Denia Holiday Villas - cliffs, sandy beaches and history
Dénia villa rentals are a great way to enjoy a holiday in the province of Alicante, Spain. Dénia lies on the Costa Blanca or white coast and gets its name from the Arabic word Denniya, which means lowland. Dénia holiday rentals are the perfect way to see this beautiful coastal town. There are plenty of things to see and do in Dénia if you are looking for a peaceful holiday and an opportunity to see diverse sights. Choose from a wide variety of Dénia holiday rentals that include villas, apartments, beach facing properties and self catering homes to make your stay in Dénia something to be remembered. One of the sights that should be on your list when you visit Dénia is the Palau del Governador museum. The museum lies ensconced within the walls of a 11th century castle built atop a craggy cliff. From here, you can also get an eagle’s eye view of the city. Aside from this,there is also the Museu Etnologic which has helped preserve the cultural history of Dénia.
Choose Denia Holiday Rentals for a relaxing and cultural beach break
You can choose to stay in Dénia holiday apartments in March if you are keen on being a part of the bonfire festival. The ‘fallas’ or the larger than life statues made of papier mache, or paper mache, are built only to be burnt down. In July, most of the Dénia holiday rentals are used by people who want to see the bulls run through the Marques de Campo. This event, known as the Bous a la Mar, is a thunderous one and will get your heart pounding. Water facing Dénia holiday rentals can also see you taking a boat ride that will show you the sights in Javea and even go up to Benidorm. There is also the possibility of choosing Dénia holiday rentals that will allow you to travel up to the nature reserve of el Montgo, which has a long standing history
Holiday homes in Dénia come furnished with all modern amenities and are located at convenient distances from the beach. You can also take a trip on the metre gauge railway line which runs from Dénia into the Alicante Express. Known as the Limon Express this railway journey can give you visual delights even though it is not really a tourist specific railway. Dénia has a history dating back to the 4th century BC when it was a Greek colony. It can be a great destination for the history oriented traveller as well. Today, the suburban air in Dénia is clean and refresing, as it has been conserved that way with a lot of care. Take a look at another family friendly holiday resort, in a very different climate! -Les Arcs Chalets.