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- 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.
- 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 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 loved our visit to Javea! It’s a pretty town, has a nice beach & an interesting old quarter with its narrow winding streets & ancient houses.
Lots of bars, cafes & restaurants to choose from with lots of local specialties on offer.
Definitely worth a visit if you are staying on the Costa Blanca.Written 24 October 2018
- The largest Catholic church in the city. It is located on the central square next to the municipality. It's more interesting on the outside than on the inside.Written 20 July 2021
- Walk the 4.6 miles (thete and back) along the prom from the marina at Denia . Great views, may even get s chance to see whales or dolphins if you're lucky.Written 11 November 2019
- This little church is simple, although still nice to look at. It's sits in a nice little square, with a couple of restaurants in.Written 21 April 2019
- Walking towards the marina breakwater promenade I noticed the sculpture on the roundabout and on closer inspection assumed this must be the climate monument. It’s quite easy to miss due to surrounding foliage but I had a walk round and there are a couple of tiled plaques next to each other in the ground on one side. I couldn’t find any other detail or explanation.Written 9 January 2018
- Nobody can say to have visited Denia without going through this square. Closed by the town hall and the Iglesia of la Asunción, it has an esplendid sight of the castle from the lower part.Written 29 April 2018
- Hermitage Church and Gardens representing the stations of the Cross, peaceful place, not often visited, read about the man before you go to enable you to view the place in context. It's not a major attraction, probably 15 to 30 minutes, but it represents something specific to DéniaWritten 13 September 2022
- Nice building in which the city government is located. It's next to the Cathedral, I didn't go inside.Written 20 July 2021
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