Holiday residents use it as a gateway to the coast of Alicante. Cheat more. It is a successful town with golden beaches and wonderful parks with the option of shopping for pulse racing. With its mountain top castle, magnificent churches and charming old quarter, Spain's attractive heritage is combined with modern culture.
Visit the Museum of 20th Century Art La Insured in Alicante
There is never a more careful marriage of old and new than in this amazing art gallery. One of the most important collections of contemporary Spanish art in the 17th century. It is housed in an elegant century-old grenade. Admission is free and you will find paintings by Dali, Cocteau, Picasso, Miro and Bacon. Don't miss it.
A unique shopping space in Spain
Walk with colorful, multi-colored walkways. Spain of Spain. Take in outdoor craft merchandise where you will find butter, skin bags, ceramics and silver baskets. Go to Rambla del Méndez Núñez and Avenida Maisonnave or try the Spanish favorite shop in El Corte Inglés in the Old Town, well, roughly.
Get in touch with Spanish snacks and cocktails
Looking for supplies at a bar? Try Cambalanche, next to El Corte Inglés, for lunch. Then try the Senzone Rooftop Lounge, the only five-star hotel in Alicante's Hospes Amérigo, and check out the breathtaking views of Castillo de Santa Barbara. It is modern, stylish and amazingly affordable.
Take the train or tram to Denia
The incredible direction swings and winds its way along the ground along a charming railroad track, which runs along the tunnels and bridges that lead toward Diana. You will see breathtaking scenery and arrive in more than two hours.
Relax in your villa in Javea, Moraira or Calpe
Visual packaging can have its effect. But adding three days in a villa could be the perfect antidote. Remember to choose a pool for pure relaxation.
The best beaches on the coast
Location, location, location. Denia is nestled between Mount Montgo Nature Reserve and the deep blue sea and has narrow, winding streets, sunny squares, bustling markets, restaurants and sidewalk cafes. Thirty thousand extra Blue Flag beaches extend to the north, while in the south it offers elegant diving coves.
Take a stroll through the rainbow-colored houses of the Old Town, take in the castle on the hilltop and enjoy a paella overlooking the harbor. If you have time, take the ferry to Ibiza or Mallorca.
Or as we did. Browse, discover and then relax. Apparently the sun, sand and sangria are very nice combinations.