2 bedroom apartment for sale
Spain - Oliva, Valencia, Valencia
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- MODERN APARTMENT IN IDEAL LOCATION
- 2 BEDROOMS, 1 SHOWER ROOM
- SPACIOUS TERRACE
- NEXT TO A FABULOUS BLUE FLAG BEACH
- LIGHT LOUNGE WITH AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
- SHORT DRIVE TO OLIVA TOWN
- IN WALKING DISTANCE TO BARS, RESTAURANTS AND SHOPS
- PERFECT AS A HOLIDAY HOME OR INVESTMENT
Where is Oliva? Oliva is at the far north of the Costa Blanca coast where it meets the Costa del Azahar. Oliva is located in the region of Valencia. How to get to Oliva? Oliva is situated between Alicante and Valencia Airports. The main motorway AP7 Junction 61. By car it will take about 50 minutes to Valencia Airport and about an hour ten to Alicante Airport. By Train from Valencia Airport to Gandia and a bus to Oliva which is very popular for people who do not drive. By tram from Alicante Airport to Denia and then a bus to Oliva. Taxis are available but costly. Buses are cheaper and Beniconnect Travel seems to be the most popular and can connect you to most places. Beaches INCREDIBLE. Not over crowded like most of the Costa Blanca Beaches. Miles and miles of BLUE FLAG BEACHES, beaches for everyone, quiet and secluded or the opposite with water sports such as kitesurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, banana boats, jet skis and much more it all depends what you like to do. The main thing is the beaches are never over crowded which is why they are so popular with the Spanish. The waters are shallow so great for families with young children, no sudden drops like the Atlantic or other rough seas. Along the beaches there are nature reserves in the sand dunes and most plants are protected like most of the coastline in Valencia. Various coffee shops, bars, restaurants, gift shops, supermarkets all thriving in the summer months some of these are accessible from the beaches depending on where you go. Near the shops are the life guards and Red Cross centre. Market Oliva has a busy market on a Friday morning selling an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables. Other bargains, such as clothes and gifts are also on sale. Cheap sacks of Oranges and Lemons which are locally grown are a must to buy after all this is the Orange Blossom Coast Costa Azahar! Restaurants 1. El Pelut Bar and Restaurant situated in the Old Town of Oliva. Traditional Spanish cuisine and menu del dia starting from €9. 2. Sanchis coffee shop and patisserie on the main passeo near the band stand. 3. Bar Amigos this is near San Roc church and you may find you quite fancy a full English breakfast or egg and chips! Fiestas Oliva has one of the most amazing fiestas the Moors and Christians. Oliva is a traditional town which is very proud of its heritage. Activities Tennis club situated on the main road between Oliva town and the beach. Tennis lessons are available for all standards you can relax after with a meal in the club or light refreshments. Golf Course Oliva Nova Golf Course has 9 or 18 holes and you can choose which you wish to play, designed by world famous Spanish golfer Seve Ballesteros. The course is next to the beach situated on a 5 star complex, there is a driving range, professional coaches for lessons for all abilities. Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova has the world's best riders will gather in the Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova. Walking, Hiking and cycling the winter months here in Spain are ideal for these activities as the weather is beautiful temperatures can still be in the early 20's during the sunny days and we do get a lot of those. Castle walks, hiking groups, and cycle routes the area is very popular for these activities. There is a group called the U3A that have these groups look at their website and become a member for just a few euros a year. Oliva Old Town this is the original part of Oliva with the castle at the top of the hill. It is a love or hate place like marmite. Very popular with the Spanish, English and French a great community with an abundance of things to see and do. A short walk down the hill takes you to Main town Oliva. Main Town Oliva with everything you need if life, supermarkets, bars restaurants, 24 hour medical centre bus route to the beaches, bus to Gandia, banks, iron mongers (ferreteria), schools, markets indoor and outdoor on a Friday morning, Chinese restaurants, tapas bars, sports bar, lawyers everything. Beachside Pau Pi and Agua Blanca here is where the summer action is, restaurants open, supermarket, life guards, pop up summer bars, Oli Bar Bar to dance the night away a thriving place for the summer. Although most of the shops and restaurants are closed in the winter not all but the majority are.
- Valencia (International), 71.9 miles
- Alicante (International), 83.1 miles
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