Aquatic Activities in Dénia That Let You Enjoy the Mediterranean
Aquatic activities in Dénia: immerse yourself in a seaside destination
Take a deep dive into Dénia (literally) and discover the gems of both its coast and sea.
Visit Dénia and we know you’ll fall in love with it. It’s a place known for its fine sand beaches, spectacular coves, Montgó, water sports, relaxing views and more. Along its 20 kilometres of coastline, you’ll find must-see landscapes and get to discover vibrant Mediterranean sealife.
What are you waiting for? Come explore it with us!
Aquatic activities in Dénia
The location and weather of Dénia, on Costa Blanca, make it an ideal place for many aquatic activities and nautical pursuits. In recent years, more people have tried “coastering,” the act of combining several sports while taking in the scenery of the entire Dénia coast. Think about it: you can go hiking or climbing, you can jump into the sea from different heights, you can explore land and water caves or try snorkeling, abseiling, zip-lining, surfing, water skiing and even flyboarding. For water sports lovers, Dénia is a dream come true, and it offers many ways to practise active tourism while discovering a new destination.
Looking for something more relaxed? Dénia has five different marinas and more than 2,000 moorings, making it a great destination to go out on a boat, try sportfishing or see life beneath the Mediterranean Sea.
Get to know the Mediterranean this way and you’ll get to discover all it has to offer, from its coastal beaches and colourful seabed to its plants, animals and more. Try aquatic activities (like snorkeling or diving) in Dénia and we know you’ll want to come back again and again.
Other things to do in Dénia
Don’t leave Dénia without seeing its Old Town! Visit the iconic castle or Museo Etnológico and learn more about the history and attraction of the destination.
Wander through its charming streets and feel the essence of the Mediterranean. Specifically, don’t miss the Cervantes esplanade, the Baix la Mar or Les Roques neighbourhoods or Calle Marqués de Campo (better known as Calle Principal!)—the latter is one of the main meeting points for locals and visitors alike in Dénia.
We have no doubt that a trip to Dénia will change you. See it from both land and sea, and you’ll create memories that will last a lifetime.