Gandia is a town where it combines history, culture, leisure and of course tourism. You cannot go without visiting the city of the Borjas with its Historical-Commercial centre. Its beach is well-known for its nightlife as well as its infrastructure and facilities by the sand.

Oliva is well-known for its beaches as well as its historical centre. It has a Golf course, designed by Severiano Ballesteros.

Piles is where you can find the nearest beach to Ca Olivares (3km). Peaceful beach, when you get there if you head for the avenue which is on your right-hand side, at the end of the buildings there is a deserted beach where you can enjoy the sun and tranquillity of the Mediterranean among the sand dunes.

Miramar has been a blue flag beach since 2002. Urban beach, well looked after with many facilities including an open-air cinema where you can have dinner while watching a film under the stars.

Castellonet de la Conquesta heading inland within the region, we can find this village with a special attraction, it’s the second smallest village of the region. You can find eco-touristic trails, get lost in the Tarro valley and enjoy the unique scenery of tradition and nature.

Xativa 35 minutes away from Ca Olivares, was declared a Historical-Artistic Grouping in 1982, for its monumental richness of the old part of town in general, and for its particular significance of its most emblematic monuments, also declared Heritage of Cultural Interest.

Valencia Go for a walk around Valencia to feel the multiplicity and evolution of the city, where legacies of a rich history coexist harmoniously with contemporary and innovative architecture. Visiting the historical centre, contemplating religious temples and the city’s gothic, baroque and modernist monuments…, stopping at its renowned museums, are just some of the many suggestions that Valencia can offer to its visitors.