All you can ask for…

Centro Ecuestre Oliva Nova is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Costa Blanca area directly at the Mediterranean coast. The exclusive Equestrian Center was founded in 2012 and offers unique opportunities to compete for riders and horses from all over the world. 

  • 9 sand arenas built by Klaus Dammann (Risohorse® ebb and flow system)
  • 380 permanent stables
  • 660 tent stables on concrete base
  • Paved parking lot for trucks with electricity and water connections
  • Variety of restaurants at the showgrounds and stable area
  • Shopping Village
  • 500 m distance to the beach


An exceptional Grand Prix arena with the measures of 140x80m


8 additional arenas (competition, warm up, …) all equipped with Risohorse® ebb and flow system by Klaus Dammann


380 permanent boxes (3×3,5m) with automatic water drinkers
660 tent stables on concrete base


Asphalted parking lot for trucks with electricity and water supply


Restaurants and Club at the showgrounds


Exclusive shopping variety



Sport Vets Clinic R at Centro Ecuestre Oliva Nova is headed by Dr. Pepe Simo, five times Olympic Vet and one of the best Sport Equine Medicine Specialist in Europe. The equipment of the clinic is the best today’s technology: digital x-rays and ultrasound, endoscopy, complete blood test equipment with immediate results. Specialized in ozonotherapy sport treatment (dorso-lumbar, sacroiliac and cervical).

Qualified experience in pre-purchase examinations. 24h emergency and qualified veterinary team to treat any pathology or trauma can arise in competition.


Telf: +34 667 678 161

Spring MET III cancelled following the EHV-1 outbreak in Valencia

Following the recent Equine Herpes Virus outbreak – EHV-1 neurological form – at the CES Valencia Spring Tour, the organising committee of the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliva Nova, Spain, has decided to cancel Spring MET III that was scheduled to run from 9-28th of March 2021. This decision has been made for the safety and the welfare of the horses.

We have been deeply distressed by the recent updates coming from Valencia, where several horses are fighting for their lives and where some have already lost the battle. Like all of you, we feel deeply for the horses that have contracted this horrible virus. Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by the outbreak, and to all those who do everything they can to save the lives of the horses.