Popular Lettings in Gandia
Highlights in Gandia
- Nord beach
- Animated nightlife
- Cradle of the fideua
- Old medieval town
- El Ullal de l'Estany
Most popular in Gandia
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Gandia
If you are thinking of renting a letting in Gandia for your next holiday, On Holidu you will find the accommodation that best suits your needs. We have a wide variety of rentals located on the beachfront, both in the Grau and Playa and in the Daimuz and Guardamar de la Safor areas. However, if you prefer to stay in the centre, we also have some holiday rentals located in the old town of Gandia. The latter are less than 500 metres from the promenade, so you can go there for a pleasant walk. Most of Gandia's rentals are located within residential complexes with gardens and swimming pool and have their own terrace, which makes them ideal for families with children as well as for groups of friends. And many of them also have a parking space. Therefore, if you are planning excursions in the area, you will have no problem parking your vehicle.Chalets in the beach or rural houses in full nature
We also have many independent chalets and cottages in Gandia. Very spacious and with several bedrooms so that you can be comfortable whether you travel with family or friends. If you opt for a chalet, you will be very close to the beach, so you won't waste a lot of time travelling. But if you prefer a rural house, you will have the possibility to disconnect of the day to day surrounded by nature and to enjoy the wonderful views of the mountain. The latter are located mainly in the areas of Machuquera, la Drova and Barig, small rural nuclei ideal for resting but without renouncing the proximity to the city. With the advantage that both villas and cottages mostly have a garden, swimming pool and barbecue, you won't find a better holiday rental in Gandia to spend a few days!Why book a letting in Gandia?
Gandia is an ideal destination to visit at any time of the year. Its subtropical Mediterranean climate means that the average annual temperature is 20 ºC. With mild winters in which it does not fall below 16 ºC and summers where it does not rise above 33 ºC. With approximately 3,000 hours of sunshine all year round. A city that stands out for its magnificent beaches and its nightlife, so it is visited by many young tourists who arrive eager to have a good time. However, Gandia is not only a destination focused on sun and beach tourism and partying, but has a rich medieval heritage that makes it ideal for an escape also in winter for those who enjoy cultural visits. What are you waiting for to book a letting in Gandia?
Holidays in Gandia
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the southeast of the province of Valencia, only 36 km from Denia and 43 km from Javea, Gandia is the capital of the region of La Safor. A beautiful coastal town of approximately 74,800 inhabitants that has become one of the preferred destinations of the Costa de Valencia for both national and international tourists, doubling its population during the summer months. The city has two well-differentiated nuclei, the old town, where most of the most important monuments and historical buildings are concentrated, and the coastal area, known as Grau and Playa. The first still maintains its medieval essence, while the second is more modern, offering all kinds of services focused on sun and beach tourism.The best areas to rent a letting in Gandia
Most of the tourists who decide to book a holiday rental in Gandia, choose the rentals located in front of the sea to enjoy the wonderful views and the proximity to the beach. If you travel with friends, we recommend the area of Grau and Playa, as you can spend the day enjoying the sea and at night go to the famous clubs in the area. If you want to make cultural visits, the best thing to do is to rent a letting in the centre of Gandia, where you will also find all kinds of shops and you will be a stone's throw away from the train and bus stations, which connect with cities such as Alicante and Valencia. However, if you are looking to relax, you will also find many chalets and cottages located in their natural surroundings, especially in the Marjal and Ullal de l'Estany, where you can practice all kinds of outdoor activities.
Types of travellers and activities
Gandia has about 6 km of beaches that occupy an area of no less than 700,000 square metres of sand. Being able to find them for all tastes. One of the most outstanding is the urban Nord beach, where you can find the best rentals and holiday rentals in Gandia. It has three bathing areas and all the necessary equipment to enjoy a great day with family or friends. However, if you want to practise water sports, the most recommendable is Venice beach, where the port and sailing club are located. Very quiet and surrounded by an environment of great beauty. For nudists, the best option is Ahuir beach; for adventure sports lovers, Rafalcaid beach; and for those who want to relax and enjoy an incomparable chill-out environment, Varadero beach.Gandia for night party lovers
Gandia is also an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy a fun nightlife and fantastic discos. In the city you will find numerous establishments where music and dance do not stop until dawn, especially in the area of Playa de Gandia. One of the best known and largest is the Falkata nightclub, which has the largest open-air stage of the entire peninsula. But Bacarra, Cocoloco, Eclipse, Versus Gandia and Baracoa Beach are also good choices. If you are travelling with friends and want to party, don't hesitate to book a letting in Gandia for your next holidays.
Did you know that, due to the large number of visitors from the Community of Madrid that receives the beach of Gandia, this is known as "the beach of Madrid"?
Top 5 Recommendations in Gandia
Although Gandia is a destination known for its magnificent beaches and festive atmosphere, the fact is that the old town still retains many monuments and historic buildings that are worth visiting. Of particular note are the Alqueria del Duc, the church of Santa Maria, the Convent of Santa Clara, the Ducal Palace, the Castle of Bairen, the hermitage of Santa Ana, the Archaeological Museum and the Monastery of San Jeronimo de Cotalba. The latter is part of the Route of the Monasteries of Valencia, which stretches along 75 km and allows you to visit five monasteries in the province.2. Live the experience of riding a jet ski
In the port you will have the possibility of renting a jet ski and discovering the unspoilt beaches that are very close to the city. If you've never done it before, you'll enjoy a unique, incredible, and very addictive experience. Flying over the water and jumping the waves at high speed.3. Have a family picnic next to the Ullal de l'Estany and la Perla
The Ullal de l'Estany is one of the springs that nourish the marsh of Gandia. Located at the foot of the ruins of the castle of Bairen. There you can do a hiking route to discover its beautiful landscapes or enjoy a pleasant family picnic. The kids will have a great time while you guys relax.4. Visit the castle of Bairen
The castle of Bairen is the most emblematic monument of the city. Located very close to the farmhouse, in a place that, in the past, was already inhabited by prehistoric, Iberian, Roman, Muslim and Christian populations. However, it was not until the fifteenth century when this imposing building was erected that now dominates the city. Mandatory stop for all those who want to know more about the history of Gandia.5. Try his exquisite fideua
Gandia is the cradle of the famous fideua, so you can't miss the opportunity to try it during your holidays. In addition, as is the case throughout the Comunidad Valenciana, the city's restaurants and bars offer numerous dishes whose star ingredient is rice, such as paella and seafood casserole (suquet de peix). Take advantage of this in one of their chiringuito overlooking the sea!