Bordering the three kilometers of beach, Les Deveses is ranked number one being the widest beach in Dénia and the furthest from the city center, located at km 11 of the road of Les Marines.
Like other beaches in Dénia, it offers services such as lifeguards, police surveillance, safety marking for bathers and beach bars.
Do you own a boat? This beach has a channel of entry and exit for boats located in Cami del Bassot.
Do not forget to bring a ball since this beach has volleyball courts and mini football.
What is it and why is the Blue Flag important?
FEE’s Blue Flag criteria include standards for quality, safety, environmental education and information, the provision of services and general environmental management criteria. The Blue Flag is sought for beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators as an indication of their high environmental and quality standards.
Certificates, which FEE refers to as awards, are issued on an annual basis to beaches and marinas of FEE member countries. The awards are announced yearly on 5 June for Europe, Canada, Morocco, Tunisia, and other countries in a similar geographic location, and on 1 November for the Caribbean, New Zealand, South Africa, and other countries in the southern hemisphere.
In the European Union, the water quality standards are incorporated in the EC Water Framework Directive.
Spain has held the 1st position for nearly three decades since the awards began in 1987.
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