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Mijas is located high up on the mountain side overlooking Mijas Costa and Fuengirola. Many visit the town for its magnificent views of the coast and mountainous woodlands. The streets consist of beautifully layed cobbled stones, winding through narrow lanes where cars are prohibited. Houses are built on terraces, with red tile roofs and quaint archways covered with colourful flowers.
Visit the villages' two Mudejar churches, the sanctuary of the patron saint of Mijas, dating back to 850. If you like old buildings then be sure to visit the hermitage of El Puerto, which can be viewed from any point in the village.
There are beautiful clean beaches at La Cala for tourists to relax and sunbathe. For beach activities there are jet skiis, water skis and parasailing. For some quality entertainment go to the main square around 12:00pm in Mijas and watch the Flamenco shows. You will even be supplied with a glass of Malaga wine, for free, courtesy of the Mijas Tourist Office.
With car hire travellers can drive to the Riviera del Sol which has lovely restaurants and bars to enjoy a relaxing evening.
From Mijas head to Ronda, a beautiful village high up on the mountains, on the otherside of Mijas. If you like views you'll like Ronda. A magnificent site to see here is the plunging river gorge, dividing both medieval and 18th century features of the town. To see these sights we highly advise travellers to opt for car hire as buses do not service this area and taxis are pricey.
Malaga Airport is located a short half and hour's drive north along the coast to Mijas. The journey by car is mainly by motorway and very straightforward. Car rental suppliers operate from desks at Malaga Airport. For cheaper prices book online with us today and secure the best deals on a range of cars.
For transportation throughout Mijas use the traditional donkey-taxis, all lined up along the central plaza. It's fun and an experience you wont forget.
Bus 122 and 221 pass terminate in Mijas, but travel to Fuengirola's central station.