Property For Sale in Denia

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Why Buy Property In Dénia?

Dénia is a wonderfully cosmopolitan town on the Eastern coast of Spain. It is the capital of the “comarca” of the Marina Alta, a well known tourist destination and home to both historical monuments and some of the best restaurants in the region.

Dénia offers an incredible population diversity. Residents from a variety of countries enjoy the contrast between the busy town and relaxing beach-front and country locations. The property for sale in Dénia is also as varied as the population. Luxury villas adorn the coastline side by side with old fisherman’s houses (a nod to the towns rich heritage) and beach apartments. This offers an incredible opportunity to either develop your own dream home or move straight into a newly developed beach-front villa.

Where is Dénia?

Dénia is a large town an hour to the south of the city of Valencia. It sit on the Northern side of the Montgó Massif mountain and on the Mediterranean coast. Inhabitants have been documented to live in the area since prehistoric times. It is thought that the ideal climate in the local area was a big draw to the original settlers and it continues to attract tourists and new residents.

Dénia is a very Spanish town. It has not been as influenced by an influx of expats as other towns have in recent years. It offers a large range of shops, resturants and ameneties to locals.

The major areas of the town include:

  • Las Marinas
  • The Montgó
  • Centro Urbano (Town Centre)
  • Les Bassetes – El Marjal
  • El Palmar – Los Molinos
  • La Pedrera
  • Devesses
  • El Puerto
  • Las Rotas

All of these areas offer their own unique characteristics when buying property. This makes Dénia an attractive prospect to a variety of different potential buyers looking to purchase property in the area.

Travel And Transport

Dénia is easily accessible from both major airports in the region. Both Alicante and Valencia airport are connected to the town via motorways and the town lies roughly the same one hour distance from both airports.

Other routes to the town include by ferry into the port. The connection to the Balearic islands is a very popular route, particularly in the Summer months. By car, access over the Montgó mountain is a particularly stunning approach with panoramic views and breathtaking countryside.

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