Museo de las Clarisas you can admire works by painters such as Paolo da San Leocadio, Nicolau Falcó, Joan de Joanes, José de Ribera, or sculptors like Pedro de Mena. It highlights an important sample of goldsmiths of the XVI century.

Palau Ducal de Gandia he Ducal Palace of Gandia captures styles, from Gothic to Baroque, with guided tours every hour.

Santa María de la Valldigna Monastery in Simat.25 minutes away from the house, where you’ll find this Cistercian Monastery founded in 1298 by James II of Aragon.

Iglesia Colegiata de Gandia, (Collegiate Church of Gandia) Built on a primitive Arab mosque; it later became a church until the year 1499 where it got its status as Collegiate.It preserves from its primitive gothic design, the chancel and nave, which are still part of the Baroque style structure, since it was rebuilt by the Duchess of Gandia in the 16th century. It consists of one nave and represents a clear example of the late Valencian or Catalan-Aragonese Gothic style.

Sant Jeroni de Cotalva Monastery, in Alfauir. 8km from Ca Olivares. One of the most remarkable monastic buildings in the Valencian Community, the fact that its stylistic diversity stands out, originating from a primitive Gothic Medieval structure evolving mainly from the 16th-18th Century.