Denia has about twenty kilometres of coastline. To the north of the town, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters such as Les Marines, L'Almadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovetes and els Palmars. To the south lies a series of small coves along the rocky coast, known as Les Rotes, a paradise for fishermen and divers. The Montgó Mountain, shared by Denia and Javea, is the major landmark of the area.
Les Deveses - The Costa Blanca starts with Les Deveses beach which is over 4 km long. To the north, it borders on the beaches of the Valencian town of Oliva. Half of Les Deveses is fine golden sand and dunes, and to the south bordering on La Almadrava beach it becomes a beach of rounded stones. In summer months, when the Garbi and Llebeig winds blow, windsurfing is popular on this beach. Les Deveses Beach has the Blue Flag.
Les Bovetes- is a quiet inlet looking north-west with clean waters and thick sand surrounded by a semi-urban environment of well cared residential areas.
Les Marines - Les Marines Beach is an open
beach, over two and a half kilometres in length. It has sun-beds and shades
to rent and pedalos.
Les Rotes Beach is located to the south of Denia, it is made up of a few small, very beautiful coves. The Parque Natural del Montgó acts as a background. Its waters are suitable for diving. El Trampolí, Punta Negra and Arenetes creeks are in this area. Les Rotes Beach has the Blue Flag.Les Rotes
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