Beautiful holiday villa in Denia, La Sella, Costa Blanca, Spain for a maximum of 8 people.This beautiful, recently renovated villa is located in one of the most well-kept residential areas of Denia, and offers a magnificent view over the bay of Denia and the sea, as well as the La Sella Golf course which is located right next door to the villa. The residential area offers residents a community complex with tennis courts (at extra charge, reservations and tennis instructor upon request), horseback riding (at extra charge), a small supermarket, a restaurant and 24h security service. The center of Denia is about 15 min away and various beaches and major supermarkets are about 10 min away by car.The villa consists of 2 floors, and a separate apartment in the basement. The entire property is very well maintained and significantly equipped. A modern kitchen leaves nothing to be wished for, air conditioning, central heating and Internet access are also available. The living area and the master bedroom offer a gorgeous view of the sea, as well as direct access to the pool area. The large pool (12x5) with diving board is surrounded by a beautiful terrace with sun loungers at your disposal so you can simply relax. Right next door there is a small outdoor kitchen with barbecue and dining area. The entire terrace offers a beautiful view over the bay of Denia and the La Sella golf course. A garage suitable for two cars provides direct access to the living area via an indoor staircase.An ideal holiday villa for guests who are seeking peace and relaxation in a sophisticated environment or who want to make use of the direct proximity of the 18-hole golf course of La Sella.
Apartment (lower floor with separate entrance):
Please note that for this accommodation a security deposit of € 850,00 is required. For more information please see our Rental Conditions.
Official accommodation identification number: AT-438087-A
* to be charged in certain periods
Additional information about obligatory and optional extras:
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The holiday homes, holiday villas, holiday apartments or fincas are equipped for occupancy of the maximum people indicated. It's not allowed to occupy the accommodation with more people than indicated.
The standard equipment of every holiday home, holiday villa, holiday apartment or finca includes: interior: a refrigerator, hob and oven or independent electric grill, coffee machine, toaster, (electric) kettle, ironing board and flat-iron, tour mix.exterior: Garden furniture, parasol, long chairs (may not be available for apartments and bungalows)
During the summer the fixed changeover day is Saturday.
In certain periods any day may be chosen (for more information please consult your booking agent).
Check-in as of 16:00 hours
Check-out before 09:30 hours.
A damage deposit is payable on arrival. The amount depends of the accommodation type and is indicated on the rental contract. This can be left in cash or by charge of credit card. We do not accept cheques.
Denia is a lively and popular town on the Costa Blanca with a large harbour facility, beautifull surroundings, lots of nature and with the caractar of a typical fishing village on the Costa Blanca in the Comunidad Valenciana in Spain, on the north coast of Alicante, just accross Ibiza, which can be reach by boat from the harbour of Denia. Denia is most known town in the Marina Alta area. The cities Valencia and Alicante are about 100 km from Denia. Denia has a magnificent marina and a old castle with views over the town and the sea. The variety of luxery urbanizations and a large rental offer of holiday villas and holiday homes makes this place attractive.
While the vintage in the 20th century caused an important economic and
demographic decline (also known as the raisin crisis), the tourist boom
in the 60s had exactly the opposite effect and caused a demographic and
The population grew from 12.185 in 1960 upto over 45.000 in 2007. Since
1960, tourism has become the main source of income of Denia, while the
industry is increasingly losing value and the population is now fully
specialized in tourism and related activities. Denia offers its wide
area of the Marina Alta a major city. Besides the regional fishing
harbour Denia offers two excellent developed marinas (Club Nautico en La
Marina de Denia) and it’s the central departure and arrival point on
the Marina Alta for boats to Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca.
The largest vessel enterprises like Balearia and Iscomar are located
among others in Denia. The infrastructure of Denia is relatively good,
there are bus and train connections on a regular base, which on the
Costa Blanca is quite worth mentioning.
The history of this area is large and finds its origen in 800 before
Christ, when the greek colony named Hemeroskopeion is founded, almost at
the same time the Iberians settle themselves around the Montgo area.
