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Dénia Film Office is a public office located at the Tourism Department of Dénia City Council. The Film Office provides advice and administrative services to professionals in the audiovisual industry who wish to film in Dénia.

Dénia Film Office belongs to CV Film Office Network (Offices in charge to promote the production of shootings in Valencian Community), coordinated by Ciudad de la Luz.
Dénia Film Office provides a high number of services such as:

- guidance regarding locations for filming
- handling all the permits required to film on public roads
- coordinating all public services
- handling accommodation bookings for the film crew, etc.

services

Handling all the permits required to film on public roads


Coordinating all public services

Handling accommodation bookings for the film crew, etc


Dénia Film Office Manager: Ms. Eva Asperilla, Tourism Specialist at Dénia City Council

Phone: 96 642 53 54 (from 8 am to 3 pm)

E-mail: easperilla@ayto-denia.es

advantages of shooting in Dénia

Exceptional Climate, with an avera.ge annual temperature of 20ºC

High ecologic value and beauty of its landscapes:

  1. 20 kilometres of coastline: To the north of the municipality, you will find long sandy beaches. To the south, the coastline starts with a long sandy beach to give way to rocky coves.
  2. Montgó Natural Park (753 m. altitude): more than 650 species of flora.
  3. San Antonio Cape and cliffs. The Marine Reserve of the Cape of San Antonio is situated at the feet of this cape. Exceptional area to go diving (limited permits in Dénia Tourist Office).

Local colour and important monumental historic heritage: The Castle at the city centre, typical quarters, fishing port, etc.

Well-established cuisine popularity and prestigious restaurants

  1. Outstanding Plates: the famed Dénia red prawn and the well-known “arroz a banda”, a great variety of rice (rice with spinach and anchovies, rice with ender garlic shoots and squid, etc.), “llandeta”, the “suquet de peix”, sea urchins, dry octopus and crayfish.
  2. More than 300 restaurants and an outstanding author’s cuisine.

High number of nautical sports: sailing, scuba-diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing, nautical charter, 4 ports, but also others sports such as: golf, trekking, etc.

Popular Festivities: Fallas (16-19 march), Festa Major (within the first two weeks of july: from 3 to 11 july 2010) with Bous a Mar (bulls to the sea), a tradition declared of National Tourist Interest and the Float Parade declared Regional Tourist Interest, Moors and Christians (14 to 16 August), etc.

Proximity to Balearic Islands: 55 miles from Ibiza.