The Alicante coast recreate the perfect symbiosis between history and beach tourism. The Alicante coast from Denia to Pilar de Horadada has become in recent years a major tourist attraction. Dubbed the area like the Costa Blanca, its beaches, coves and cliffs delight all visitors.
Denia To the north of the province Denia is. Its origin dates back to Roman times, when the city was dedicated to the goddess Diana. The City Council keeps in its façade two memorial tablets from the ancient Roman temple. Since then he lived times of splendor thanks to its port and today continues wrapping traveler in narrow streets and suggestive marine atmosphere. Their houses are typical of a plant, white and red tile, with the traditional porch of the region known as riu-rau. The Muslim past evidenced by its castle as well as the annual celebration of the festival of Moors and Christians, common in the region. Another summer festival is the Bous a la mar (bulls to the sea), declared of National Tourist Interest. It is interesting to see the Church of the Assumption with Renaissance and Baroque altarpieces, as well as the popular neighborhood of fishermen, which includes one of the best environments in the city. Its natural environment is made up of large beaches of fine sand north and south rocky and rugged landscape and the natural park Montgó.