Blessed with turquoise blue seas and fantastic beaches, La Oliva has a number of unique landmarks that make it stand out. The village centre is home to La Oliva’s main church, which houses a stunning baroque altar painting, while there’s a quaint little windmill to wander around.
Just a stone’s throw away from the church, you’ll find the Casa Mane Art Centre. As well as being a permanent home to many exhibits, there’s also a basement filled with contemporary art. Step out into the sunshine and you can enjoy a drink whilst you take a stroll around the sculpture courtyard.
As well as housing some of the most eye-catching landmarks on the island, La Oliva boasts a wealth of excellent eateries and divine dining options. You’re in for some of the best seafood you’re likely to taste anywhere around the Canaries, plus traditional local dishes and international classics.