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Quick facts about Oliva


Temperatures in Oliva throughout the year

Travel information about Oliva

Oliva is a municipality in Spain that falls in the Valencian Community. This particular municipality is famous for its 7km long coastline with lots of beaches that front the Mediterranean Sea. The area has been famous as a gateway for other parts of the country for years. It got the attention of foreign tourists also because of its beautiful blue flag beaches and well rated beachside gold club.

The cleanness of waters and the excellence of facilities have helped Oliva gain the status of blue flag. It doesn’t matter whether you are traveling solo, with friends, or family, the beaches here in Oliva are friendly for both kids and adults. Having sand dunes, many of its beaches also offers complete isolation for the people who come here in search of peace. The town has also got some vacation rentals where people stay and spend their vacations by visiting its attractions.

What Oliva Offers You

There are endless interesting activities you can enjoy here in Oliva. The famous Moorish and Christian festival, Festes de Moros i Cristians is also celebrated in this municipality during the third week of every July. Oliva Nova Beach is a perfect resort for golf lovers. You can spend your vacations while passing your leisure time on its beautiful beaches and can also play golf in this golfing paradise.

The climate of Oliva is one of the best in the world as you can have more than 300 shiny days every year in this particular municipality. Tourism happens to be the leading industry in Oliva as tourists from all over the world come here with their friends or family to enjoy their vacations. There are various vacation rentals that accommodate both local and foreign tourists who come to this unspoiled gateway for relaxation.

The Climate of Oliva

The climate of this small town is quite feasible for tourists as it remains above 20 °C more than 230 days in a year. The summers happen to be dry and hot, attracting more tourists to its sunny beaches. The winter season remains mild and the beaches in winters don’t get many visitors. However, the old town receives visitors throughout the year.

How to reach Oliva?

It’s not so difficult to reach a famous tourist place like Oliva. All you need to do is to reach the nearby city, Valencia. There is an international airport in Valencia so you can easily fly to the city from your hometown. Once you have reached in Valencia, you’ll find lots of buses, cars, and taxis that will take only an hour to drop you here in Oliva.

In case you are coming from the south, you should then make Alicante Airport as your first destination. From that airport also, it takes an hour and some more minutes to reach this beach town.

The road access is also excellent as a motorway (A7 autoroute) passes close by Oliva.

Things You Should Do in Oliva

There are plenty of attractions that you should enjoy this town with your friends or family. Whether you spend a wonderful day at its beach or you wander in the streets of the old town, one thing is for sure that you aren’t going to get bored in your whole trip.

Oliva Paya

is its main beach where you'll find a rush of local and foreign tourists in the season of summer. The vacation rentals near the beach also remain full in summers with so many foreign tourists. You better book a vacation rental near the beach through CuddlyNest prior to your arrival so that you may not face any difficulty in the trip.

Since the beach area is quite long, you can always escape other people by walking far enough, alone or with your beloved ones. Unlike other beaches in Costa Blanca, you won’t find this beach much crowed. This is the reason that its natural beauty is still unspoiled. There three main beaches in Oliva are:

Pau Pi Playa Terranova-Burguera Playa Aigua Blanca Playa

The Old Olivia Town

gets visitors throughout the year in summers and winters both. The agriculture and tourism are the town’s main source of income of the town and there are orange fields in the surroundings. There are many ancient buildings in the town and the most noteworthy one is the Moorish Castle. The blue-domed roofs of the two churches also look lovely when they lit up at night. CuddlyNest can provide you vacation rentals at the most competitive rates in this old town.


. No matter you are traveling with your friends or family, you would love to spend time with your beloved ones on the benches with open space and trees. Other than that, there are also play areas for kids, restaurants, cafes, and much more discover. While wandering its local markets and other public areas, you’ll notice that the town still has the touch and feel of the old Spanish culture and hasn’t fully acquired the modern development.

The 18-Hole Golf Course

is also one of the attractions of the town. There is an Oliva Nova Golf Club that is close to the beach. This particular golf club was designed by Seve Ballesteros who has been the most famous Spanish golfer. You can enjoy a great beach holiday while playing in this well-rated golf course.

Since it's a small town, you don't need to hire any vehicle in the town. However, you'll be required to hire a taxi if your plans are to explore the coast of Costa Blanca.

CuddlyNest Provides Vacation Rentals in Oliva

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Since Oliva is a small town and there are quite few vacation rentals, you better book a vacation rental prior to your arrival in the town so that you can have a wonderful trip with your beloved ones!

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