Cala de Mijas Costa del Sol


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Mijas Costa at only 35 kilometers from Malaga on the Costa del Sol

Mijas is a little town of 32,000 inhabitants in the province of Malaga. It is one of the towns with the most typical Andalusian architecture , with its narrow streets and whitewashed houses decorated with flowered balconies and railings . Mijas is organized in 2 levels: Mijas Pueblo and Mijas Costa .

Mijas Pueblo.

The village of Mijas is known as one of the most beautiful in Spain . Perfectly preserved, it highlights its whitewashed houses and narrow, pedestrian streets. Dotted around the village are view-points and resting places, one of the most beautiful is a park located beside the Mijas bullring; “The Muralla Gardens” which offers fantastic views of the area including the old part of the village and the coastal region. One of the most distinctive methods of travel in Mijas is by donkey-taxi, a donkey ride that will take you around the streets. Also available are donkey pulled carts and horse carriages as well. The donkeys are situated close to the tourism office, while the horse and carriages are in front of the main plaza. Both tours offer a unique way to see this beautiful village.

Mijas Costa. La Cala.

During the summer, Mijas Costa comes alive as many people from overseas come to visit the area. One of the most popular activities are the local ‘chiringuitos’, beach bars that often serve grilled fresh fish, which Malaga is famous for. Walking along the beach, you can see some old fishing boats have been turned into grills to cook fresh sardines. For those golf enthusiasts, without a doubt it’s a more than recommendable destination, as Mijas has some of the most well-known golf courses on the Costa del Sol.