The hotel is located on Les Bovetes Beach, which annually obtains the highest quality distinction: the blue flag.
It is suitable for families, with its surface of fine sand and its waters, which allow for diving and boating (at the hotel, we have canoes which can be used for short crossings).
Seaside walks tend to be our guests’ favorite outings.
Els Molins, l’Estanyó, l’Almadrava, Les Deveses and Santa Anna are beaches found to the north. To the south are the extensive Les Marines Beach and the Punta del Raset urban beach.
HISTORICAL LEGACY AND MUSEUMS
The urban center of Dénia (41,000 inhabitants) is only 4 km from the hotel. A tour through the old city and the castle (11th century) gives us an idea of the importance that the capital of Marina Alta has had since Roman (Dianium) and Arabic times (Daniya).
Dénia has a significant network of museums (archaeological, ethnological and toy museums).
It has three important religious buildings: the Church of l’Assumpció (18th century), the Convent of the Agustines (1604) and the Church of Sant Antoni (18th century). Also, we recommend a visit to the three Hermitages of the Conquest on Mount Montgó: Sant Joan, Santa Paula and Santa Llúcia (14th-15th centuries).
In the same natural area stands the Hermitage of Pare Pere, the religious center most revered by the population.
Thanks to its enclave, the hotel is near Montgó Natural Park, the Marina del Cabo de San Antonio Reserve, and the Pego-Oliva Marsh. These three areas, protected by the Generalitat Valenciana, may be visited.
Montgó is a mountain which rises to 752 meters above sea level, and stands like a watchtower by the sea.
Its flora and fauna make it unique in the peninsular Mediterranean, as does its marine extension in the Cabo de San Antonio Reserve.
The Pego-Oliva Marsh is the fourth most important wetland area in Spain, and stands out due to its wide variety and influx of birds.
LEISURE AND SPORTS
The port of Dénia has more than 2,000 moorings for recreational boats. It has four boating clubs–three private and one public.
In the Moll del Martell, catamarans and swallows regularly set sail to the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve, and from the harbour station, the peninsula is linked to Ibiza, Formentera and Mallorca.
For golf lovers, the city also maintains golf course facilities.
On Marqués de Campo, and the adjacent streets – the main arteries of the city – are the most exclusive fashion and accessory shops. Alongside them is the Municipal Market.