The largest town in the Marina Alta, Denia, has a predominantly Spanish population with only approximately 15% of residents being ex-pats (mainly from other parts of Europe). This mix of nationalities gives Denia a cosmopolitan feel but with a traditional Spanish background. Denia’s large port has daily ferry services to the Balearic Islands as well as private charters and excursions.

The port is overlooked by Denia Castle with its museum and fantastic views of the town below. There is also a local tram train terminal in the town which travels along the coast via Benidorm to Alicante.

In addition to its many fiestas Denia has lots of activities for both residents and tourists alike, including boat trips, jet-skiing, hill walking on the Montgo mountain, shows, shopping, beaches, etc. Denia is also home to the largest Hospital in the area as well as having most other government administration services in the town.

Denia is officially known as a gastronomic town due to the number of restaurants and the quality of the local food. Denia is also home to one of the nine Michelin 3 Star restaurants in Spain – Quique Dacosta.

Denia’s property mix is varied, with 1970s apartment ‘down-town’ being the least expensive through to front-line new luxury villas in the Las Rotas area commanding the highest prices. Within the area of Las Marinas there are many complexes containing apartments that are always occupied during the summer months due to the fantastic sandy beach that is no more than 3 minutes’ walk from the developments. We have a varied mix of rent to buy properties in all areas of Denia, whether you are looking for an apartment, townhouse villa or a Finca we will find the perfect property for you.