Popular Lettings in Dénia
Highlights in Dénia
- Old town in Arabic style
- quiet beaches and coves
- Ideal for families
- Montgo Natural Park
- lively nightlife
Most popular in Dénia
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Denia
Most of the holiday rentals in Denia are rentals located in residential complexes with gardens, swimming pool and sports courts. With capacity for more than 4 people, which makes them ideal for families with children. Fully equipped and with beautiful terraces from where you can sit quietly to enjoy the good weather while the children have a great time in the common areas. All of them just a few minutes from the beach, located both in the part of the promenade closest to the historic centre and in the residential areas at the foot of the Montgo massif.Luxury villas and detached villas with private pool
On Holidu we also offer you the possibility to reserve a villa or a chalet in Denia with all the luxuries you deserve but without renouncing the proximity to the sea. In fact, most of these holiday rentals are less than 600 metres from the beaches and coves of the town, in the quietest residential area of the same, next to the natural park. The ideal accommodation for both families and groups of friends who wish to spend their stay in a quieter environment where they can forget the stress of urban life. Almost all of them have a garden and private swimming pool, from where you will be able to contemplate spectacular views of the natural park and the sea. Nothing better to enjoy those days of relaxation you need so much.Why book a letting in Denia?
Denia is a municipality in Alicante characterised by its spectacular beaches and magnificent coastal landscapes. As a good tourist destination within the Valencian Community, it offers a wide range of leisure activities, including a multitude of prestigious restaurants, pubs and discotheques where you can spend an interesting evening. Like Benidorm, Denia is a municipality that boasts a magnificent climate. With more than 300 days of sunshine. But in addition, the natural park such as Montgo, which is located a few kilometres from the town centre, has a wide range of activities that will delight fans of active tourism. For all these reasons, Denia is a place where you will want to get lost for a good season. If you want to enjoy a dream holiday, come to Holidu and book your holiday rental in Denia today.
Holidays in Denia
The area and how to find your way around
Situated in the north of the province of Alicante, Denia is undoubtedly one of the best destinations to book a holiday rental and spend a few days relaxing away from the daily routine. Although it may seem like a small municipality, the town has a very complete tourist offer. Its main attraction is its magnificent beaches and fine sandy coves, but its natural landscapes, its wide variety of leisure activities, its monumental attractions and its excellent cuisine make it a unique destination. On the other hand, its privileged location within the Spanish Levant allows visitors to arrive by car or public transport to other cities of great interest, such as Valencia} (104 kilometres), Alicante (90 kilometres) or Castellon de la Plana} (186 kilometres) in a quick and easy way. All this makes it an important tourist reference not only for the Costa Blanca, but for the whole Valencian Community. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Denia!Denia: the perfect balance between antiquity and modernity
The urban centre of Denia extends over a bay or natural harbour at the foot of the Montgo. Here we find charming old quarters such as Les Roques or Baix la Mar, whose streets descend from the castle in a narrow and almost labyrinthine layout, which inevitably recalls its Muslim past as part of the walled enclosure that was part of the Arab Medina until the 13th century, when it passed into the hands of the Christians. The purest essence of Denia. Book a letting in Denia for your next holiday and let yourself be carried away by the magic and charm of its streets and old buildings!
Types of travellers and activities
Denia has up to 20 kilometres of coastline with marvellous fine sandy beaches, considered to be among the best on the Peninsula. Divided into two areas, Les Marines, with more sandy beaches such as Els Molins, Les Deveses, L'Almadraba, les Marines and Punta del Raset; and Les Rotes, where we find spectacular rock coves that offer a more intimate environment, such as El Trampoli, Marineta Cassiana, La Punta Negra, La Cala and Les Arenetes. All of them very quiet, with a much lower occupancy rate than other towns on the Alicante coast, such as Torrevieja, Calpe or Altea, which makes them ideal for both couples and families with children. Also, if you like water sports, you can enjoy a variety of activities at sea, such as diving, surfing or snorkelling.Denia for history lovers
Denia has an invaluable historical heritage. The greatest emblem of the city is its castle, epicentre of the fortress that marked the origin and evolution of the locality some time ago. Inside it houses an Archaeological Museum that offers an interesting tour through the history of Denia. Underneath it passes a tunnel that connects the beach area with the city centre. During your stay you can also visit the old shipyards of the 16th century, the fortified house of Benitzaina, the churches of La Asuncion and San Antonio, the hermitages of La Conquista, the remains of its wall and the towers of El Gerro, Almadraba and Carrals. As well as the sites of La Almadraba, a Roman maritime town, and those of Pico del Aguila and Alto Benimaquia, of Iberian origin. These last two located in the Montgo.
Did you know that Denia hides secrets of legends and piracy? And that its beaches and seafaring districts have been the scene of numerous films? Discover it through theatrical visits, where the Berber pirates will "kidnap" you to take you to know the different stages of the productions filmed in it.
Top 5 Recommendations in Denia
This natural reserve has become an authentic icon of Denia, which is why it is visited by thousands of people every year. In addition, it is the perfect viewpoint from which to contemplate much of the spectacular Costa Blanca. Without a doubt, an obligatory visit within your itinerary.2. An escape to the Balearic Islands
For quite some time, Denia was a popular place of transit due to its seaport and its excellent geographical location. In fact, from it it is possible to take boats to the Balearic Islands and many other nearby coastal places.3. A tour through the caves of Agua and the cave Tallada
Denia not only has fine sandy beaches and magnificent coves, but also surprising caves that will leave you with your mouth open. However, it is advisable to visit them accompanied by a guide who knows the area.4. Enjoy its lively nightlife
As soon as you take a stroll through the historic centre of Denia and its coastline, it is clear that this is a municipality with a practically inexhaustible leisure offer that is valid for all types of people. The Condado Denia theatre, the Irish pub Dorian Grey and the Cotton Snack Bar are good examples.5. Try the famous boiled red shrimp
Denia is part of the select group of cities named "Creative City of Gastronomy". Famous for its delicious boiled red prawns that you should not miss the opportunity to try. But its rice, fish and other seafood are also exquisite. The seafood casserole, the llandeta, the espencat, the prawns with chard and the dry octopus are some of the most popular dishes in the menus of its bars and restaurants.
With Holidu your holiday rental in Denia is very close
In short, if you are tired of your city and want to spend your free days this summer in a paradisiacal place, a holiday rental in Denia is exactly what you need. And, in this sense, no better website than Holidu to find a cheap holiday rental. With Holidu you will find your ideal holiday home, villa, villa or letting in Denia at the best price.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Dénia
As indicated by its annual average price of £123.12, Dénia is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Dénia?
If it is your aim to save as much as posisble during your visit to Dénia, go there in February (£94.74 per night on average), March (£95.37), or November (£103.55) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When does the price of holiday rentals in Dénia go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Dénia, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £199.42 per night), followed by July (£180.33), and June (£127.43).Is it necessary to plan a trip to Dénia well in advance?
We recommend you to book in advance in Dénia as only 54% of the accommodations remain free, following the data observed in 2019.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The best months to find available accommodation in Dénia are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 71.75% of the total in 2019), June (67.6%), and March (65.8%).When are there fewer rental options available in Dénia?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 26.4% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by July (45.25%), and December (47.25%).How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Dénia?
Holidu offers around 2000 accommodations in Dénia from 48 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!