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Denia Beaches

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The golden hues of Denia’s beaches glow alongside the turquoise flashes of Mediterranean waters and serve as a magnet to draw in tourists to this town. This beautiful vacation spot on the northern Costa Blanca has 15 kilometres of coastline divided into two large sections: Las Rotas, south of the town centre, and Las Marinas, to the north. Families love the big beaches with playgrounds that line Las Marinas, while diving and snorkelers enjoy exploring the coast of the tiny coves of Las Rotas. When the breeze rises within the afternoons, surfers and kite surfers jump into the water to check their skills in the waves. Denia is additionally an excellent place to watch dolphins or humpback whales, because it is the coastal town of the Valencian Community with the highest number of sightings. If you don’t want to miss the company of those beautiful sea creatures, come to the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve.

Las Rotas (Les Rotes), Denia

If you’re trying to find a secure beach to paddle together with your children and build sand castles, explore what’s hidden under the crystal clear waters or relax in a quiet bay, in Denia you’ll find beaches for all tastes. This charming seaside town is ideal for a beach holiday. Book a vacation rental in Denia and explore the area’s diverse and rich coastline. Las Rotas is one of Denia’s most beautiful areas, with breathtaking scenery. There are many seafood restaurants and paellas where you can dine on the seaside terrace. People are out walking and walking their dogs, while others are looking for a secluded and guarded bay to sunbathe and swim in. Several picturesque coves dot this steep stretch of coastline, where you can spend the day in almost utter solitude. Diving and snorkeling enthusiasts flock to the area because it allows them to spend hours exploring the rich life concealed underneath the rocky seabed.

Playa La Cala, Denia

Also in Las Rotas is that the picturesque El Trampolí beach, perfect for diving and snorkelling. This beach is known for its popular seafood restaurant Pegoli and also the Helios bar, located within walking distance. The rich marine life of El Trampolí beach is a delight for divers. due to its importance, it’s a protected area with only 15 diving licences issued daily by the tourist office. For more information, visit the official website.

Playa La Marineta Cassiana, Denia

In the direction of the center of Denia, next to the elegant boats and restaurants of the marina, is the popular beach of Marineta Cassiana. This small sandy beach, quite crowded in summer, is ideal for swimming in calm waters or water sports. From the water, you’ll see the entrance and exit of the yachts from the marina or see the canoeists or surfers playing on the water. In summer it has a beach bar on the same sand and, across the road , you’ll find several bars and restaurants.

Playa La Marineta Cassiana, Denia

It is a secure beach with Blue Flag, foot showers and access for people with reduced mobility. In summer, it’s services, sun loungers with parasols and lifeguard stalls. If The beach of Marineta Cassiana is just too crowded, you’ll find another smaller beach on an equivalent promenade towards Las Rotas. It’s not that clean, but it’s perfect for sunbathing or swimming faraway from stress.

Playa el Raset, Denia

Long stretches of golden sand beaches that reach as far as the eye can see have made this part of Denia a family favorite. At their wide, children have plenty of space to play in the sand, while shallow water makes rowing and swimming healthy. The domain of Las Marinas, the most touristic area of town, is located north of the marina and the port of Denia. The tiny beach of Punta del Raset is the main stretch of this long stretch of white sand. Les Marines, Les Bovets, Els Molins, Playa Almadrava, and Les Deveses are all blue flag beaches farther north. In the summer, there is a children’s play area, toilets, a lifeguard, a beach maintenance team, and beach bars. Across the road there a a number of  bars and restaurants where you’ll be able to cool off and enjoy a meal.

Playa Les Bovetes, Denia

The beach of Les Bovetes is found in the area of Las Marinas de Denia and is a favourite choice among families with children, because it features a beautiful fine golden sand, perfect for playing. it’s near to the town centre, so you’ll combine a beach excursion with a visit to 11th century Denia Castle or go shopping. The blue flag beach also attracts surfers and kite surfers, who add a touch of colour between the extreme blue of the sky and the sea. The beach also has sun loungers and foot showers and there are many restaurants and bars on the main road behind the beach.

Playa Els Molins, Denia

If Les Bovetes is just too busy, Els Molins is located some meters to the north. This beach also waves the blue flag and enjoys golden sand and access for people with reduced mobility. Surfers head to the beaches along this stretch of Las Marinas in the afternoons if some wind rises. Small boats also can access the sea from Mar Cantabrica, Llac San Martí and Llac Tana streets.

Playa Almadrava, Denia

Windsurfers also enjoy taking the nice and cozy afternoon breeze at l’Almadrava in Els Poblets. the wonder of this stretch of coastline, with its golden sands and shallow waters attract many bathers to enjoy its coast. it’s a perfect place for water sports like windsurfing, sailing or jet skiing or fishing.

Denia, Playa Les Deveses

At the northern end of Denia is that the beautiful beach of Les Deveses, which stretches along over 4 kilometers. In summer, the warm southerly winds attract dozens of windsurfers, who can enjoy their stunts or take part the fun. Diving lovers also are frequent as they’re attracted by the observation of various fish banks or the incredible nature reserve of Posidonia.

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