Environment information

Olive is located in a privileged location on the Mediterranean with numerous and splendid beaches of fine and golden sand and shallow waters that extend length of 8.5 km and is known throughout Europe for its natural beauty and quality are unmatched. Features that, combined with the warm climate and a wide range of services, make the beaches of Oliva, the preferred destination to enjoy the holiday at any time of the year.

Parc Natural de la Marjal de Pego-Oliva

The Natural Park of the Marjal Pego-Oliva is a protected natural area located between the towns of Pego and Oliva. This area of 1255 hectares was declared a natural park by the autonomous government of valencia on December 27, 1994.1 This protected natural area has a dune system that stretches south of the river Serpis. This is formed by the spaces swamp and paddy fields. The formation of this park is due to the process of silting, who suffered from a former bay that became the albufera and later went on to become the current marsh. Because it is a uniform extension of reedbeds with numerous rafts of clean water being crossed by a network of ancient canals.

Historic city

Olive has itineraries for the old Raval moorish indicated by signs where you can visit, among other places, the picturesque street of the Sickle, or the Tosalet of Doix, a viewpoint where you enjoy its panoramic views.

In addition, it will walk streets lined with noble houses, architecture rustic and elegant and the remains of the imposing palace of the lords Centelles and Riu Sech.

Olive has a castle fortress at the top of his mountain, having enabled his access via a flight of stairs to facilitate enormously the rise. Once here, you can see the entire city of Olive from the heights, where you will discover all its urban layout and its buildings of incalculable value as the churches of Santa María and San Roque with its characteristic blue domes.

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