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    huisjes transpTrips & Beaches

    The trips and beaches are categorized by their distance from Casa Oliveira. Click on the Google Maps icon GoogleMaps iconfor the trip/beach to get more information and calculate the route via Google Maps.

     Orxeta | Orcheta

    google maps icon  1 km 


    GoogleMaps iconMountain Hike Serra d'Orxeta | 3.4 km

    PRCV 353 Serra d'Orxeta | Mirador 1 - Cumbra | 3.470 meters - 1 h 30'
    Startpoint: Click on → Google icoon

    GoogleMaps iconMountain Hike Serra d'Orxeta | 6.5 km

    PRCV 353 Serra d'Orxeta | Mirador 2 - Pantano | 6.500 meters - 2 h 20'
    Startpoint: Click on → Google icoon

    GoogleMaps iconPublic Swimming Pool Orxeta

    Public swimming pool in a quiet area on the edge of the village. Opening hours: see website

     Relleu ♦ Sella

    google maps icon  5 km 


    GoogleMaps iconPasarela De La Presa De Relleu

    Pasarela de la presa de Relleu has a beautiful wooden walkway of about 1 km (there and back) with a glass balcony overlooking the dam. Parking at the Carretera del Camino del Amadorio, about 2.5 km outside Relleu.
    Starting point click on → Google icon

    GoogleMaps iconHistoric Center Relleu

    Relleu is located in the middle of a valley surrounded by mountains such as the Cabeçó d'Or (1209 m), the Serra de la Grana (1095 m) and the Serra de l'Aguilar (895 m) and has an interesting Roman past.

    GoogleMaps iconHistoric Village Sella

    Sella a typical Valencian village! Ideal for walking, climbing and cycling! Sella has narrow, steep streets and is located at the foot of the Aitana Mountains.


    google maps icon  7,5 km 


    GoogleMaps iconPuig Campana | Mountain Climbing

    Do you want to experience the thrill of climbing the second highest mountain in Alicante? This can be done during a day of rock climbing at the Puig Campana (1406m).

    GoogleMaps iconFinestrat Old Town

    The old center of Finestrat is located 5 kilometers from the beach on a hill. Small streets of Moorish origin run along the slope through beautiful, whitewashed and colorful houses.


    google maps icon  10 km 


    GoogleMaps iconColoured Old Town: La Vila Joiosa

    The old center of Villajoyosa is a true color festival, with houses in all kinds of cheerful shades such as yellow, blue and red. This tradition dates back to the time when fishermen painted their houses in striking colors to make them recognizable from the sea.

    GoogleMaps iconBeach: Playa de Villajoyosa

    An extremely wide landscaped boulevard with an excellent sandy beach that extends from the center to the harbor. Many restaurants and bars. Has an underground garage directly on the boulevard.

    GoogleMaps iconBeach: Playa del Bol Nou

    Very nice beach, away from the crowds with a beach bar where you can enjoy tasty and creative tapas with a view of the sea! Suitable for vegetarians. They also offer vegan and gluten-free options.

    GoogleMaps iconNude beach: Playa Lesparrello

    Excellent - contrary to what is often the case - and easily accessible nudist beach (part sand, part pebble) with excellent parking. Here you can relax wonderfully.


    google maps icon  20 km 


    GoogleMaps iconMirador Plaça del Castell/ Santa Anna church

    Just about the most iconic spot in Benidorm with panoramic views of the sea where an old fortress once stood. In the adjacent 18th century Santa Anna Church with its typical blue dome, there is a soothing tranquility, away from the hustle and bustle.

    GoogleMaps iconTerra Mitica Theme park

    Terra Mítica is a Spanish theme park located in Benidorm, Costa Blanca. The park is divided into 5 thematic zones: Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Iberian Peninsula and the Islands.

    GoogleMaps iconBeach: Playa de Poniente

    Benidorm West Beach is also one of the most popular beaches in Benidorm with amazing golden sand and crystal clear water.

     Altea ♦ L'Albir

    google maps icon  25 km 


    GoogleMaps iconAltea Old Town

    The old town of Altea is one of the jewels of the Costa Blanca, the streets form a labyrinth of immaculate white houses, filled with plants and colorful flowers, beautiful cobbled streets and stairs that give the place a lovely Mediterranean flair.

    GoogleMaps iconJardin de los Sentidos | Exotic garden

    Discover the Tea Garden Garden of the Senses in Altea, a unique place where nature comes to life. Immerse yourself in an oasis of exotic plants from all over the world. Admission to the Garden of the Senses includes a delicious tea menu with granita, cake, seasonal fruit and all the time in the world.

    GoogleMaps iconHike to the lighthouse in Sierra Helada

    A 2.5 km one-way walk to the Albir Lighthouse, built in 1863, is worthwhile. With a bit of luck you can also spot dolphins! Important: take water with you on the road!.
    Starting point click on → Google icon

     La Nucía ♦ Pollop

    google maps icon  30 km 


    GoogleMaps iconLa Nucía Old Town

    Old center with church from the 18th century, narrow streets and the Michelin-starred restaurant El Xato. Also worth seeing: the Ermita (chapel) de San Rafael. It is best to combine La Nucia with a visit to neighboring Polop.

    GoogleMaps iconHistoric Village Pollop

    Charming town located between majestic mountains with the enchanting fountain on the Plaza de los Chorros, and the castle located high above the city. You can have a coffee on one of the terraces in the center.

     Guadalest ♦ Callosa

    google maps icon  35 km 


    GoogleMaps iconEl Castell de Guadalest

    El Castell de Guadalest, also called the Eagle's Nest, was built by the Moors on a high rock. The castle is only accessible through a gate and tunnel. The village exudes the atmosphere of yesteryear. From the village square you have a breathtaking view of the reservoir of the same name.

    GoogleMaps iconWaterfalls Fonts de l'Algar

    A little further on in Callosa d'en Sarrià are the waterfalls of Fonts de l'Algar where you can bathe and picnic along the beautiful water features.


    google maps icon  40 km 


    GoogleMaps iconHistoric Center Busot

    The center of this beautiful town has remained unchanged over the centuries and is only 10 km from the beach. The village has an ethnic music center where instruments from all over the world can be seen. Right behind the village are Las Cuevas de Canelobre.

    GoogleMaps iconCanelobre Caves

    The Arabs are said to have discovered the cave in the 10th century and it was used as a refuge and aircraft repair center during the Spanish Civil War. There is a constant temperature of 17 degrees. The cave is beautifully lit with different colored lamps.

     Benissa | Jálon

    google maps icon  50 km 


    GoogleMaps iconHistoric Center van Benissa

    Well-kept secret on the Costa Blanca with quiet squares, streets and beautiful buildings that go far back in time. Visit Casa Museo Abargues, the Iglesia de la Puríssima Xiqueta from 1902 and enjoy a snack and drink at Placeta de l'Església Vella.

    GoogleMaps iconFlea market of Jalón (Xalón)

    The Jalón region: extensive (wine) fields in a rolling landscape with the town of Jalón as its central hub, where a flea/brocante market is held on Saturday mornings where you can find real treasures from antique to vintage such as authentic flasks, olive pots, crockery, cutlery, etc.