La Oliva Vacations
It's hardly surprising La Oliva is so popular with with international and local vacationers alike; the surrounding region is an Aladdin's Cave of terrific cultural and natural attractions. You'll find Tiscamanita, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the north, and Tuineje 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the north.
Take the time to really understand Canary Islands by learning a little about its earlier chapters. A great way to begin is by visiting the area's fine old historic mansions. Tourists in Canary Islands often head to the area's open-air markets and gardens.
A fun way to experience the wild landscapes in the area around La Oliva is to join for a caving or mountain climbing tour. Enjoy the region's trademark waterways. Scuba diving and fishing are both popular ways to exercise here.
Try out typical Canary Islands meals so you can discover the local cuisine. Yam and cheese are just two much-loved ingredients. For a true taste of Canary Islands order ropa vieja (shredded steak in tomato sauce) or sancocho (fish soup). To complete your Canary Islands meal, be sure to order frangollo (flour, milk and cinnamon dessert).
You'll be sad to bid "Adiós" (farewell) to this magnetic part of the world.