Within 20 km of coast which enjoys the town of Denia, a quarter of them, around 5 km approximately, they belong to the beach of Las Rotas. From the paseo de la Marineta Casiana, to the Tower of the Gerro, las Rotas make up an idyllic landscape of rocks wrought by the sea, which caught the attention of many international filmmakers during the Decade of the 1950s. Houses in first line, residential areas and tourist accommodations, enjoy unique views and a friendly atmosphere offering few places in the Mediterranean. Currently declared a marine reserve, its coasts are coves and caves, secret beaches and long romantic walks by the sea. There are also great restaurants where you can enjoy seaside of the best rice dishes, seafood and fish. And the roads and pedestrian walkways, offer an excellent connection with the town. In addition, animal and plant diversity is still apparent and many cormorants, seagulls and egrets that live in the area.