Reasons to live in Denia

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Reasons to live in Denia

Travelling around the world is a dream for a lot of people. Travelling not only provides you with an opportunity to see nature’s beauty but also an unforgettable experience of mingling with people of other cultures. There’s just so much you observe and learn as you travel. Here find some reasons to live in Denia

The question that often confuses everyone is that, WHERE TO TRAVEL? Either you have already travelled to some great metropolitan cities, or you want to say goodbye to the skylines for the time being. It could even be a desire for moving to a new place for temporarily or perhaps just a week-long vacation, where you can seek refuge in the heartwarming gifts of nature, we have chosen the PERFECT spot for you.

Located along the Mediterranean coast of eastern Spain, is a hidden gem, a port city named DENIA. This vibrant city, with a population of nearly 40,000. It is loved and cherished by everyone who visits it, and for all the right reasons. Here are our top 5 reasons why DENIA should be your next travel destination:

  • The community.
    Denia is a current favourite spot for not only tourists but also expatriates from all around the world. The reason is the heart of Denia; its community. The people of Denia are welcoming, cheerful and friendly. The local community loves sharing their cultures and traditions with the tourists. They love to celebrate their culture. The population in Denia is quite helping and love to celebrate and share their community heritage.
  • Culture.
    Denia has a strong cultural and historical background with substantial impacts of Napoleonic, Greek, Roman, Iberian, Islamic and Christian civilisations. Its extensively rich history has made it a centre of different cultures. In Denia, you will meet people from different cultural backgrounds, coexisting in peace and harmony. The people of Denia are proud of their historical background and know for sure how to celebrate their culture. They have book fairs, exhibitions, music festivals, archaeology and landscape excursions, as well as music and food festivals all around the year. At the coast of Denia is a well-known, 11th-century castle, Castillo de Denia, that proudly boasts Denia’s history through its stone pathways and ancient walls and terraces. If you are looking for a find cultural experience, Denia is THE right place for you.
  • Cost of living.
    Denia, being a small town, has a lower cost of living as compared to other cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia. The meals and stays cost much cheaper than most of its counterparts. If you’re looking for a pocket-friendly vacation, or a place away from home with a low cost of living, Denia is where you must go.
  • Nature, Nature, Nature!
    The main attraction of Denia is its natural scenic beauty. Denia offers lush green fields, renowned marinas, alluring beaches and calm seas. The Sandy beaches of Las Rotas and Las Marinas offer a number of fun activities including sailing, kayaking and windsurfing. Its two extensive marinas are a notable attraction for people.Besides the beaches, Denia also has The Montgó Natural Reserve, home to hundreds of species of flora and fauna. The Montgó Mountain, surrounded by scenic beauty is a spot for adventure. Denia’s natural reserves and attractions are still preserved due to low human impact.

  • Contemporary features.
    Denia not only boasts of natural resources and scenic beauty but also has some fantastic supermarkets and contemporary features, including boutiques and souvenir shops that offer traditional souvenirs. Denia also is home to a vast variety of cuisines and foods and even a wide variety of food markets including the famous Mercadillo Denia. In this regard, Denia is also renowned for its renowned flavours and delicacies.

Tourists from all around the world visit Denia all year, but we would recommend visiting Denia in the spring season, specifically between March and June. At that time, Denia is at its prime. The sea is calm and most suitable for water excursions. The weather is most pleasant around that time of the year. The temperature at this time ranges from 88F to 102F with high humidity.

So whether you’re looking for some calm and quiet peace, or for a summer adventure, or maybe even retiring to someplace fun, Denia presents with a lot of attractions for people. An all-year town, Denia never sleeps and keeps your spirit alive through different excursions. Make Denia your next vacation spot and have an unforgettable experience of immersing in nature’s beauty as well as a variety of cultures.

Tell us what you like about Denia or any particular experience you’d like to share. Got anything to add or recommend? We’d like to hear from you!

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