The Romans discovered the area around Denia in the thirds century before
Christ and that’s how the history of this town started. According to
the legend Denia is named after a Roman temple, probably Diana, as in
the Roman goddess of the hunt. Parts of the old walls of this temple can
be recognized until today in the city walls of Denia. Many following
nations and cultures influenced the course of history, of course
primarily Iberians, but also the Romans, Muslims and Christians
inhabited age-wise the city establishment. Until today, the influence on
art and culture can be admired in the museum.
A stroll through the narrow streets of the fishing area reveals the
history, culture and architecture of Iberian, Carthaginian (North
African), Roman, Arab and Christian civilization. The town centre is
characterized by the old castle “Castello” built during the Islamic
times by its forces (Muslims took the dominion of the Romans 713 BC) and
strengthened during the war of independence. A cultural heritage that
can be admired from different corners of the city. Inside the old castle
is the archaeological museum, where the history of the town from 200 BC
to the 18th century is exhibited. Denia was during the 15th century
Duchy. The 5th Duke "Duke of Lerma" was authorized by King Philip the
Third and he named Denia in 1612 city.
Denia is surrounded by areas with high ecological value. The nature
reserve “Montgo“ was named in1987 nature reserve due to its landscape
value and flora and fauna. The area is home to a wide variety of native
plants, animals, caves and trails. The mountain "Montgo" reaches a
height of 753 meters and extends over the sea to the Cabo San Antonio, a
160 meters high cliff with a lighthouse and breathtaking views over the
sea and the bay of Javea (definitely worth a trip!). During the day the
cape offers possibilities to walk and an beautiful panoramic view, at
night the lighthouse reminds boats of the cape and leads them around it.
At the foot of the cliff lies the nature reserve “Reserva Marina de
Cabo de San Antonio”. This nature is well preserved and therefore has a
high scientific and ecological value.
The harbour facilities in Denia are known far beyond the region of the
Costa Blanca. Who comes on holiday with a boat hardly cannot miss Denia.
Because of its nearby coast for the Balearic Islands, particulary
Ibiza, this place very attractive for motorboats and sailing boats. When
the weather is good, crossing over to Ibiza or Formentera for
experienced sailers is no problem.
Denia owes its touristic charm above all to its long sandy beaches.
Among the beach lovers Denia is the most popular due to the fact that
the summer guests spread out over 20 km long sandy beach and therefore
it does not give you this feeling of “sardines in a can” . More then 300
sunny days a year and a average temperature of 20 degrees make Denia
the ideal destination for your holiday. The beautiful coastline of Denia
consists mainly of the sandy beaches of Las Marinas and rocky bays of
Besides hiking and cycling in the Montgo area you can also make beautiful horse riding trips. Various private tennis courts but also tennis clubs invite you to play sport and the sports clubs and gyms offer plenty of opportunities for sports. The sporting activities know no boundaries. When you are on holiday in Denia and surroundings it does not mean you should lie on the beach or next to the swimming pool. Lots of activities are provided, apart from the water sports and fitness offer, there are many trips you can make. In the nearby area, a little bit from the coast line, you can still find lovely original villages and landscapes, with cosey bars and restaurants who will serve you simple, typical spanish meals. In the direction Jalon there are several wine cellars who offer you to the possibilty of wine tasting. Biking, hiking, tennis and golf are only some of the sport activities. Also horse riding is possible, there are a few horse riding stables in the area. In the Montgo area but alse on the nearby Sierra Bernia there are a variety of routes with different levels of difficulty. The effort is worthwhile, on your way you will get to know the beautiful scenery of the Costa Blance, in spring you will be allured by the scent of blooming orange, almond and lemon trees and the flora of this region offers year-round flowering plants.
In the old centre town on a hill stands the impressive castle of Denia, a
caracteristic landmark of the town and her history. The castle was
built in the 11th and 12th century and has been changed and rebuilt many
times since. Once the remains of houses and buildings of the Roman
Dianium era where found on the slopes. Many generations and siege forces
left their mark on the design and to this day the multiplicity of these
influences can be recognized in the architecture.
Nowadays the castle of Denia is a status symbol of the cultural heritage
of Spain, which permanently experiences restructuring measures in order
to increase the awareness level. Today it houses the Archaeological
Museum and paying a small fee it can be visited. We definitely recommend
you to visit the castle as many history can be experienced and admired
here in one single place, only the views on the surrounding is worth it.
