The Valencian coast
València Terra i Mar offers visitors an extensive range of tourist attractions, ensuring that everyone will enjoy their stay in the region: long beaches of golden sand on the coast, and inland mountain ranges; indoor and outdoor sports facilities; golf courses and sailing lessons; culture and entertainment; popular fiestas such as Las Fallas and little-known pilgrimages to holy shrines; tourist attractions for everyone, exquisite cuisine, good business, interesting congresses and conventions, such as the City of the Arts and Sciences in Valencia.
The Valencian coast is on the east of Spain. Valencia lies 350 km east of Madrid and 350km south of Barcelona.
The Mediterranean motorway A-7 connects with the European motorway network and, along with the N-342, is the main route along the coast. The N-234 links the Valencian coast with Zaragoza and the north of Spain, while the N-430 and the motorway A-3 connect the coast with Madrid and the interior of the peninsula.
Gandía is situated on the Mediterranean coast, 65km south of Valencia and 116km north of Alicante. To get to Gandía you can use the Mediterranean motorway A-7, following exit number 60. The N-342 national road is the main road to the Valencian coast which connects Gandía with Alicante and Valencia, just as the N-430 connects with the centre of the peninsula.
Oliva is located at the Mediterranean coast, 75 km. south of Valencia and 100 km. north of Alicante.
The connections by road is the Mediterranean motorway A-7, exit (salida) 61. The main road N-332 connects Olica with Alicante and Valencia.