The 14th-century Palacio Ducal de los Borja and church in Plaça Major are well worth seeing in Gandia, a seaside town located near the mountains and popular with Spanish holidaymakers.
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Located on the Costa Blanca, the historic seaside town of Denia is full of authentic Spanish character and charm. Beautiful beaches, open-air markets and Mount Montgó Natural Park can all be enjoyed from the all-inclusive 3-star Hotel Port Denia.
The hotel is on a slight incline just 50 metres from a beach. A bus service runs to Denia one kilometre away, from a stop 30 metres from the hotel.
There is also a narrow-gauge train running west along the coast from Denia, via Benidorm, to Alicante, with about twelve through trains daily each way. Alicante airport is one-and-a-half hours’ drive away.
The Costa Blanca has great beaches, a favourable climate and a coastline dotted with ancient ports such as Valencia, bustling tourist resorts and traditional fishing villages.
Dominated by an enchanting ruined 12th-century castle, Denia is a beautiful coastal town, full of life and colour, and it remains principally an old Spanish provincial town with a thriving fishing industry. Here palm trees line the promenades and whitewashed houses line the cobblestone alleyways.