Area Oliva Nova
7 km/9 min
Oliva has for a long time been a popular getaway for the Spanish living in other parts of the country. Recently the area has also gained popularity amongst overseas visitors, mainly due to the pristine, uncrowded 7 kilometre blue flag beaches that the area enjoys. The town lies in the heart of Spain’s orange growing region, 75 kilometres south of Valencia and 100 kilometres north of Alicante.
The 7 kilometres stretch of beaches at Oliva have attained blue flag status for their excellence in cleanliness and facilities; all of them are wheelchair friendly. Many of the beaches have sand dunes, perfect for a little bit of isolation. There are also a variety of water sports at your fingertips.
22,5 km/24 min
If you’re planning your vacation here, allow plenty of time for sightseeing as there’s loads of stuff to do in Denia! This is a historic city which has witnessed the establishment of different civilizations that have left their mark, so most of the attractions in Denia are marked by the character of mixed cultures and cultural wealth.
With a coastline of more than 20 kilometers, Denia is a true paradise for sea lovers. In the north, perfect sandy beaches to enjoy with the family. In the south, the rocky coves that open to the Marine Reserve of the Cape of San Antonio and that allow activities of full contact with the seabed.
Javea delights us with 25 kilometers of beaches, a varied coastline and coves with natural charm and plenty of tourist attractions nearby.
One of the main attractions of this region is its coastline. No less than twenty kilometres of sands and hidden coves where visitors can enjoy a swim and a wide variety of water sports.
This town on the Alicante Costa Blanca shows its more tourist-related side around the area of the harbour. In addition to a wide range of accommodation, restaurants and recreational activities, in the harbour visitors can enjoy all types of water activities, such as sailing and windsurfing or a boat trip to Denia.