Denia is located in the province of Alicante in the north of the Costa Blanca, between the Montgo mountain and the Mediterranean Sea. The resort of Denia offers the visitor a nearly 20 km long coastline. In the north of the city are the long sandy beaches, Les Marines, L` Almadrava and Les Deveses. In the south, the rocky coast of Las Rotas is interrupted by a series of bays, a paradise made perfect for divers and fishermen. Denia has a well-developed yacht / marina and you will find all the necessary facilities for water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, diving or sport fishing. From Denia there are ferries to the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Mallorca. The town of Denia has a turbulent history as a Roman naval base called Dianium, seat of a Moorish Taifa kingdom and a Spanish margraviate. The landmark of Denia, the castle overlooking the city, was built by the Moors over an earlier Roman site from the 11th and 12th centuries, and was constantly rebuilt and rebuilt in the following centuries. The resort has a very good infrastructure. Denia has small shops, supermarkets, banks, bars, restaurants and cafes open all year round. The weekly markets reflect the life and culture of the country. The medical care and excellent and the city has modern hospitals. Denia on the Costa Blanca is known as the city of Spanish festivals: San Juan's solemn celebration, the bull running on the harbor or the celebrations of San Roque and many more.