The church of San Roque, to the side of City Hall, is at the start of a street that was unknown to me, but I've come to realise is the liveliest in Denia, full of restaurants and bars. The terraces are full even in winter, because the weather is always mild, and lots of foreigners live here.
The streets of the city center of Denia quite surprised me. I was expecting something different, but they have a very distinctive touch. Maybe it's the colour of the houses, in shades of yellow and ochre. Maybe it's the special lighting of the lamps by night. The truth is that going for a walk through the centre of Denia at night, on your way to have a drink, is remarkable. There's more to this town than the beach.