Property for sale in Denia: All you need to know
With a population of nearly 42,000 people, Denia is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for people either purchasing a second home or taking the leap of a permanent move. It is easy to see why property for sale in Denia is so popular, with Denia’s historic centre, beautiful beaches and an array of fantastic restaurants it is hard not to fall in love with this town.
The Denia Lifestyle
The pleasant climate throughout the year makes Denia an attractive choice for both active people and sun worshippers. In the marina, you will find an abundance of watersports available such as jet-skiing, kayaking, snorkelling, sailing and many others. Denia also boasts professional cycling teams and enthusiastic amateurs head to Denia during the winter and spring for training as they can test themselves on the tough mountain tracks as well as on the picturesque coastal roads. Both residents and visitors to Denia can also enjoy wine-tasting excursions, spa treatments, and shopping, including the outdoor Monday market, as well as sunbathing on the sandy beaches. Denia is a town with a cosmopolitan feel. It is a particular favourite with the English, German, Dutch, and French who love the good climate with plenty of sunshine, the long sandy beaches, the bustling old town and its wide range of restaurants. The resort is particularly well known for the famous Denia red prawn and its close proximity to the rice fields means that the paellas are particularly tasty. The fishing fleet goes out every weekday to bring an amazing variety of fish and shellfish into the port. Denia enjoys a bustling nightlife from chill-out bars to beach bars and live music venues. Its marina is home to hundreds of swanky yachts as well as restaurants and bars. The coastal resort prides itself on its wide variety of fiestas from the fiery fallas in March where giant satirical statues stand tall in the streets before being burnt to the ground.
Looking for a property in Denia?
There are a wide variety of properties available in Denia, from front line apartments to fincas in the campo. When looking to purchase in Denia you must ask yourself questions such as these to the right.
By asking yourself these questions you can help determine both a general area of interest and style of property.
Types of Property in Denia
With sea views and a stones throw away from the beaches and marinas these apartments are ideal for a lock up and leave holiday home or a long term investment.
Apartments in the town
Apartments In The Town
Close to the hustle and bustle of the town and all the local amenities town apartments are popular with everybody.
Offering more space than apartments over multiple floors townhouses are ideal for young couples and families alike.
Villas In The Campo
Villas In The Campo
Outside of the town centre typical ‘fincas’ offer a tranquil and secluded environment. Ideal for families that prefer their private outdoor space.
Villas In The Montgo
Villas In The Montgo
Set on the beautiful Montgo with views of the sea and mountains these villas range in style from traditional Spanish to modern Ibiza. Close to both Denia and Javea, these properties are very sought after.
We have access to a wide range of bank repossessions in Denia and the whole of Spain. Whilst a lot of these properties require an amount of renovation they can be ideal long term investors. More information on repossessions.
There are beaches to suit all tastes in Denia. Beaches with activities such as jet-skiing, snorkelling, boat trips or should you prefer a more tranquil environment, small unfrequented beaches ideal for sunbathing and long walks. The 20km of beaches Dénia has to offer is split up into two main areas, ‘Playas de Las Marinas’ and ‘Playas de Les Rotes’. Both sets of beaches are completely different but equally as beautiful. Las Marinas is made up of seven sandy beaches along the Mediterranean coastline. These beaches are popular with holidaymakers as they cater to different needs. With the shallow waters, they are often populated by young families. They also boast a variety of ‘Chiringuitos’ (beach bars) where you are able to take a break from the sun and enjoy a cold beer or some tapas. Les Rotes boasts a rocky coastline and is ideal for people looking to explore the sea life. With a whole host of rocky coves and underwater caves, the beaches along Les Rotes are not to be missed. Outside of the warmer months, Les Rotes is popular amongst local dog owners. The stunning views and long walks made it a favourite place to let your canine friend stretch their legs.
Built in the 16th century, Denia castle is located in the centre of the town with fantastic views of both marinas and the town itself. With clear signposts and directions, the entrance of the castle is easily located. Also situated on site is a museum of archaeology where you are able to read up on the full history on the castle since it’s construction and a small bar. Costing only €2 entry, we highly recommend a visit.
Marques de Campo
Marques de Campo as known as Calle Campos is the main commercial street that runs through the centre of Denia. Both during the summer and winter months. this is the place to be! For lunch and dinner tables and chairs located on the pavements of the busy streets will be full of people enjoying drinks and food. With its tree-lined road and central location, it is hard not to fall in love with both the aesthetics and feel of this vibrant spot. Marques de Campo is not only home to fantastic restaurants it also has an array of banks, clothing shops, lawyers and many others. Above the on-street premises sit beautiful apartments with balconies overlooking the hustle and bustle. During the summer and winter months, you will be able to see a large selection of fiestas and parades on Marques de Campo. Feel free to stand by and admire the bands and outfits whilst sipping on a coffee or a nice glass of Spanish rioja!
New in 2019 Els Magazinos is fast becoming a local hotspot. Situated close to the bottom of the castle in the centre of town you will find the grand entrance of this fantastic open-air food court. With its cobbled floor and stone building, you are clearly able to see that every inch of this place has been designed with the intention of pleasing the customer. With over 20 food stands offering a shortened menu selection from their local Denia restaurants you are not short of choice. Whether you fancy a red Thai curry, sushi, or local splash cuisine Els Magazinos has it covered. There are two main seating areas where you are able to enjoy the food and drink you have chosen from one of the many stands, the main area located in the centre of the stands and the rooftop area with panoramic views of the town and castle.
Dénia has two marinas, El Portet and Marina de Denia, both offer morning for your boat, be it a small RIB or a luxury yacht. Both marinas also have their respective car parks so you will never have to walk too far. El Portet is home to companies that offer a wide variety of activities from boat and jet ski hire, to jet boarding, snorkelling trips and sea kayaking. It is also home to the well known La Masarena rooftop bar which hosts fantastic parties during the summer months. Marina de Denia is the larger and more modern of the two having been recently renovated. It plays host to the locally famous Zensa swimming pool bar amongst other beautiful bars and restaurants. Similar to other areas, you are spoilt for choice when it is time to eat.
Located in the historic centre of Dénia and famous for its array of restaurants, Calle Loreto is frequented by both holidaymakers and tourists alike. With over 20 restaurants you are spoilt for choice, whether you are looking for a light snack, delicious local tapas or fresh lobster, Calle Loreto has it all. Amongst many expats it is known as ‘Tapas Alley’. On top of the restaurants, it boasts an array of boutique jewellery shops and organic food shops. Property for sale in Denia is becoming extremely popular in this area and by owning here, you will never go hungry, thats for sure
FAQ's about Denia
Is Denia a good place to live?
Denia is a fantastic town to live in. Unlike it’s neighbouring towns, Denia maintains a level of busyness during the winter months and does not rely as heavily on tourism. While some businesses do close for a short period of time the majority of bars and restaurants are open all year round. This makes it ideal for either a winter break or as a permanent residence.
Where in Spain is Denia?
Denia is located on the Costa Blanca, Spain in between Alicante and Valencia. It sits in the northern region of the area directly on the coast.
What is the nearest airport to Denia Spain?
Denia is located directly in between two of Spains best airports. Both Valencia airport and Alicante airport are located 100 kilometres from Denia. The AP7 motorway, which is now toll free, is a short ten minute drive away from Denia and easy to locate. The drive to either airport is approximately one hour.