Denia Area

Denia’s unique location on the Mediterranean Coast, just opposite the Balearic Islands, makes it an ideal port to schedule your yearly maintenance or much desired refit project. While you await the finished product you can enjoy Denia’s delicious food, as Denia has been awarded the title of 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
for Gastronomy