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Easy route, with beautiful views and roads without traffic.
The route starts towards the town of Oliva. From there, we will go to Forna, a small town that belongs to the district of Adsubia, a town that we will cross a few kilometers from Forna. From here to Pego we just have to swing by to get to the town and go towards the Marjal Pego-Oliva natural park. From there, we’ll be back to the resort.
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This route allows us to see the Marjal de Pego-Oliva in the area of the rivers Racons or Molinell, a less known part of this natural park.
Good route for triathletes, as it is completely flat with the asphalt of the read in good condition. Little traffic to go through coastal areas and the road N332 has a good hard shoulder for the practice of cycling.
Route with a lot of height accumulated gradient in a short distance, but with very quiet roads without traffic.
The route begins crossing the Marjal Pego-Oliva natural park. We’ll get to the town of Pego and cross it towards Sagra. Just after leaving the town, on the rise, the detour to the Vall d'Ebo is at the right. We will ascend a mountain pass for 8km with a gradient up to 13%. Once crowned, we will descend to the town of Sagra to go towards the mountain pass of Rafol for its southern face, which will take us again to go through the natural park and back to the Resort.
A route with 2 short mountain passes to get in touch with the area.
The route starts from Oliva, cycling along the coast until you get to Dénia. From here, we will take the old road, with less traffic to go through Els Poblets and go to ascend the mountain pass in Rafol on the northern face. We will descend in the direction of Rafol d'Almunia and, from here, we’ll go towards Sagra, where we will ascend the small mountain pass on its southern side, to go towards Pego and cross the Marjal Pego-Oliva natural park before going back to the resort.
A route with a lot of height accumulated gradient of almost 100km distance, where we will enjoy magnificent views from the balconies of the Mediterranean.
The route starts in the direction of Els Poblets. We will cross the town direction to Dénia to face the ascent of the Montgó. It is a mountain pass which leads us to the Cape of San Antonio, an idyllic balcony of the Mediterranean from where we will see the entire bay of Jávea. We will cycle back a few kilometers to descend the mountain pass, taking direction to the Cabo de la Nao, the second balcony of the day. Later we will start our return to Oliva Nova, cycling along urbanizations until Jávea, and crossing the southern face of the Montgó until La Xara. From this town, we will head towards the coast, taking the road along Las Marinas and back to the resort.
This route touches all the small mountain passes in our area. It combines the connection of short mountain passes (less than 5km) but takes us to almost 1,000 m of positive altitude. We will have the opportunity to meet small towns in the area, as well as dreamy landscapes in some of its mountain passes.
A route with a lot of height accumulated gradient and with almost 100km of distance, where we will have magnificent views from Coll of Rates and Rafol.
The route starts in the direction to the town of Oliva. We will go inland through the towns of Pego, Sagra, Tormos, Orba, Murla, Benigembla and Parcent. In a continuous ascent, we’ll reach the colossus of the area of La Marina, the mountain pass known as Coll de Rates. We will descend again to Parcent and turn right towards Pedreguer after crossing towns such as Alcalalí and Llosa de Camatxo. Once in Pedreguer, we will go towards Benidoleig where we will be able to observe the caves known as Cuevas de las Calaveras, a tourist attraction with traces of the Neolithic period. After that, we will descend towards Beniarbeig to go toward the mountain pass in Rafol, from there to Vergel and again back to Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort.
A route with a lot of height accumulated gradient, which gives the opportunity of meeting towns of the area, as well as dreamy landscapes in some of their mountain passes. The connection of all the mountain passes in the central part of our area takes us to the accumulate 2,500 m+. Undoubtedly, a great tour around some of the areas that the UCI Pro Tour teams visited during the preseason trainings and some of the mountain passes of the Vuelta a España, with considerable gradients and descents but with beautiful views. It is worth to slow down for a while and contemplate the landscapes.