Denia is an excellent place for a wide range of cyclists. It offers climbing, flat and hilly terrain. Every year thousands of cyclists choose this region, including road, mountain, and cyclocross riders, as well as time trial cyclists.
Our Ciclotel point Port Denia 3 star cycling hotel is just 50 meters from the Mediterranean Sea. From here you can follow the all flat road, N332, leading to Gandia and Valencia, or you can choose to go in the North direction heading for Calpe and Benissa, where you will come into a hilly area. In the winter time, the traffic on the roads is at its minimum, but you still need to be careful, as it has some challenging route parts to follow. You can also take the road leading to the Jalon Valley for more thrilling mountainous routes.
Mountain biking
The Ciclotel point Port Denia gives access to the rocky terrain that will take you near the Benidoleig area, or you can take the hidden tracks leading to Javea, Calpe and beyond. There are many different routes that can take you to some tougher and more challenging roads with picturesque mountains and amazing views. Denia offers tracks for cyclists of any level.
Triathlon Athletes
Denia is a fantastic place to train for road cycling, running and swimming. Improve your speed on the all-out flat road to Gandia.  It is also perfect for interval training. The quiet flat roads are fantastic for running. You can go for a swim in the Mediterranean Sea which is just outside of the Ciclotel Hotel. Bring a wetsuit, because the water temperature is as low as 14º C during winter time. For those who want to swim indoors, the Denia sports center offers a 25-meter indoor swimming pool and is about 10 minutes from the hotel.



Denia is a beautiful port town in the Costa Blanca and famous for its Moorish castle situated on a rocky crag, this offers spectacular views of the sea and overlooks the city. The old town of Denia has many traditional restaurants serving local food, and it's wide-stretched beaches make Denia a popular place to visit.

Denia is a lively town with lots of cultural activities all year round. One of the highlights of the year is the “fallas”, famous for their firecracker shows and huge papier-mâché sculptures, which are eventually burnt.

The castle in Denia was originally built by the Muslim Arabs, who ruled Denia from the 8th century to the 13th century. But after the Spanish took the town back from the Arabs, the castle fortress deteriorated. The French rebuilt it in the early 19th century during the Peninsular war, when they occupied Denia for four years.


Denia's population is 41.500, where 25% are foreign, consisting of mainly German, British and Romanian.

Denia has a fish market and a municipal market both open from Monday to Friday. The Main market is on a Monday and there's an antique market that's on Friday.

Denia: spectacular, lively, historical, cultural, unforgettable!




3-star hotel with 2 bars/lounges, indoor and outdoor pools

Individual package from €29,50 per person/night in double room

  • Room with breakfast & dinner with water, buffet style
  • Secured Bike storage room
  • Place to clean the bike
  • Access to indoor swimming pool
  • Return airport transfer with bike 90€