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- The park is not very large but quite divers. From hikes through the forest to stupendous views of the surrounding area, including the port and town of Xabia. There is in fact a hike from the light house to Xabia (half an hour down).
We were there in Spring and there were a lot of lovely flowers in the shrubs.Written 28 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We went on a Monday morning towards the end of Sept 2022. It was a rainy day. Glad we continued. The castle was originally used as a citadel, an Arab palace. The walk along the Castle walls reward you with beautiful views of the town and harbour below. There were hardly any tourists when we were there which made it all the more fun and we could take our time taking all the photos we wanted. There is an underground tunnel that leads you to the town below.Written 15 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Walked from the Denia start to finish at Els Poblet, about eight kilometres along old railway line route. Some lovely views of surrounding countryside with benches to allow for those needing a rest or stop for refreshments. Would benefit from signs to bus route from Els Poblets although they only run every two hours.Written 17 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The beach is several km long, and tends to get busy the closer you get to town. The beach slopes gently and is relatively safe for swimming. Whilst the main part of the beach is cleaned regularly, it does tend to suffer from weed being brought ashore by the waves,Written 3 October 2022
- We came across the Cabo de San Antonio during our walk from Denia to the Torre Gerro, following the rugged coast on sections of promenade, grit tracks and asphalted sections of road, passing several popular chiringuitos perfectly positioned along this dramatic stretch of coastline.Written 16 March 2022
- Great market. Lots of gorgeous local food direct from the producers. Get there early for maximum choice and easy of parkingWritten 26 September 2021
- Lovely for a stroll looking at the yachts, having a drink in one of the bars and restaurants. There are lovely views out to sea and up to the castle and the nearby service to Menorca with the Balearia is worth a look too good for people watching with plenty of seating and free.Written 5 June 2022
- This area of Denia is very picturesque and has numerous narrow streets lined with shops and cafes - plenty of choice of where to eat and lots of photo opportunities too. We went in the day and it was very quiet.Written 5 June 2022
- There is a lot of history to this tunnel but well worth a visit .it gives easy access to Denia main area and Calle lorreto
There is free parking in the areaWritten 15 December 2022
- The Gerro Tower is in a prominent location on a hill, overlooking the sea, a stretch of rugged coastline and the town of Denia, providing views to as far as Cullera and its coastal mountain and beyond.Written 16 March 2022
- We went by (slow) ferry from Denia to Mallorca earlier this year, as part of a package as we live on mainland Spain. We had lovely comfortable, reclining seats in a lounge but probably because it was early in the season (mid May) most things were closed, including the main restaurant, which was a disappointment as there was only a self-serve very basic refectory-type cafe and one bar open, the latter being very crowded. The 'pool' bar was open as well, and we did find this very pleasant for the first hour of our trip, until the sun went down, as it was good to be able to watch the receding coastline that we were leaving behind.
Personally we found the 7-hour journey too long and boring, but with more to do on the ferry it would have been more bearable. We wouldn't do it again as we'd rather fly but it was an experience!Written 28 November 2019
- Lovely little toy museum. Spent an hour there, information is in Spanish although English leaflet is available at the entrance. A basic language level would help.
Variety of toys, metal and wooden , from home play, pedal cars and old fashioned table games.
One room, displays ceramic sculptures /games and models from local artists.
Well with a visit, whether you have children with you or not.Written 22 July 2022
- Great for walks and a few places to stop from drinks and a meal
A natural area with local forna and wild life
Great views across the bayWritten 15 December 2022
- The weather mid of Mach was not so excellent and even partially fairly windy, but the walks on the beach are just wonderful as you lose yourself in the distance. Being off season the beach is not cleaned and thus covered with seaweed, shells and small "balls" of fibers coming fom the palm trees. Unfortunately you will also find trash flying around.
Nonetheless, it is a nice, wide and sandy beach which the further north you go gets even better, the sand is getting finer.Written 24 March 2019
- We were staying at the Camping close by and walked down here each evening. It is a stunning part of the coastline and we appreciated it more and saw different things each time we walked along. It is very peaceful and sometimes there are a few surfers although it doesn’t look like a great surfing place.Written 15 January 2019
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