The port of Denia is a popular destination for tourists and water sports enthusiasts

If you want to visit Spain, you should head for the port of Denia on the west coast of the Balearic Islands. This serene and beautiful spot is a popular destination for tourists and water sports enthusiasts and also offers many other amenities.

Denia Marina 

Denia Marina is located in Denia, Alicante, Spain. It is both a port of entry and a leisure marina and forms a natural link between the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, making it an ideal destination for sailing and other water sports enthusiasts.

Whether you are a tourist or a sailing enthusiast, the marina offers a variety of activities. There are kayaking, stand-up paddling, scuba diving and water skiing courses on offer. For keen sailors, there are also annual sailing events.

Denia's marina is a popular port of call on the Costa Blanca. If you are arriving by boat or plane, the port is easily accessible by bus or taxi.

Denia is a very beautiful town with a historic centre. That is reflected in the architecture. There are also several luxury shopping centres and a world-class golf course.

Denia's marina is one of the most popular in the Mediterranean. Visitors can make use of numerous facilities such as a dry dock, slipway and storage facilities. There are shops and restaurants as well as a café with spectacular views of the marina.

During your visit to Marina de Denia, you can also visit the Toni Mari art gallery, which holds regular exhibitions. If you're looking for a great place to eat, it's worth visiting the Republic Restaurant, which has a high-quality international menu and views of the marina.

As you would expect in such a cosmopolitan city, Denia has a wide range of restaurants. You can enjoy many international dishes such as Argentinian and Italian cuisine and local Spanish specialities. There is also a wide selection of bars and pubs in Marina de Denia.

Whether you own a yacht or are a paddler, Denia Marina is an excellent destination for all your nautical adventures. It is located on the Mediterranean Sea and is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts and tourists alike.

Luxury port for superyachts

Port Denia is one of the most luxurious superyacht marinas in the Mediterranean. Just minutes from Denia city centre, this highly rated superyacht destination offers state-of-the-art facilities such as two 80-metre slipways, an impressive dry dock and a 150 GT lift. There is also a full-service shipyard on site, ideal for superyacht owners looking to have their vessel serviced.

As well as being a state-of-the-art facility, the Port of Denia is within easy reach of Spain's main holiday destinations, such as Ibiza and Formentera. That makes it very easy to collect your yacht from the Balearic Islands. It is also convenient for owners looking for a berth for their yacht in winter.

This is a first-class, full-service shipyard with an extremely professional group of skilled workers. So you can be sure that your yacht will be maintained to a high standard. The yard has facilities for servicing superyachts up to 1,200 GT.

The port of Denia welcomes superyachts. If you are interested in a winter berth, you can be sure that you will be in good hands here. Of course, it's also a good place to look for a new superyacht. In fact, it's the perfect base for a Mediterranean adventure.

The port of Denia is the ideal place to start your next boating adventure. Not only will you be assured of a comprehensive range of facilities and a wealth of activities and amenities, but also of the hospitality of the friendly locals of this picturesque Spanish town. Whether it's golf or cycling, there are plenty of reasons to make this part of Spain your new home. Even if you want to have your yacht repainted, you've come to the right place.

Of course, there are also connections to travel to and from a certain place. Various ferries and private yachts are available to take you to and from your chosen mooring.

Fish market

Denia's fish market is the best place to buy fresh fish and seafood. You can find everything from squid to lobster here. The market is held every day from Monday to Friday. Afterwards, the fishing boats return to the harbour. Some fishermen stay in the harbour while others leave for their favourite fishing grounds.

If you are a foodie, you mustn‘t miss the fish market. It's a great opportunity to watch some of the region's best chefs prepare and present the most delicious local seafood.

If you love prawns, tuna, squid or salmon, you will find everything you are looking for here. The market is not only a great way to stock up on fresh food, but also a great opportunity to buy art and ceramics.

When in town, don't miss the annual Festa Major, which features religious celebrations and fireworks. This popular festival brings people of different nationalities together.

There are many restaurants and bars in the harbour. During your holiday in Denia, you can sample the best the region has to offer. A good meal costs no more than 25 euros.

Another fun activity in Denia is to visit El Castillo, a medieval castle built during the Islamic period in the 11th century. It houses a museum with archaeological remains of Roman settlements.

If you are interested in the local culture, you can also watch the colourful annual "battles" between Moors and Christians with live music. Or go kayaking or sailing in the bay.

Denia is a town that combines the traditions of its Moorish past with modern elegance. It is a popular destination for tourists. In the summer season, the population grows to over 40,000. A visit to Denia is a great way to experience life in Spain.

From Denia you can take a ferry to Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca or Menorca or visit other nearby Mediterranean destinations. Located halfway between Alicante and Valencia, the city is a convenient transport hub.