Spanish Adventure – Denia

We started our Spanish adventure in a town called Denia. We flew into Barcelona El-Prat airport, collected our rental car (a nice Peugeot cabriolet), plugged in the TomTom (also known as a marriage saver) and headed south. Denia is a small city (about 40K people) which is about 4 1/2 hours south of Barcelona. They have nice beaches, a castle, and lots of good tapas restaurants. It was to be base camp for a week.

We found a very nice 700 year old hotel called Posada Del Mar located right on the harbor. From there everything in town was walking distance. We took two day trips. One to Javea, about 6 miles and 45 minutes away (talk about curvy roads) and Castello de Guadelest (which I’ll talk about in a future post). Here are some shots of the hotel, and a couple of views from our balcony.

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