You only have to walk the streets of Denia or its most popular beaches to see the large number of bars, taverns, restaurants and chiringuitos offering local cuisine, all year round, not only in summer.
From the Quique Dacosta restaurant, the only restaurant with 3 Michelin stars in the Valencian Community, or the Baret de Miquel, to small bars such as the Bar Bus or the Bar Andreu, to medium priced restaurants of high quality such as El Pont Sec, Tasca Eulalia, Ca Nano, Bodega Casa Benjamín, Primera Línea, or Ca Teresa, you can discover the figatells de Sepia, the red shrimp of Denia or exquisite salted cocas.
Perhaps the gastronomy is the main reason to visit Denia.
If you dare to discover this corner of the Mediterranean, we recommend you to get away for a few days and enjoy the natural environment of the area, such as the views from the lighthouse of the Cabo de San Antonio or horse riding on the greenway; we also recommend you to visit nearby towns such as Jesús Pobre, Xaló or Els Poblets; the first two towns have interesting open air markets on weekends and have their own gastronomy, La Vicentica, el Sequer or Casa Rosita are worth a visit.
If you dare to spend a few days in Denia, or take the opportunity to visit Denia while you are enjoying a few days of rest in Valencia, write to us, we will take care of everything.