Best Oliva holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Oliva
Villa RenoirLocated in Oliva, 550 metres from Playa de Gors and 1.4 km from Playa de Les Devesses, Villa Renoir offers an outdoor swimming pool and air conditioning. This holiday home has a private pool, a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking.Book now
Bungalow Parte AltaFeaturing garden views, Bungalow Parte Alta provides accommodation with a balcony and a coffee machine, around 400 metres from Playa de Pau Pi. The Playa de L'Aigua Blanca and the Playa de Terranova-Burguera are within 650 metres and 1.1 km of the apartment, and free WiFi is provided.Book now
Family Beach Agua MarinaLocated in Oliva, 300 metres from Playa de Gors and 1.5 km from Playa de Les Devesses, Family Beach Agua Marina offers a terrace and air conditioning. This beachfront property offers access to a balcony, free private parking and free WiFi.Book now
Arena playa a 80 metros casaBoasting a patio with garden views, a garden and a terrace, Arena playa a 80 metros casa can be found in Oliva, close to Playa de L'Aigua Blanca and 200 metres from Playa de Pau Pi. With sea views, this accommodation features a balcony.Book now
Bungalow Oliva Nova GolfSituated in Oliva, within 750 metres of Playa de Gors and less than 1 km of Playa de Les Devesses, Bungalow Oliva Nova Golf offers accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, an outdoor swimming pool and a garden. The property has garden and mountain views, and is 2.7 km from Playa de L'Aigua Blanca.Book now
Between Valencia and Benidorm lies the small town of Oliva on the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain. Ten kilometres of fine sandy beaches and a flat coastline invite you to spend a carefree holiday in the midst of natural dunes, and the town’s marina offers a wide range of water sports. Oliva also has some architectural and cultural highlights; from your apartment in Oliva you can explore the Christian and Moorish quarters, with their churches, towers and ancestral homes from the Middle Ages to this day. If you decide to stay at Platja de Oliva southeast of the town centre, you will not only live close to the beach, but also not far from the Marjal de Pego-Oliva Park. This nature park is home to a great variety of species in the marshes south of the Serpis River, including several marsh and water turtles. And also the 18-hole golf course of Oliva you will find here, at the southern end of the village, in a protected location directly on the beach. Book with us also your holiday apartment in Urbanizació Aigua Blanca, a quiet residential area with beach access just a few hundred meters from the town center.
Beach holiday in front of historical scenery: Apartments in Oliva
The fact that the small town of Oliva can look back on a long history is evident everywhere in the alleys of the historic town centre. As with couchsurfing in Oliva, you can explore the town from your private accommodation and stroll along the promenade that runs right through the town centre and regularly celebrates colourful folk festivals. A private holiday apartment in Oliva can also be used as a retreat after a long day in town or on the beach. From your accommodation you can also visit the Archaeological Museum to learn more about the history of the province of Valencia or the Illustration Museum in an 18th century mansion. Santa Anna Castle also dates back to the 16th century and sits on the hill overlooking Oliva, which you can easily reach on foot from your Oliva apartment.
Private apartments in Oliva and other southern Spanish towns
An apartment in Oliva not only offers you the best conditions for a relaxing beach holiday, but is also not far away from many dream destinations in the area. The port city of Valencia is a must with its architectural treasures and countless museums, and if you haven’t already booked accommodation in Valencia, you can reach the bustling metropolis from Oliva, 80 kilometres away, in an hour by car. But also smaller places like Alzira at the river Júcar or the seaside resort Gandía await you with historical palaces and buildings from the Moorish period. If you visit the small town of Buñol west of Valencia in August, you can experience the annual Tomatina Festival, where tens of thousands of visitors from all over the world fight a huge tomato battle in the streets of the city. And many other places in southern Spain also have their own regionally celebrated folk festivals. If you are travelling along the Côte d’Azur to Oliva, you can also find out about Apartments in Nice and other places on the French Riviera.