What to do when staying at a hotel in Dénia?
Dénia is situated on the Costa Blanca, halfway between Alicante and Valencia. The city is surrounded by the historic ruins of previous inhabitants including the Iberian, Greek, Roman and Moorish occupation. Dénia is well known for its 11th-12th-century castle which looms over the city on a rocky crag, offering views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. The climate is particularly comfortable with an average annual temperature of 19 degrees Celsius, perfect to enjoy at your hotel in Dénia. Ferries run from the port of Dénia to Ibiza and other Balearic Islands daily.
What can I do in Dénia outside of working hours?
The city offers an attractive marina with several top class restaurants and bars along with an elevated seafront promenade leading to 20 km of sandy beaches. Take a stroll in the old town to view the older buildings of Dénia, or take in the tree-lined main shopping street and the fish market. The city offers many good restaurants and tapas bars like Restaurante El Bravo in the port, ideal for a business lunch. Should your hotel in Dénia have no pool, take a swim at the beach or head to one of the many local health and fitness clubs to enjoy the facilities.
What can Dénia offer me in the way of business options and services?
Conference and meeting facilities are available at all major hotels in Dénia, with rooms to suit all group sizes and the necessary modern technology. The city hosts the University of Alicante Headquarters of Dénia, offering various conferences and theatrical events. The best airport for access to Dénia is the Alicante-Elche Airport (ALC), 102.6 km from the city, offering car rental as well as a bus and train service to the city.
What interesting locations are available for me to visit from my hotel in Dénia?
Visit the Castle of Dénia archaeological museum with its impressive Palau del Governador (Governor’s Palace), accessed via the Portal de la Vila arch near old town, or head to the Museu Etnològic which offers more information on the culture and history of the city. Head down to the marina to relax with a drink or a meal while watching the ferries and fishing boats sail by.