Rate your experience of Denia

Las Fallas in Denia Credit: Anna Akopyan

In the tourist upheaval, Denia surveys its residents and visitors on whether there is a “tourism phobia” in the municipality.

With the Holy Week and this spring season hosting more than 70 per cent occupancy rates, according to Hosbec, Denia City Council ensures that both its residents and visitors are satisfied. 

To establish whether tourism harms or benefits Denia, the City Council introduced an online survey, available until April 22, questioning the participants about their feelings on cultural heritage, social inclusion, and the environment. 

Developed by the Departments of Tourism and Citizen Participation, the survey asks the participants to rate the touristic activities and the state of accommodation. 

Opinions can be shared on subjects including tourism’s impact on cultural heritage and whether the co-living of tourists and natives is positive.

The Municipal Department of Tourism urges residents, businesses and visitors to take the survey: “In order to gather the greatest number of points of view on tourist activity in the city and detect the main aspects to take into account in its sustainable evolution.” 

With the results, a pact for sustainable tourism will be developed, aimed at benefiting every person in the town, whether visitor or resident.

Take the survey here.

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Anna Akopyan

Originally from Moscow, with Russian and Armenian origins, Anna has lived in Costa Blanca for over ten years. She is passionate about singing, acting and traveling.