Popular Lettings in Oliva
Highlights in Oliva
- Great wealth of monuments
- ideal beaches to go with children
- Wide variety of water activities
- Perfect for nature tourism lovers
- Magnificent golf course by the sea
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Oliva
Would you like to book a holiday rental in Oliva to spend a few days enjoying the beaches of the Costa de Valencia? On Holidu we have a wide variety of modern rentals perfectly equipped with everything you need, ideal for couples, families with children or groups of friends. Almost all of them are on the beach front or just a few minutes from it and have a swimming pool and terrace. Can you think of a better accommodation for your holidays?Villas and exclusive villas with beautiful exteriors
If, in addition to being close to the beach, you are looking for a holiday rental in Oliva with its own personality, you can choose between two options. Whether it's a cosy wooden cottage just a few metres from the beach or an exclusive villa with luxurious services. Set the search criteria you want, such as pool, terrace, garden, barbecue, jacuzzi or views. Everything you need to relax and enjoy an unforgettable stay on the Levante coast.
Holidays in Oliva
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the southeast of the province of Valencia, Oliva is a charming town that offers the traveller a very complete holiday. Despite having 11.8 km of coastline, it has a multitude of protected areas and a wide network of trails that go into the interior of the province. These landscapes are dominated by a dense, pure and virgin Mediterranean forest that constitutes the habitat of a great variety of animal species. So, if you decide to book a holiday rental in Oliva, you will be able to enjoy both the sea and the mountains.A modern town with an old town of rural essence
Oliva is situated on the eastern slope of the hill of Santa Anna, where the remains of the castle and the hermitage of the same name are located. Its old quarter maintains the rural essence that has characterised it throughout its history, with neighbourhoods of humble houses that are completed with the extensions drawn from the eighteenth century located in the flat part. The oldest district is Santa Maria, which was walled from the 15th to the 18th century. The growth experienced from the mid-twentieth century onwards led to the planning of new neighbourhoods around Barranc and Les Covatelles streets, creating a wide tree-lined avenue around which large residential buildings have been built. This is the summer and residential area, where letting blocks alternate with villas and semi-detached houses. Do you already know where you want to book your cheap letting in Oliva?
Types of travellers and activities
sportsOliva's beaches have nothing to envy of any other in the world. This is one of the best preserved beaches of the entire Costa de Valencia. Unlike other localities such as Gandia or Benidorm, the first line is occupied by small and charming holiday homes. In addition they are perfect to go with children, since their waters are low and, in spite of being animated, they are not overcrowded. But they are also ideal for water sports enthusiasts, such as surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, jet skiing, water skiing and kayaking.Oliva for golf enthusiasts
Oliva has a magnificent 18-hole golf course designed by none other than Severiano Ballesteros. It is located a few minutes from the beach, within the complex Oliva Nova. It occupies an area of 50 hectares and has wide fairways, gently rolling greens and water obstacles that test the skill of even the most experienced players. For its location, its environment and the quality of its infrastructure is one of the favourite golfers of the Costa Blanca.
Did you know that the oldest cemetery on the Iberian Peninsula is in Oliva? It dates from the Mesolithic and proves how prehistoric populations began to become pathways.
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Oliva has a rich monumental heritage that tells us about the role that the town played in the past. Walking through its historic centre is already a pleasure, but we recommend that you devote part of your holidays to visiting the main monumental attractions of the city, including the church of Santa Maria La Mayor, the abbey house of San Roque, the Carmelitas church, the remains of the wall, the Gregorio Mayans house, the ruins of the Santa Ana castle or the chapel of the Virgen del Rebollet.2. Connect with nature by doing sport
Although Oliva is known for its beaches, it also offers interesting attractions for travellers who want to enjoy activities in nature. The natural surroundings are the perfect setting for hiking, horse riding, mountain biking or hiking. In addition, there is a unique route in Spain, the TNT de les Valls, which includes MTB, Trail Running and road, through a landscape of breathtaking beauty.3. Take a pleasant horseback ride through the Marjal Pego-Oliva Natural Park
If you like horseback riding, you should know that in olive are organized excursions to the Natural Park Marjal Pego-Oliva. A beautiful natural spot located between Valencia and Alicante that serves as a resting area for many migratory birds. The ideal place to make a stop on the way during the pass and enjoy a delicious family picnic.4. Taste the delicious farcida pebrera
The most typical dish of Oliva is the pebrera farcida, peppers stuffed with rice. Such is the importance of this recipe that an annual contest is even held around it. But in addition, in olive you will be able to taste other typical plates of the zone, like the coques to the calfo, cakes of corn, boiled egg, tuna, pepper and anchovies; the figallets, small hamburgers to base of liver and lean of pork; or the shrimp amb bleda, prawns with chard.