Newly built apartments located in Denia, one km from the beach. They are distributed in three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Large living room with modern style American kitchen adjoining a beautiful terrace overlooking the community pool, green areas and park for the smallest of the family. Close to all services, bars, restaurants and leisure.Offer furniture packages
Denia (in Valencian and, officially, Dénia) is a city in the Valencian Community, Spain located on the north coast of the province of Alicante. It is the capital of the Marina Alta region, also known as "Marquesado de Denia". It had 41,553 inhabitants registered on January 1, 2015 (INE), but in summer its population can reach fivefold, reaching 200,000. It is the municipality of Spain of less than 50,000 inhabitants that more vacationers receive according to the figures of seasonal population of the Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations.3
On December 11, 2015 it was declared a Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO.
The current census of the inhabitants of Denia is 500,438 inhabitants.
Coves of Denia.
The Montgó, formerly called Monte Kaón (753 meters above sea level) occupies a good part of the southern half of the area and has been declared a Natural Park since 1987.6 At its feet extends the Cape of San Antonio, 160 meters above sea level, where the Marine Reserve of the same name is located .6
Between the Montgó and the sea extends the plain known as Pla de Dénia, composed of Quaternary erosion and alluvial materials of great fertility, where agriculture is developed. Along almost 20 kilometers of maritime front open to the north and northeast, there are low and sandy coasts, with immediate marshes, as occurs in the northern area, and the shores and cliffs of Las Rotas, which reach their maximum dimension in Cova Tallada, where Denia ends and Jávea begins.
The Girona River, which descends from the Vall de Laguar, crosses the Pla and flows into the sea at the height of the Almadraba, forming a small delta (the Punta). Shorter and faster are the numerous ravines that descend from the nearby Montgó.