Oliva Beaches

The municipality of Oliva has many attractions for the visitor: More than ten kilometres of dune beaches where you can enjoy the sun and the sea. The clean sandy beaches and shallow waters are bordered along almost their entire length by dunes that separate the orange groves and the sea. In the urban center, well preserved, you can distinguish the Christian village and the Moorish raval. The house of Gregorio Mayans and the 17th-19th century manor houses on Calle Tamarit are noteworthy. The Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park is a wetland area with abundant native fauna and vegetation of great ecological value.

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Terranova-Burguera Beach

Oliva | Valencia

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Pau Pi Beach

Oliva | Valencia

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Deveses Beach

Oliva | Valencia

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Rabdells Beach

Oliva | Valencia

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Aigua Blanca Beach

Oliva | Valencia

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Aigua Morta Beach

Oliva | Valencia

What's Oliva beaches Offers?

Oliva offers the tourist very long sandy beaches, with a family atmosphere, with shallow and calm waters. It is an orchard and coastal municipality that has developed all kinds of services for spending your holidays. Inland, the beach gives way to vegetable gardens and orange groves that climb up the mountain slopes, gaining ground to the pines, forming a landscape that is dotted with 19th century farmhouses and recreational villas. 10 Kilometres of Mediterranean for you from

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What is the difference between the beaches of Oliva and the rest?

The Oliva coast has almost 9 kilometers of coastline with beaches for all tastes and with the best awards such as blue flags. For this we have made the selection that you have seen above. Do you want to know which are the best beaches in Oliva and its surroundings?

At the top of this page dedicated to the beaches of Oliva we have indicated all the best beaches in this locality, and below we give you a little more information about the best beaches in this area of ​​southern Valencia.

Oliva has a total of 8,800 meters of coastline bathed by theSea Mediterranean a coastline that in each geographical area has its own geological, climatic and, of course, cultural conditions. Therefore, there are beaches for all tastes and awards. Impossible to fall into monotony when talking about the best beaches in Spain.

An incredible paradise between Gandía and Denia

A beach is the perfect space for happiness. If even the sun seems to shine more on a beach! We all remember a summer in our lives, and there is always a beach on it. They say that the waves bring the good and take the bad out of life. The truth is that we all love that the foam of the sea caresses our bare feet on the shore and make castles in fantastic ways.

Spain tops the world list of countries with the most beaches awarded with the blue flag. The community that concentrates the most awards is the Valencian Community. But beyond the prizes, on the Spanish coast there are beaches to see dreamy sunsets, white sand beaches and turquoise waters that seem to come out of a postcard, wild coves, sandy areas protected by their biological wealth, beaches with great waves for surfing .

We findbeacheswarmsuch as those in the southern region of Valencia, winter beaches surrounded by green landscapes such as the Marjal de Pego-Oliva and beaches to let the sun caress us in summer as in Oliva. Beaches for idlers, for readers, for lovers, for the carefree. But, above all, in Spain there are beaches for happiness and these are undoubtedly the olive groves.

And since it is about being happy, here we leave you where to look for accommodation near the best olive beaches to achieve that happiness in a beautiful landscape.

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Oliva beach is very special for children.

It is true that it is always kept in mind that the Levante area, especially the Valencian Community, is a very crowded bathing area. 

This is quite true since there is a lot of tourism and this is complemented by the fact that there has been “massive” urban planning, but while it is true that this area has very special places, as we have indicated on this page, there is an area on the beaches such as Oliva, some beaches with exceptional conservation in the area of the Valencian Community. 

A coastline of fine sand beach (around 10 kilometers), located between Gandía and Denia, with crystal clear water, with natural and unspoilt dunes on the coast with hardly any constructions, although it is an area of individual houses and villas, there are hardly any large buildings.

Many people imagine themselves going into battle for a hole in the Oliva beach and, but this does not happen in the Oliva beach, this place is like a paradise in a desert sea within such an “urbanized” area. 

For stays in this area it is difficult for them to have problems with space, parking, accessibility or accommodation, a wonder for any lover of relaxation in summer time. 

In its almost 9 kilometers there are several beach bars, one of the most famous and that most people gather is the Oliba-ba, which at its entrance has two moais, some famous figures from Easter Island which make it very striking.

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