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Oliva Nova, Costa de Valencia

Oliva Nova, Costa de Valencia

Training, mountains, beaches and great food!

Oliva Nova, Costa de Valencia

Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort offers rooms, apartments and villas in a variety of designs. The resort has a clear sporting focus and hosts a large number of international training camps and competitions every year. Football, golf, cycling and equestrian are among the most commonly practiced sports here.

Oliva Nova has an 18-hole golf designed by Severiano Ballesteros, a large equestrian arena, four soccer fields, two tennis courts and two paddle tennis courts. Oliva Nova Sports Center is located next to the football pitches and has a well-equipped gym, which is excellent for core and strength training. There is also an indoor hall for group training that can be used when sessions are not possible or suitable outdoors.

Oliva Nova's spa and small gym is located on the ground floor in the main resort. There is a lovely large swimming pool with Jacuzzi and waterfall, relaxation room, Finnish sauna, Turkish bath, foot bath and several showers with different pressures. There is also a separate women's department with sauna and showers.

The resort's courtyard with pool and beautiful spaces is ideal for relaxation. The courtyard has direct access to the stunning long sandy beach, which besides swimming and sunbathing offers a great place for your morning yoga and jogging.

All training facilities are within easy walking distance and there is a small town center with a grocery store, pharmacy, service centers and bars and restaurants.


Special Features

hotel4 stars

sports facilitiesgroup fitness rooms, yoga space, gym, football pitches, golf course

other facilitiespool, spa, restaurants, supermarket, pub

övriga aktiviteterhiking, running, mountain bike, tennis, road cycling

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Oliva is a Spanish city and municipality in the province of Valencia, on Spain's east coast, 75 km south of Valencia and 100 km north of Alicante.
Oliva is the second largest city along the Costa de Valenciana and has a total of 10 kilometers clean, 'blue flag' classed beautiful sandy beaches with shallow waters, ideal for families. The dunes separate the beaches from orange plantations, which are in turn followed by wetlands and finally the majestic mountains of the Fund - a varied and dramatic landscape which offers opportunities for hiking and biking tours.
Many tourists choose to camp at one of the camp sites along the coast to experience everything nature has to offer. In the mountains and villages of the 7 Dalarna around Oliva blossoming almond trees can be found in springtime.
The nature reserve Pego-Oliva Fen contains vast wetlands that have a large variety of carefully preserved rich flora and fauna. The area is particularly suited to cultivating rice, and especially the type of rice used in paella, the area's signature dish. Try also the drink horchata, which originates from the area. It is made of ground almonds, water and sugar and served ice cold, often with fartons, sweet pastries. Horchatan came to Spain during the time of the Moors, at 800-1200 century.
In the older parts of Oliva both Christian and Moorish remains can be found. In the old town there are two churches, Sant Roc and Santa Maria la Major. On top of the hill in the old town is Santa Anna Castle, built in the 1600s.
Along the historic streets of Oliva's old town various organized celebrations are held throughout the year: "Falles Fiesta" in March, a real festival with fireworks, parades and a lively atmosphere, "Moors and Christians" in July and "Setmana Santa" (Holy Week) are two more of the larger festivals. During these festivities the city residents move their families into the streets and gather happily in small bars and restaurants where tapas is served, along with coffee and wine.
Every Friday a large organized market along the pedestrian street can be found, selling a wide selection of local products. The market is well attended by people from the surrounding cities.
Oliva is also a well-known city for cyclists who come here for training camps during much of the year.
Oliva has a Mediterranean climate with a temperature of over 20°C more than 230 days a year. Winters are mild and summers are hot and dry. The average annual temperature is 18.5°C.

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