Hotel Port Denia
Hotel Port Denia
With a lagoon shaped swimming pool, and waterfalls framed by swaying lush palms, the Hotel Port Denia is perfectly located, just moments from the sandy shorelines of Marineta Beach, and a leisurely stroll to the Denia sports marina. Relax on the sun terrace and enjoy a refreshing drink or recharge in the spa complete with Jacuzzi, sauna and indoor pool.
All inclusive: All meals
Free bar open up to 13 hours a day
Wine and bottled water at lunch and dinner
Afternoon tea and biscuits
International flights. Prices are based on return flights with British Airways from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
Return transfers to your hotel
Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person
Denia, Costa Blanca. Spain
From £549 per person
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required
Food and drink
Meals are served buffet-style in the main restaurant. The free bar is open 13 hours a day and serves local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Wine is included with lunch and dinner.
During your stay, enjoy the following programme of activities and entertainment. Some activities may be at an extra charge and activities may change from time to time. On some nights there will be live music for dancing. Occasionally the entertainment is held in a room in the basement which can only be accessed by stairs. Live nightly entertainment Gym Local walks Table tennis Pétanque Archery Stretching classes Denia Castle (2€pp) Local market Local tapas trail Golf is available nearby – please ask in resort for details and prices.
There are 280 bedrooms. Some rooms have a balcony with upper rooms also benefiting from a partial sea view. Satellite television Telephone Kettle Fridge Hairdryer Safe (extra charge)
- Lounge bar
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Indoor swimming pool
- Sauna (extra charge)
Quintessentially Spanish, the coastal town of Denia is as authentic as it gets. The 11th-century hilltop castle is a focal point, surrounded by rainbow-coloured fishing shacks overlooking the harbour. Browse the designer boutiques along the tree-lined Carrer Marques de Campo. Find a pavement café in the Old Town to while away a few hours, or stroll to the cosmopolitan marina, where you’ll find an abundance of waterside eateries.
This excursion heads to the town of Xativa that sits in the shadow of an impressive medieval castle. There are a wealth of historic attractions within the town, including the Seu Cathedral, the Palace of the Marquis of Montortal and the Arco Palace. Just outside Xativa is the Cova Negra (Black Cave), where 30,000-year-old relics have been discovered. It is believed that the notorious Borgias originated from Xativa and that they funded many of the town’s palaces and churches.