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Sitting on the Mediterranean coast of eastern Spain, Denia is an historical port city where you will find a castle perched on a hilltop by the marina. It's on the Costa Blanca, halfway between Alicante and Valencia. Denia is said to be one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities of Spain oozing its history from every building, cobblestoned alley and little cafe where you will linger sipping espresso whilst watching the passing parade. The history buff will have plenty of wet panty moments, as this is where you can see the tapestry of Iberian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, Napoleonic and Christian civilizations woven into the streets. With a population of around the 41,672 mark, it's big enough to get lost in but not to feel lost. During the summer months the population explodes with tourist hordes invading and now that coworking venues have opened their doors, too many may stay that extra bit longer knowing that they can get their work done without going home.
Spain has a buzzing startup system happening due to its high quality education rate that is higher than the average for the European Union. It is home to a number of impressive educational institutions with 3 Spanish universities making the top 10 in Financial Times' annual European Business School Rankings for 2017. Barcelona's IESE has been ranked the number one executive education program by the Financial Times for 3 years running. Spanish graduates are no longer running away from their tapas shores seeking fame and fortune abroad and are quite happy getting involved in a local startup scene, especially when it involves sitting beside the sea. Spanish entrepreneurs have a competitive advantage of being able to grab skilled developers and engineers at a fraction of the Silicon Valley cost, which is why many startups are chasing their dreams in this land of wine and Jamon Iberico (Iberian ham).
Coworking spaces are popping up everywhere throughout Spain to cater to the influx of wandering nomads with laptops and home grown entrepreneurs.