A stroll through Oliva

For all those who are passionate about history and culture, Oliva offers a wide range of possibilities so that our visitors, while getting to know the town, can also enjoy peaceful walks along the cobblestoned streets of our historic centre.
If you’d like to enjoy a relaxed stroll along narrow and labyrinthine side streets, Oliva has two sign-posted routes through the old Moorish Raval, during which you’ll be able to visit places like the picturesque streets of La Hoz and El Tossalet del Doix, a lookout point from where you can indulge in its panoramic views.
If, on the other hand, what you’re looking for is to immerse yourself in the town’s culture and tradition, there’s another route through the Vila Condal which takes you to various museums such as the Ethnological Museum, a real world of existence where you can discover diverse aspects of La Safor’s most recent culture. What’s more, it’ll take you through streets that are full of noble homes with rustic and elegant architecture and the remains of the imposing palace of the Lords of Centelles and Riu Sech.
And if all that isn’t enough, Oliva boasts a castle-fortress at the top of its mountain, access to which is made possible through a stairway which makes it much easier to get in. Once you’re there, you’ll be able to see the entire town of Oliva from above, such as the layout of its streets and its invaluable buildings like the churches of Santa María and San Roque with their characteristic blue cupolas.
And so what are you waiting for? Immerse yourself in our town and get to know it with our huge cultural offering.


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Guided tours

Our tourist office offers guided tours through the historic centre of Oliva, so that our visitors can discover our town’s buildings and monuments, as well as the other emblematic spots that keep popping up throughout the tour.

Every Wednesday at 10 am

2 hours approx.

Tourist Info Oliva, Paseo Luís Vives s/n

If you’re interested, you’ll have to drop by our tourist office beforehand, although the tour is free for everyone.