This was our first visit to this part of Spain and the climate did not disappoint (very warm to hot!). Each pitch seems to be the same size and all are covered with a shade. We had a super pitch just facing the sand dunes - the site is situated right next to a long sandy beach. Waves can get rough on more windy days out at sea but we still managed to snorkle. Lots of space on beach for setting up. Site itself has an ice-cream / pizza / takeaway or cafe on site. There is also a very nice restaurant with good food - seating in or outside - both beautiful and well worth a visit. We went on 'Flamenco' night (fabulous guitars and songs). This site has a truly 'Spanish' feel to it - less 'resort' and more focus on relaxing and enjoying 'recharging'. From the beach you can see the daily ferry to Ibiza (which is parallel with Oliva). There is also a small (very well stocked) supermarket that sells fresh bread daily - we did not really need to go off site - however, we had a bit of a drive up the coast and there are the usual Decathlon's / Carrefours (where we found a fabulous Sushi place as part of the small shops). I can also recommend having a walk from the site around the local area - beautiful sea-front homes. A truly lovely part of Spain that is very true to maintaining an authentic and relaxing environment. Strongly recommend for couples wanting a Spanish break.