This museum shows the evolution of the city from the beginning until the
18th century. The museum is divided into 4 parts and displays the 4
most influential periods of the urban development.
Exhibits the life of the bourgeoisie and the glory of the raisin industry.
In this museum you can see the toys that were produced in the years between 1904 to 1960 in Denia.
stands on the Plaza de la Constitución and was built in the baroque era
of the 18th century. In a niche above the door of the chapel Capilla del
Roser is the sacred statue of San Roc. Inside the church is in
particularly the figure of the Virgin worthwhile to see which is flanked
by the patron saints of Valencia, Vicente Ferrer and Vicente Martir.
stands on the Plaza de Convento and was originally a monastery founded
in the 16th century by the Franciscans. After the damage during the
Spanish Civil War, the church was rebuilt in the 18th century and since
then it’s still in the same condition. Inside the church at the high
altar with its large glass cross, biblical scenes are portrayed which
are worth seeing!
is located in the street Calle Loreto and was founded by Augustinian
nuns in 1604. The architectural ensemble consists of the church, the
cloister and the south wing of the monastery.
located in the Avenida Oeste La Jara / Xara and was the first public
building in La Xara, built in 1877. Remarkable are the high quality of
the bricklayer work and the construction of the bell tower which was
only inaugurated in 1927. Furthermore one can admire the beautiful Tosca
stone that were incorporated into the building.
Denia is famous for its festivals, the most festivals of Spain are
celebrated in the area around Denia. Spectacular parades, bull running,
folkloric costumes and cultural ceremonies fascinate the people again
and again, perhaps also because of the stubbornness way they hold on to
the old traditions of the region. Often the festivities start early in
the morning and extend out over the day into the late night. All ages
and generations are involved, on the streets and in front of the houses
they often place tables and neighbors and friends are invited to eat and
drink. Usually the celebrations end with spectacular fireworks. In this
the Spaniards are unbeatable.
We have apartments and houses, very well situated in the area of or
directly in the center of Denia to witness these celebrations.
Contact us! tel. 0034 966 424 967
This local festivity of Denia with bull runs takes place every year in
July and is known for its “Bous al Mar” (literally translated: Bulls in
the sea). The animals are released on the streets where they are chased
by Spanish men (sometimes women), to get the bulls to the sea with the
final goal that the cattle swims in the sea. Amazingly, the bulls are
good and fast swimmers and they are guided by men in boats to the beach
where they are led to the exit. The Spaniards love this celebration but
animal protectors and lovers will prefer to avoid the “fiestas" these
days. The days around the bull runs are lively and filled with many
attractions, such as concerts and street parties and end with a
magnificent parade of beautiful floats and the so called "Correfoc".
This "Fiesta" was officially nominated as a tourist highlight.
Is the coastal area in the eastern direction from the center of Denia,
here you can find the most sandy beaches. Along the 14km are located
most of the apartment complexes and hotels, many of them with direct
access to the beach. On this road there is also a regular bus service to
the center of Denia so tourists can also choose without any problem for
an apartment just outside the center.
Is the coastal area in the western direction from the center of Denia.
Here there are few sandy beaches however beautiful natural rocky beaches
and coves. The beaches stretch out over a length of 4 km. The holiday
villas and homes we offer are mainly located on the access roads to Las
our holiday accommodation in this area are offered with the references
"Montgo", "La Pedrera", "Altamiro", "Les Galeretes" and "Los Campusos".
In this area are more holiday homes and holiday villas then apartments.
Most of them are located on a hill and often offer a fantastic view over
the bay of Denia. The area on the Montgo is usually very quiet and
private and most of the time only a short distance from the center of
Belongs actually geographically to the municipality Pedreguer but
locally it’s named as part of Denia. A luxury residential community
located on a hill, where at the foot are located the La Sella golf
course and activities such as horseback riding and tennis. Here you can
find almost exclusively single-family villas, most of them with a
beautiful panoramic view over the coast and surrounding mountains. The
residential area is guarded by a 24-hour security service.
a small village or hamlet southeast of Denia. Those who want to
experience the original life in the village are here at the right place.
The town has only a few small shops, a hotel and a supermarket. La Xara
is conveniently situated to visit Denia, La Jara, Jesus Pobre, La Sella
and Javea, as it almost in the middle.