To go to Dénia by public transportation, we recommend taking the bus because it connects the city to virtually the entire country, and from there, you may depart for a variety of international places.
National Buses in Denia
The domestic lines that arrive and depart from Dénia are managed by the ALSA transport company. Valencia, Madrid, and Barcelona are the most popular, but you may also travel to Murcia, Granada, Almeria, Malaga, Algeciras, Seville, Cordoba, Albacete, Tarragona, Valladolid, Leon, Oviedo, and Gijón from here. The website Alsa.es has further information on schedules, fares, and destinations.
Regional Buses in Denia
Two companies are heading to Dénia and other places in the vicinity together:
Autocares Carrió connects villages in the Marina Alta’s interior with the Portal de la Marina Mall and the Dénia Hospital. All schedules, routes, and fares are available on the company’s website: Autocares Carrió
The other local transportation firm is Autobuses Esteve. Dénia is linked to the inhabitants of Vall de Laguart, Pedreguer, and Benidoleig in this scenario. The two firms’ tracks depart at Plaza Archduke Carlos de Dénia.
Local Buses in Denia
The firm in charge of Denia’s regular lines is ciduad Denibus, which runs daily between the municipality’s core and the outskirts (hospital, Les Rotes y Marines). The exit for these lines is on the Cervantes Esplanade, right near to the ancient Fish Market building.
Visit Denibus.es for further information about routes, timetables, and pricing.