Denia: Denia is called the gateway to the Costa Blanca. The highest point of the town is still the castle emerging about 60 meters above the harbor. (The castle is visible from the villa from Demetria). After 20 km of sand and shingle beach in northwest Las Rotas Denia marked the transition to the rocky, interspersed with coves and bays to Benidorm. Denia was by the Greeks around the 8th Century BC settled. From the castle overlooks the Gulf of Valencia. Up here is the Museo Arqueologico. The port is shared sports and sailing boats with fishing boats and ferries that provided regular service to Ibiza. The Past - Old Town with fishing harbor, shopping and nightlife district radiates especially in the evening from their special charm and is just 2.5 km away from the villa. In Denia boulevard Marques de Campo Tapafreunde get their costs. Denia has good medical care, as well as a private hospital and a state hospital.
Local Attractions/ Activities: For the sports enthusiasts, Denia dives into the cliffs of Playa de las Rotas or eg horseback riding in the Sierras. In the surrounding area there are well-run equestrian centers that provide, among other daily guided rides, pony rides, riding lessons and carriage rides. For golf lovers, offering an area of three attractive golf courses. La Sella is an outstanding 27-hole course and a further 9 hole courses in Benissa and Javea. The "mountain" Montgó extending between Denia and Javea, with its 732m a popular hiking destination. Because of the great diversity of plants and animals, he was declared an area of 2150 hectares in 1987 to reserve. We recommend a visit to the cave "Cueva del Agua" is. You can take walks on your own, or participate in guided hikes.
An Iberian village is 700 meters high.
The Surrounding Area: Adjacent to the nature reserve on the slopes of the Montgo in the perennial favorite, quiet neighborhood Marquesa Villa Demetria is on the 825 sqm large, beautifully grown with Mediterranean plants, garden plot and a spectacular ocean view, as unrestricted panoramic views of Denia, the harbor and the castle. Lying in the back of the majestic Montgo is within walking distance. In the vicinity of Villa Demetria the center of La Pedrera is a pharmacy and restaurants, close to the supermarket with a bakery. A shopping center (Lidl. etc.) is located at 1500 m distance. A highlight of Denia, the castle on the old fortress, it is about 25 minutes away on foot. At her feet, the marina with over 1000 berths and a promenade which consists of many nice shops, bars and restaurants. Next door, the 18 km long beach with a beach and surrounding restaurants.
.... The miles of fine sandy beaches of Las Marinas and Les Bovetes located north of Denia. In the south, the sandy beach and the cliffs Marineta Cassiana beach Les Rotes, with its charming coves. The latter is particularly popular with snorkelers and divers. The beaches are very spacious, not crowded and have all the services you might need. All were awarded the blue flag, which stands for clean beaches and water quality. Particularly interesting are the small villages in the hinterland. Many have not received their traditions and Spanish origin. Of particular note are the villages of Jalon, Alcalali, Parcent Murla, Castell de Guadalest and Castel. These villages are easily reached in a day trip. The Cape San Antonio is a 160 meter high cliff with a stunning view. On a clear day Ibiza. At the foot is a protected marine reservoir, so diving is allowed only partially and with permission. The sea shines here with a more intense blue as in other places.
Getting About/ Local Markets: Who spends his holidays in Denia is not necessarily dependent on a car. There are both bus services within the city limits, as well as for trips into the surrounding area and other travels. Between Denia and Alicante runs a narrow gauge railway, popularly called 'El Trenet de la Marina'. The market house in Denia is located in Calle Magallanes, a side street of Calle Marques de Campo. Here you can purchase including fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, baked goods, meats or even coffee. Every Friday in the street in front of the public market hall there is a fruit and vegetable market. On the Torrecremada-terrain (the Court) held every Monday is a weekly market. Every Friday will be held at this venue, a flea market with antiques and second-hand goods. In spring and summer, the harbor promenade Explanada Cervantes you to stroll. Dealers present in colorful stalls selling costume jewelry, paintings, leather goods and handicrafts.