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Flandria Immo offers an exciting and unique real estate portfolio of premium homes free of impediments and located in some of the most promising areas of the Northern Costa Blanca.
We pride ourselves on selecting properties that not only embody our client’s ideal lifestyles but which also incorporate key characteristics that will help them to achieve an optimum future resale value.
Our comprehensive understanding of Denia and the Northern Costa Blanca’s dynamic property market and our in-depth knowledge of European buyer requirements means that we are able to offer our clientele a truly insightful and productive experience.
Whether you are looking to purchase a modern seafront oasis, a luxurious central apartment offering history, culture and excitement, or a spacious hillside villa, our experienced multilingual real estate professionals are at your service.
We welcome you and look forward to hearing from you at our convenient offices located in the beautiful Denia Marina in calle Puerto Deportivo next to the Real Club Nautico (Map & Driving Directions), with free parking directly in front of our agency.
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Living in Denia
A privileged lifestyle
Denia is an important gateway to the Balearic islands. With the port on your doorstep, it’s especially convenient to sail off to Mallorca, Ibiza or Formentera for a few days of adventure and excitement.
At more than 6km in length, Denia boasts one of the Costa Blanca’s longest promenades.
This beautiful and invigorating coastal walkway and cycling route stretches from Denia beach (Playa Denia) just west of the Port all the way to Cala Les Rotes and offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and Denia’s many beaches, coves and chiringuitos.
From this central and convenient location, we are only 1 hour by car to either Valencia historical centre or Valencia Airport, 50 minutes to Alicante City Centre, and 55 minutes to Alicante Airport.
There are many authentic Spanish villages and towns to explore nearby (Xativa, Castell de Guadalest, Jalón, Jávea, Moraira, Altea, etc.) offering unique fiestas and celebrations throughout the year and all within an hours’ drive.
The mostly flat urban and historical centre offers excellent access for pedestrians. It’s easy to enjoy a captivating cultural stroll while taking in the areas top historical buildings of interest.
You can begin at the Museo de La Mar, cross to the Municipal Market (Carrer Magallanes), and stroll through the Plaza del Convento to the Iglesia de San Antonio church. Just after the Castle Tunnel (running below the great hill on which Denia castle stands), you can visit the Església de l’Assumpció church, Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Loreto, and the Ethnographic Museum (Museu Etnològic).
Denia offers one of the most remarkable lifestyles on the Iberian peninsula. Colourful festivals, fiestas, gourmet celebrations, and carnivals throughout the year provide some perfect opportunities to make new friends and immerse oneself in Denia’s rich cultural heritage.
The Marina Alta and Northern Costa Blanca enjoy mild winters and, while summers can be hot the influence of the sea moderates the heat. It’s a pleasure being outside in summer and enjoying perfect balmy evenings in one of the town’s many vibrant plazas.
Being an important Mediterranean port you will discover an abundance of fresh seafood that has inspired creative culinary celebrations in Denia’s many Michelin star restaurants (Aticcook, El Baret de Miquel, Quique Dacosta, El Raset, Peix and Brases).
Denia offers a true culinary adventure where even the simplest of dishes is often a surprising treat due to the freshness and quality of local ingredients.
Traditional handicrafts sit comfortably alongside modern retailers and brand name boutiques. The retail options in this rewarding and exciting city are diverse and plentiful.
This coastal paradise offers a variety of beautiful nearby beaches and coves (Les Rotes, Les Arenetes, Punta Negra, Platja del Trampolí, María Casiana, Marineta Casiana, Escollera Norte, Les Marines, and Calamar).
It’s easy to enjoy various coastal leisure activities and water sports, year-round, and all very close to home.
From the tower and viewing deck of the Castell you can orientate yourself while enjoying panoramic views of the port, city and the gorgeous coastline stretching towards Les Rotes. Here you will also find the quaint and interesting Archaeological Museum where you can familiarise yourself with Denia’s history throughout the Iberian, Roman, Muslim and recent Christian period.