There is more and more people coming in the Spanish eastern area. Towns like Denia, Elche, Benidorm, Javea, Altea, Calpe or Alicante have hosted in recent decades a numerous natives from English, Dutch, German, French or Russian.
This sector of the population spends long seasons in Spain and in some cases, they even move out and make Spain their home. When foreigners make our contry their homeland, they usually have taken the advantage of the economic difference in their countries and ours, which in addition to acquiring a home in Denia, can have a high quality way of life.
The INE data indicates that the population of foreigners in Dénia is about 9,146. About 6,406 are European natives, highlighting the German colony, with 1,192 locals in the city; followed by the English (964 locals) and Romanians (937 locals).
Cemetery of the English in Denia:
One of the entrances to the Cemetery of the English of Dénia,is on the Marineta Cassiana beach.
A place with history and associated with a legend. On the very shore of the sea in Les Rotes, the “Cementeri dels Anglesos” was created as a burial place in 1856. It was the result of a long struggle of the British colony with the rigid social and, especially, religious, schemes of the Dénia del 19th century, where people outside the Catholic religion had no place in the burial places of the city.
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