- October 4, 2006 at 4:04 pm #52317
Hi all i have a place in denia any info/comments on the area outside of the town would be a help kevin c
- October 6, 2006 at 10:50 pm #66510
I have lived close to Denia for the last 3 1/2 years what sort of info are you after.
- October 7, 2006 at 12:13 pm #66514
Hi Jim, thanks for the reply. I know my way around the town, but I would like to know if there is any where worth a visit outside the main town. How far is it to the Montgo, can it be reached by foot or is transport needed. kevin c
- October 10, 2006 at 6:35 am #66595
Ok obviously all around Denia you have the beaches especially streaching northwards, Las Marinas, Els poblets, Vergel, and all the way up to Oliva and Gandia. The beaches and sand dunes near Oliva Nova (golf) are a mecca for kite surfers.
If you play golf there are the 18 hole courses at La Sella, Oliva Nova and the 9 hole courses at Javea and Moraira.
There is a marked route to the top of the montgo, it is a fairly serious walk and takes about 2-2 1/2 hours. The walk starts from the lower slopes just of of the CV 736 coast road from Denia to Javea.
Have you been around the Castle in Denia?
There are lots of good boat trips from the Port, or even a trip to Ibiza
You can catch the train from Denia which I believe leaves approx. every 2 hours, it stops a many of the local towns (all worth a little stroll around) as it winds it way ariound the mountains to Alicante (via a tram from Sant Joan). Apart from the marvellous views the train is cheap and you can stop at Benidorm and visit, numerous themed parks including Terra mitica.
Hope that gives you a few things to consider
- October 12, 2006 at 10:48 am #66654
Hi jim can you tell me if there is any rifle/clay pigeon club in the area to Denia our place is near Las Marinas kevin c
- October 12, 2006 at 11:46 am #66655
Yes there is a clay pidgeon shooting club near where the Montgo walk starts just of of the CV 736 coast road from Denia to Javea. Sorry dont have any contact details, suggest you speak with the Denia tourist board.
- October 16, 2006 at 8:15 pm #66775
Hi Jim thanks for the reply i sent email to the tourist imfo in Aug. still no reply We are out in January will have to ask around if hear anything let me know Talk to you soon kevin c
- October 30, 2006 at 6:24 pm #67106
You can also access the Montgo from Plaza Jaime (the roundabout with the tall palm trees near the Monday market car park). There are signs from the plaza and it’s probably about half hour on foot. Just a few minutes up the tracks will give you excellent views over the town and surrounding area. No special footwear is required at this level – there is room for parking if you access it by car.
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