Denia is a beautiful port town in Costa Blanca, Spain. The town has fantastic local cultural festivals year round. The bonfire festival, celebrated in March, is where the town set papier mache statues, named Fallas, alight.

Another festival, celebrated in July, is a weeklong celebration called The Bous a la Mar which includes watching bulls running down Marques de Campo Street. The Bous a la Mar means Bulls at the sea, this is because those who dare get chased towards the Mediterranean Sea holding a bull ring.

With its beautiful high street, Denia is a vibrant and bustling traditional Spanish town with a real Valenciano ‘flavour’; Denia is also home to a large Moorish castle, overlooking the town; built in the 11th and 12th century the Castle offers a unique view of the sea, the town and the surrounding area.
Other attractions include the local museum, Palau del Governador, and a bustling harbour offering restaurants with cuisines to suit your taste and pocket.

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