Well-maintained and marked hiking trails make the valley an excellent base for hikers.
Because the routes differ greatly in length and difficulty, it is suitable for hikers of all levels.
Do you prefer cycling? Not only Vall de Gallinera but also the surrounding valleys (d’Ebo and d’Alcalà) are popular with both local and professional cyclists. Do you not have a bicycle? You can rent one in Oliva. They can be delivered to and picked up from Benialí.
Prehistoric cave paintings or remains from the time of Moorish rule? You don’t have to leave the valley for a bit of culture.
Is your cultural hunger not yet stilled? How about an audio tour of the Duke’s Palace of Gandia, a visit to Casa Orduña in Guadalest or a tour of Cullera Castle? Are you flying from Valencia? Then you ideally combine your stay with a tour of the city with Eline from Valencia Inside. Let her know what you’re interested in and see will show you the city on your terms.
While the small bays of Dénia or Jávea are ideal for snorkeling, the wide, extensive sandy beach of Oliva is perfect for a walk on the beach.
Our favorite beach is (with the exception of the busy season in July and August) not only really quiet, but also located less than a thirty-minute drive from us.
Would you rather go stand up paddling, jet skiing or boating? There are plenty of options in Oliva, Dénia and Jávea. We are happy to help you arrange it.
The Alicante wine region is divided into two zones: the southwestern Vinalopó and the northern La Marina.
Noëlle, who developed a love for wine during her career at various star restaurants, is always looking for the best local wines.
If she is not working in Switzerland (which she does during the winter season), she would be happy to invite you for a wine tasting. In the Bed & Breakfast or at one of the many winemakers in Alicante.
Are you staying for a few days and would you like to explore the area? The following places are within a radius of one hundred kilometers. For more information, click on the photo.