Las Rotas beach in Denia is the rocky beach of Denia that is located in the southern part of the city in the direction of Jávea.
Las Rotas has a promenade that begins at La Marineta Casiana and reaches the end of the Rotas where we will find fantastic views of Cabo San Antonio and Torre del Gerro.
The entire area of Las Rotas belongs to the Marine Reserve of Cabo de San Antonio, that is, it is under environmental protection.
The route of the promenade of Las Rotas passes through different beaches and coves: El Trampolí, La punta Negra, Playa de les Arenetes, Cala de Agua Agua and Cova Tallá, the latter only accessible by water.
Las Rotas have little parking area, some places where you can park are:
Entrance to the Helios bar, once in front of this turn right and we have a gravel area where you can park.
Entrance to the restaurant L’Eriçó (Trampoli beach): gravel area that also has space for some cars.
In the end, next to the Mena restaurant: it is the place with more parking spaces but the one that is usually filled before.