Denia is on Spain's Costa Blanca, north of Cabo de la Nao, 100 kilometres from Valencia. Named after the Roman goddess of hunting, Diana, to whom the town was dedicated, Denia grew under Roman dominion and became one of the most important harbours of the Spanish coastline opposite Italy. With Ibiza and the other Balearics a short distance away to the east, the marina has a lot to
offer, including yacht brokers, nautical suppliers, chandlers and charter agencies working within the marina.
In addition, restaurants, shops and pubs enjoy an enviable position with sea views.