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Whether for reasons of work or to seek a change of environment, heading to a new place to live can be confusing if you are not well informed about the area. For this reason, if you are thinking about changing your residence to Denia, we bring you information to guide and give all the necessary information about every aspect of the city.

Homes in Denia

The first point that should concern anyone looking to move to live all year in a new city, are the housing options that are in the city, both for purchase and rental.

To get a home you can check our wide range of apartments and villas.

Also keep in mind that there is a wide variety to choose from, since you can choose between a nice house in the Historic Center of the city, a comfortable apartment in the Urban Center or even a villa with pool near the beach; all with the possibility of buying or renting for as long as you want.

Climate of Denia

One of the most important things to pay attention to when looking for a new place to live is the climate around the year, so we can be prepared for each situation and not have a hard time not having adequate clothes or not prepare our home correctly. Fortunately, Denia has a very pleasant climate that does not invite you to worry.

As expected, the hottest season is summer, starting at the end of May and ending at the beginning of September and with temperatures no higher than 31 ºC and an average of 11 hours of sunshine per day.

Both spring and autumn see cooler temperatures, no higher than 20 ºC and above 12 ºC; although the autumn tends to be a bit warmer and see more rainfall, with October being the wettest month of the year with 87 mm of rain.

Finally, winter is the coldest season, although it is also short. However, that does not mean it is too uncomfortable, as temperatures rarely drop below 12 ºC, so you only need a coat or jacket to be comfortable.

Entertainment in Denia

During the tourist season we have many options thanks to the festivals, fairs and hospitality of the city. After this season the atmosphere becomes calmer, although that does not mean there is nothing to do. You can still enjoy the 20 km of beaches and coves, or you can take walks through the green areas of the city, such as the Montgó Massif national park.

The gastronomy

Of course, you can not miss the typical food of the place, and this is especially important for Denia, since it was named as the Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO and is said to have some of the best Mediterranean dishes.

Mainly, the food of Denia is based on marine products, since they are a fishing community, the star ingredient being  the red shrimp of Denia and including all kinds of fish and seafood. It should also be noted that one of the main ingredients of many of the dishes is rice. However, there are also dishes like the espencat, which is a scrambled baked vegetable, and drinks like mistela.


Finally, something important to take into account are the services of the city The most important cases that should be highlighted are the education service, which is one of the best in the whole Valencian Community, and the medical service, which is very complete counting with several ambulances throughout the city.

Following this information, we can conclude that Denia is a charming and pleasant city to live throughout the year, with a very quiet environment but with opportunities for entertainment, a comfortable climate and many amenities that make our day to day taste.