Oliva is renowned for its 10 km of clean beaches, backed by sandy hills
Oliva is renowned for its 10 km of clean beaches, backed by sandy hills. The town borders the province of Alicante. Its architecture is well preserved, so travelers can see the ancient beauty of the town.
You can visit the Rebolle Monastery, the Palacio de los Proprietores and the remnants of Santa Ana Castle. The Pego-Oliva Fen Reserve is a must-see. The wetlands are inhabited by animals and plants of ecological value. It is worth buying a property in Oliva for long-term living for those who prefer a quiet and peaceful environment. The properties are purchased for commercial purposes and rental purposes.