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Camping Kikopark, Oliva.

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Camping Kikopark is an excellent site located along a magnificent beach and just minuets from the town of Oliva.

The pitches are large hardstanding with overhead shades and euro electric hook up/water/grey water disposal. Facilities are very good and site is very well maintained.

We booked in for 5 days and stayed 10 thanks in part to the numerous places of interest to visit and Oliva itself. A perfect base to see so much of what Spain has to offer.

Fee's were 25 euro's per night plus electric (metered) and WiFi which added very little to the overall bill.

Oliva quickly became our favourite location on our tour and Kikopark the icing on the cake. A cafe and well equipped shop plus a restaurant overlooking the beach and marina plus swimming pool.

Oliva town we came to know quite well, typically spanish but not 'touristy' with numerous bars/cafe's and huge weekly market. Friendly & Welcoming.

Travel Tips = Denia is a short drive away and well worth it. Its Marina and Castle dominate the new (marina)& old town reached through its famous tunnel under the castle. Every street is a cafe culture dream come true with countless bars/restaurants and shaded seating area's around the main square.

Vall de Ebo Caves. = The route to this cave is breathtaking, leaving the city of Pego the road snakes round hairpin bends climbing sharply upwards to 550metres with spectacular views, decending into the tiny village of Vall de Ebo deep in the mountains. The cave is on the outskirts with its renowned Stalactites & Stalagmites , an amazing spectacle.Guided tour 4 euro's each.

Gata de Gorgos. = Spanish town world famous for its Basket Weaving where numerous shops line the main street selling the most incredible variety of goods (and the unusua)l all hand woven.

Simat de la Valldigna Monestry. = The most incredible journey possible. Deep in the valley surrounded by high mountains this monestary under renovation is breathtaking. The route from Gandia to Barx up into the mountains is stunning but leaving Barx to Simat is incredible. Special viewing points along a steeply decending hairpin road add to the wonder of this location. The feeling of awe inside the monestry is evident, plus outside the entrance are 2 small cafe's selling excellent food set amongst the little spanish houses. A visit never to be forgotten.

We visited all these attractions and would recommend to all. (Special thanks to Valkrider on this forum for his local knowledge)

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This was another site that I recommended to Brian and we often just pop there for a couple of days if we want to unwind as it is only 30 minutes from home.


As I live in this area it was easy to recommend places for Brian to visit. Most of Spain has similar sites of interest BUT as a generalisation the locals are not good at advertising what they have and it takes local knowledge to dig out places to see.

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