The “Cova Tallada” is located underneath a cliff on the coast of Dénia and Jávea in the natural reserve of San Antonio.
To access the mountain the route is short. Rent one of our cars at the port in Dénia and leave it on the final leg of the Les Rotes just 1 km away and easily walk down a smooth path or through a stone path that takes you all the way down.
In summer you can also get to the cave by kayak, canoe or other vessels that don’t have a motor as it is a marine reserve area. If you prefer this option in Dénia they organize various trips to the cave by kayak.
Once inside the cave you can see the marks on the walls, which were done in the past by stonecutters, these rocks were used to build the Castillo de Dénia and other historic buildings.
You can also go swimming at the cave so you can enjoy the crystal waters and enjoy looking at these spectacular rocks and the caves walls. There’s even a rock the stop the waves coming in so the water is very calm. If you want to go deeper into the cave make sure that you take a torch because its quite dark the further you go in, but there are a lot of interesting this deeper in to the cave.
So if you want to take a fun day in the sea. Visit the spectacular “Cova Tallada”. You’ll love it!