Oliva, Valencia, Spain

Oliva, Valencia, Spain

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What is the best area to stay when travelling to Oliva?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the areas with the largest selection of holiday accommodations for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Oliva:

  • Paichi: 546 holiday homes
  • Urbanització la Fustera: 705 holiday homes
  • Venecia: 159 holiday homes
  • Guadalest: 15 holiday homes
  • Arnella: 569 holiday homes

For other neighbourhoods, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Oliva?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Oliva. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Oliva Nova Golf Club: 12,150 holiday lettings
  • Archaeological Museum of Olivia: 5,174 holiday lettings
  • Oliva Marina: 5,711 holiday lettings
  • Town Hall Square: 5,334 holiday lettings
  • Font Salada: 12,019 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Oliva listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with suitable for kids in Oliva?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with suitable for kids among our 2,391 holiday homes with suitable for kids available in Oliva. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

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    Make a holiday rental villa or apartment in Oliva, Spain your home away from home

    Oliva is a beach resort on the Costa del Azahar, between Valencia and the Costa Blanca. Boasting 10km of beaches, magnificent sports facilities and luxury holiday accommodation, Oliva is rapidly gaining international recognition as a world class holiday destination. Oliva manages to combine fantastic beaches, great golf and a peaceful atmosphere whilst keeping huge concrete developments at bay.

    Places to holiday in Oliva, Spain

    Less than an hour from Oliva is the main attraction of the Costa Blanca; Benidorm. Benidorm is completely different to Oliva, having lost much of its original charm, now standing for beach and nightlife orientated holidays. With 1000 restaurants and 30 clubs, Benidorm is always popular. Benidorm has a casino, two theme parks, a water park and many other children’s attractions, making it a great day out if you have taken an Oliva holiday rental for a family holiday.

    Things to do in Oliva, Spain

    Oliva is still a Spanish town first and holiday resort second, and although the facilities are excellent, leaving you wanting for nothing once in your Oliva holiday rental, shop keepers and waiters do not all speak perfect English like in many resorts. An effort to speak the language is hugely appreciated by the very hospitable locals. The nightlife is lively, and the bars stay open till late, but for more international evening entertainment, try the resort of Denia, just 15 minutes down the coast. Walking around the Oliva you will discover much about its history. The city gates, fountains, buildings, gardens and walls all tell a story, and give you an idea of how the town grew. The churches of Sta Maria and St Roc are certainly worth a visit.

    The Oliva Nova Golf Club was designed by Seve Ballesteros, and has put Oliva on the golf holiday map, with golfers from across the globe rushing to take a holiday rental villa in Oliva to try their hand at this stunning 18 hole golf course in the sun. Non-members can enjoy a round and the facilities of the Oliva Nova Golf Club whilst staying in rental accommodation in Oliva, including the spa facilities.

    The beaches in Oliva have been a great influence in the development of such a magnificent holiday centre. With long, wide, blue flag beaches covered in fine, golden sand, Oliva holiday rentals are in great demand, especially as there are no high rise hotels to soak up the surplus. Surprisingly, Oliva’s beaches are never crowded, even during peak season, which only adds the idyllic atmosphere. The strong prevailing winds along the coast of the Costa del Azahar has meant that water sport, especially sailing, windsurfing and kite boarding, have erupted over the years, and sports equipment can often be seen drying outside property and holiday apartments in Oliva.

    Between Oliva and the Segaria Mountains is Europe’s largest subterranean lake, which has been declared a protected natural reserve. Both bird and plant life is abundant here with many migratory birds taking refuge here including variety of flamingo, stork and duck. The mountains behind the park provide a further haven for walking, climbing, hang gliding and canoeing from an Oliva villa rental.

    Weather in Oliva, Spain

    With 300 days of sun every year and average temperatures in summer soaring to 29˚C, the beaches of Oliva are a beautiful place to spend a few days relaxing. Even in winter, the golf courses, sporting facilities, restaurants and natural parks are great to use when staying in self catering Oliva accommodation, as average temperatures are still over 13˚C.

    Flights to Oliva, Spain

    Both Valencia Airport (VLC) and the El Altet International Airport (ALC) in Alicante receive daily flights from the UK. Flights take two and a half hours from the UK, and Oliva is less than two hours from either airport. Cheap flights to Oliva are provided on a number of airlines, especially the ‘no frills’ airlines like easyJet and Ryanair.

    Attractions in and around Oliva

    First time in Oliva and looking for things to do? Visitors searching for nearby cultural experiences can spend an enlightening afternoon at Archaeological Museum of Olivia, Museu Faller or Archaeological Museum of Gandia. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at Aigua Blanca Beach and Pau Pi Beach, or experience the natural beauty of Font Salada. Activities around the area include Oliva Marina, Gandia Golf Club and Gandia Marina. Discover Oliva Beach, Platja de Terranova or Town Hall Square while exploring the city during your stay. You may also want to visit Castell d'Ambra, Les Deveses Beach or Daimuz Beach.