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M05487 teaches Spanish to foreigners. The School is located 5 minutes walking to the city center, very near the bus station, bars, shops and cafeterias. Also, ten minutes walking from the port and 20 minutes from the beach. Two renovated buildings with 6 classrooms. Very comfortable and with all the state-of-the-art facilities: TV, VCR, audio systems, air conditioning and coffee machines. Free access to our Multimedia Center with 15 computers, internet and interactive language programs. You will find in our library the necessary didactic material that you may need. Accommodation and social activities provided.
A walking tour around Denia will take you back to ancient times and cultures. Iberian, Carthaginian, Roman, Arab and Christian architecture are symbols of the various civilizations which have peopled this privileged corner of the world. One of the most emblematic sites of historic Denia is the magnificent Castle which presides over the town.
Denia’s calendar of cultural events and festivities is one of the richest in Spain. Both visitors and locals enjoy the Carnival in February, the Fallas in March, Easter in April, Fogueres de Sant Joan (Saint John’s beach bonfires) in June, our Patron’s festivity in July, the famous Moors and Christians festival in August… and more. Catching an event or two should be part of everyone’s visit to Denia.
Denia has always been a seafaring town. Its port, its daily fish market, the fishermen’s quarter and, especially, its delicious cuisine, bring us the flavors of the Mediterranean sea. Taste all kind of rice dishes, which go beyond the famous paella, for which Denia is internationally well-known. Fresh seafood and fish, vegetables, olive oil and fresh fruit count among the main ingredients of one of the healthiest diets in the world.
The town can be reached by road, by train and even by boat! Exit 62 of motorway A-7 and highway N-332 will lead you straight to Denia from Valencia or Alicante by car or public bus. The latter, which is the capital city of the province, also has connection with Denia by train (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat). You might even like to spend a few days in the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera); well, you will not need to go too far, there are daily boats departing from the Port of Denia to Ibiza and Formentera.
To give you an idea about the distances between Denia and the main towns and cities of the area, you should know that Denia is only 100 km away from the two capital cities of Valencia and Alicante, only 58km away from Benidorm and around 3h 30min away (by fast-ferry) from cosmopolitan Ibiza, beautiful Mallorca and Menorca and pleasant Formentera.
Make the most of your leisure time and explore Denia’s surroundings: enjoy a variety of activities such as hiking itineraries to Cova Tallada, Cova del Camell, Cova de l’Aigua; tours to Cape San Antonio or Cape of La Nao; excursions to Mount Montgó Natural Park or to the Marine Reserve of Cape San Antonio.