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Golf in Dénia

Golfers have a choice of two luxurious courses at La Sella and Oliva Nova. La Sella golf course is surrounded by the Montgó natural park. The course is divided into three rounds of nine holes. The 18-hole Oliva Nova golf course was designed by Seve Ballesteros and has 10 lakes amid beautiful palm trees.


Gastronomic Adventure

With more than 300 restaurants and bars, dining out in Dénia is a delight. As well as international cuisine, you can enjoy a tapas trail in the quaint bars in historic Calle Loreto, dining with a view in the marina, port, or restaurants along Las Rotas, or eating in the chic Els Magazinos gastronomic market.

Dénia has a thriving fishing fleet whose catch of the day is sold in the local fish market to restaurateurs and home diners. The prized Dénia prawn is a delicacy to be savored as well as local rice dishes and seafood.

Dénia has fine outdoor markets including the popular Monday market with stalls selling everything from clothes to pottery, and the Friday market for buying fresh local fruit and vegetables.


Natural Treasures

It’s no wonder so many people from different countries have fallen for Dénia’s natural charms. Dénia boasts 15kms of coastline with something for all beach lovers. To the north are fine sandy beaches while to the south are picture-perfect coves, caves, and cliffs. When you move to Dénia, you will enjoy a waft of fragrant oranges from the groves surrounding the town centre and can marvel at the magnificent Montgó natural park providing a magnificent backdrop to Dénia.


Dénia's Water Sports And Adventures

Discover Dénia during a scenic gentle walk along the expansive coastline or a hike up to the Cabo de San Antonio cove where you may see dolphins at play in the Mediterranean. There are also several hiking and cycling routes up the Montgó or follow the via verde - green route - amid the orange groves along the disused railway line between Dénia and Gandia.

Dénia is the perfect playground for water sports. When the wind blows, the colorful kite surfers head to the water. Or you can practice kayaking, surfing, stand-up paddle, sailing, scuba diving, and more.