Holiday rentals and apartments in Gandia
With its cosmopolitan charm, lovely marina and gorgeous beaches, Gandia is a beloved tourist destination along the Costa Blanca. This perfect holiday spot offers you a stunning stretch of coastline with endless wide, sugar soft, golden beaches for relaxing and enjoying watersport. There are plenty of opportunities for varied and interesting day trip itineraries to magnificent surrounding towns and attractions such as Denia to the south and the beautiful city of Valencia.Sunset views and glorious beaches.
Plan and enjoy an unforgettable family or group holiday with access to all the best historical sights, superb beaches and glorious sunset vistas all easily accessible from your accommodation. Choose from a variety of conveniently located holiday rentals in and around Gandia on the Valencia coast. A selection of spacious, tastefully decorated holiday lettings offer ample space to accommodate groups of 2, 4, 6 or even as many as 9 guests! Many of the immaculate holiday stays on offer boast the use of a sparkling pool in a lovely garden setting and are located under 100m from the beach!
Holidays in Gandia
Enjoy an unforgettable stay in this popular coastal resort destination in one of Spain's most famous holiday regions that boasts over 100 km of sparkling Mediterranean coastline stretching from Sagunto in the north to Oliva in the south! The Costa Valencia has long been a beloved year round, cosmopolitan destination for sunseekers and holidaymakers and is a firm favourite for fans of dance clubs and glamorous nightlife.Sightseeing, premier beaches and local cuisine
The Gandia coast offers you an unforgettable seaside getaway perfect for a family or group holiday. Here you have access to the best attractions ranging from a 14th century monastery to fabulous ancient seaside villages such as Denia dotted along the coast plus the unmissable, heritage mystique of the stunning city of Valencia. The entire coastline offers you easy access to some of the most beautiful, pristine, golden sand beaches in Spain bustling with incredible amenities and stunning boardwalks. There are wonderful options for dining on the finest paella in Spain as well as top notch international cuisine.
If you love family days out in nature make sure you do not miss a picnic in the stunning El Pi de Ambroso woodland area just 45 minutes west of Gandia by car! With picnic benches and barbeque pits galore, this is a great outdoor adventure for families. Ardent hikers will not be disappointed by the magnificent landscapes along the abundant trails in the Montgó National park where you can climb the spectacular Montgó Massif that rises to a height of 753 metres between the municipalities of Denia and Jávea for breathtaking views!Gandia for nightlife enthusiasts
Gandia is a huge calling card for sunseeker that also love to dance the night away! Boasting 4 famous, mega clubs, there is truly something for everyone. Falkata is a hot venue for hen and stag nights while Bacana boasts some of the biggest name DJ´s from Spain and around the world at the turntables. Cocoloco is a legendary night spot that has been dropping outstanding beats and entertaining party goers for years!
Spend the day soaking up the glorious, golden sunshine and enjoying the calm, crystalline waters of Gandia´s beautiful Playa De LÁhuir. Here you have excellent access to 3 kilometres of idyllic soft sand shoreline backed by a gorgeous palm lined promenade for a perfect family beach day of fun in the sun. The lovely, upmarket seafront promenade is packed with bars and restaurants where you can wine and dine on delectable Spanish as well as international food!2. Day trip to Valencia
With gorgeous sundrenched Valencia only an hour by car from Oliva you have every reason to make a day of it enjoying this iconic Spanish city! Enjoy buzzing, palm lined ancient plazas, visit one of Europe's most impressive science exhibition centres, La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències and see the magnificent aquatic displays at Europe's largest oceanarium. Be sure to take a peek at the exquisite, magical gothic building La Lonja de la Seda, a UNESCO heritage site dating back to the 15th century. Go shopping at the gorgeous art nouveau Central Market and fill up on paella at a pavement cafe!3. Visit Real Monasterio de Sant Jeroni
A few minutes from the outskirts of Gandia you will find an exquisite 14th century monastery in a gorgeous peaceful setting. Why not book a guided tour and step back in time as you stroll through the cloisters, church, and rooms such as the dining room and kitchen with atmospheric corridors decorated in Mudejar and Gothic styles. This privately owned property offers a fascinating glimpse into monastic life and boasts an extensive and beautifully maintained garden.4.See the view from Denia Castle
A stroll up to Denia Castle is highly recommended for the exquisite panoramic views of the sea and over the city. Perched on a rugged, rocky outcrop adorned with verdant Mediterranean vegetation, this magnificent, historical Moorish citadel has stood guard over the city since the 11th and 12th centuries! The castle area is partly restored and history buffs will love the archaeological artefacts in the Governor's Palace turned museum!5. See the sunset from Faro Grao Gandía
For blissed out views all the way along the coast head to this stunning promenade that juts out into the sea just alongside Gandia´s marina. This kilometre long breakwater into the sea is the ultimate spot for a sunset stroll. Enjoy shimmering views of the harbour and gorgeous panoramas of Gandia backed by a dreamy silhouette of mountains. The sunrise views from the lighthouse are definitely worth getting up early for! If you are there for the sunset you can dine on delicious food at a great restaurant nearby!