and houses of the bourgeoisie of the s. XIX. Monuments, museums, churches and chapels of Conquest worth a visit, in the Market the fishing port you can buy fresh fish daily and seasonally, the famous red shrimp from Denia. It's really nice to come in the morning interesting Municipal Market with stalls selling traditional fresh produce.
Denia's climate is especially mild and gentle with a mean of 20 ° C per year. In winter, daytime temperatures range between 13th-19th and in the warmer months between 25th-30th. This means that the number of visitors is constant throughout the year and so, the city has developed a permanent, high quality commercial infrastructure. The choice of good restaurants and bars'tapas' is very large both in the town and district of fishermen, and the new Marina of Marina and the elegant residential area of Las Rotas. The nightlife also has a wide variety clubs, bars and live music.
The cuisine is excellent. Based on the Mediterranean diet, the cuisine of the region is specialized in rice, fish and seafood. Among the dishes, it is worth noting Denia red prawn, la Cazuela Marinera (Suquet), salt fish and baked vegetables.
Denia is one of Spanish Municipalities with the largest number of local festivals in the country. Fallas, Bonfires of San Juan, and festival Moors and Christians, are some that are held throughout the year. Shopping is also interesting; highlights the leather footwear industry for its good quality. Weekly (Monday and Friday) there are street markets. The Friday is a trail of antiques and curios. In summer, a craft market is installed in the fishing port, next to the Lonja.
From Denia you can visit the cities of Valencia and Alicante, an hour drive by motorway and towns along the coast and inland. Jávea, Altea, Calpe, Guadalest and Alcoy are some of the more marked.