With a coastline of more than 20 kilometers, Denia is a true paradise for sea lovers. In the north, perfect sandy beaches to enjoy with the family. In the south, the rocky coves that open to the Marine Reserve of the Cape of San Antonio and that allow activities of full contact with the seabed.
Beach Punta del Raset
La Beach Punta del Raset in Dénia it is also known as Cagarritar. It is the closest beach to the town center, which is born after the port area, and is also one of the most spacious with the city, with 600 meters in length and an average width of 75 meters.
It is a sandy beach, just like the entire area that it begins, Las Marinas, which also has a special landscape and natural value by the dunes generated along its coastline and are currently It is regenerated by public bodies to preserve them.
Beach of Les Albaranes
With an extension of approximately 500 meters, the Les Albaranes beach, in the area of Marines, is the second closest beach to the urban center, located after the Playa de la Punta del Raset.
It is an ideal beach to go with the family arena, as it has a great aplitud sand, as well as sports facilities to practice football or voleey. It also has a special landscape value through the dunes that can be observed in the area and are being preserved by public entities through environmental programs.
Beach of Les Bovetes
With the Blue Flag recognition, the Les Bovetes beach Dénia is one of the largest and most visited on the Dianense coast. It is a sandy beach that has an approximate extension of 1.800 meters and accessibility for people with different capacities.
Playa Els Molins
La Els Molins beach It starts at km 5,4 of the Les Marines road. It has an extension of 2,7 kilometers of sand. It is far from the urban core, which together with its large extension, makes it a little crowded beach. Els beach Molins It has the Blue Flag award that certifies the quality of its waters and its services.
La La Almadrava Beach of Dénia extends between kilometer 7,8 and kilometer 10,8 of the area of the beach of Les Marines, in the northern area of Dénia. It is a beach of gravel and sand that stands out for the clarity and cleanliness of its waters.
Playa Les Deveses
With almost 3 kilometers of extension, at Les Deveses beach It is the widest sandy beach with the municipality of Dénia. It is the furthest from the town center, it is located at km 10,8 of the road to Les Marines, and part of its charm lies in its naturalness.
Marineta Casiana beach
Already in the south of the city we find the Marineta Beach Casiana, the nearest beach to the town. It is a sandy beach, awarded several times with the Blue Flag that recognizes the quality of its waters and services to users.
Playa El Trampolí
La El Trampolí beach, in the area of the Les Rotes from Dénia, it is a rocky beach with an approximate extension of one kilometer. It gets its name from the wooden trampoline that is installed in one of the rocks and that today is still used by bathers who come to this beach.
Punta Negra beach
In the Les Rotes area, at kilometer 2,1, we find the Punta Negra beach. It is a rocky cove of approximately 1.400 meters of extension that is accessed by the pedestrian promenade of Les Rotes.
La les Arenetes beach It is a rocky cove in the area of the Les Rotes area. It is also known as "Final de les Rotes", and offers one of the most beautiful prints of the Mediterranean and the Cape of San Antonio that can be seen from Dénia.
La Cala (nudist beach)
La Cala Has an extension of 100 to 180 meters, is a rocky cove and the access to it must be done walking, since it is a very hidden cove to which only access can be accessed down stairs.