Mediterranean Coast
Opposite the Balearic Islands
UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy

Denia by Land

Denia by Sea

Denia's History

Dénia is a port city on the Mediterranean coast of eastern Spain.

The walls of Dénia Castle dominate a hilltop by the marina. Its ruins also host the Archaeological Museum, with Roman artifacts found nearby. The Toy Museum explores Dénia’s rich toy-making heritage. The Ethnological Museum, in a 19th-century townhouse, has displays on local life. Nearby are the baroque Assumption Church and the arcaded City Hall.

Centrally Located Marina

We are in 1 of 4 marinas

Super Yachts Marina & Shipyard

Buzzing with Life

Famous for its culinary delights, Denia is a UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy, boasts a 3 Michelin Star Restaurant, 2 nearby golf courses, a 5* Hotel, 25km of blue flag beaches and endless watersports and activities. Convenient, competitive and a lifestlye to savour.
Buzzing with life, Denia is busy all year round. Our superyacht berths are located in the town centre and just a short walk away from the Shipyard. Surrounded by restaurants, nightlife, water sports and all the services you would expect of a popular town.
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UNESCO Creative City
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