Located a few miles away from Busot, the Canelobre Caves are a popular tourist attraction with their unique rock formations and a large cathedral like vault. With heights reaching up to 70 meters (230 feet), the caves provide excellent sound acoustics and often host live music concerts in their depths. The unique and whimsical rock formations are lighted up in blue, purple, pink, orange among many other colors which give them a beautiful, unearthly look. Open all year round during the day, the caves can be visited with a guided tour with the tickets being directly sold at a counter on the site.
Home to the eponymous mountain, which offers spellbinding views of the surrounding vistas, Montgó Natural Park is an expansive reserve that features breathtaking sights. Encompassing the sloping inclines of the striking landmark, the park is home to an extensive array of flora and fauna; many endangered species of animals are indigenous to the area. Various hiking routes lead to the mountain.
Offering picturesque views of the surrounding vistas, Via Verde de Denia is a scenic trail which spans the length of a defunct railway route from Dénia to El Verger. These paths, which can be traversed on foot or bike, wind through green patches of land, striking rural structures, and stunning orange groves among other spellbinding attractions.
This pristine marina is home to a bevy of establishments which cater to tourists and locals alike. Owing to its refreshing environs, Marina El Portet de Denia makes for an exhilarating day out. Be it strolling along the promenade and engaging in water sports or grabbing a bite at one of the on-site restaurants and perusing items on display in various shops, there is plenty to do here.
Owing to its several vantage points, this spellbinding cape offers enchanting views of the scenery unfolding in the vicinity. Cape San Antonio is endowed with spectacular natural beauty that draws scores of tourists from all over, and a cluster of steep cliffs awe visitors with glorious vistas. A marine reserve is also located within the boundaries of the cape.
Castillo de Dénia was built between the 11th and 12th centuries on the ruins of a Roman site. In the following centuries it was continually extended and rebuilt before it was partially destroyed in the War of the Spanish Succession. The garrison was disbanded in 1859. Today the castle is the hallmark of the city and home to an archaeological museum.
Endless sandy beaches, Mediterranean climate and countless recreational opportunities describe Spain's 'White Coast'. This section of the coast stretches between Cape Nao and Cape Palos. It owes its name on the one hand to the traditionally whitewashed houses, and on the other to the special light conditions, which make the white sand shine brighter here than elsewhere. Its landmark is the 332 m high rock of Peñón de Ifach
Tower Lounge is a great place to chill out. There are comedy nights, live music performances and other sorts of entertainment that will keep you amused throughout the night. The lounge also offers fantastic drinks to quench your thirst. They also have game and cabaret nights on certain days.