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Denia is a sun-drenched city on the Spanish Costa Blanca. There's a wide choice of hotels here, from budget to deluxe, that will offer you a great getaway and easy access to the fine beaches of the Costa Blanca. Families wanting to be within walking distance of the Mediterranean will find a large selection of welcoming hotels in Denia. Among hotels with special features in Denia is Port Denia with its own large pool and other facilities aimed at families with children. The Costa Blanca is famous for its old town centres, and among the charming hotels in Denia, and ideal for romantic getaways, is Hotel Castillo, which is within walking distance of local bars and cafés. Golf is a big attraction on the Costa Blanca. La Sella Golf Resort has a renowned golf course, as well as a spa and highly-rated restaurants. Apartments in Denia give you the freedom to take advantage of the local food markets. Most apartments in Denia feature their own balconies and you will find that apartments in Denia range in size from intimate studios, suitable for a couple, to apartments with two or three, perfect for families on holiday in this beautiful Costa Blanca resort.

There's easy access here to 20 kilometres of Costa Blanca coastline. Families will head north to the sandy beaches, all with safe bathing and staffed by lifeguards. Diving enthusiasts will find their passion well-catered for on the more rocky parts of the coastline, such as at La Punta Negra. Clear waters allow for spectacular sights. There's a castle high above the town which makes for a fascinating trip for all the family. It dates back to the 11th century and features a small museum too. There are many delightful restaurants – and if you visit in March you'll see the spectacular bonfire festival. An even more spectacular sight is in July, when the Bulls at the Sea festival sees bulls running wild through the streets.

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