Mijas

Do you think that in the same municipality you can visit a white town, a coastline full of comfortable beaches, and some of the best golf courses on the Costa del Sol? Search for Mijas on the map, pack your bags and discover one of the most unique destinations in the province of Malaga.

This mountain town, which also faces the sea, offers visitors all the amenities required to enjoy a complete experience, mixing tradition of its past, with spots you can travel to via its famous donkey taxi, with the adaptation to the needs of the many visitors every year. In fact, Mijas is a destination that many fall in love with and choose to live there: the municipality is currently home to nearly 10,000 Brits.

Not to be missed

 Mijas has a wide and well looked after coast where the combination of beach, nature and sun offers a very pleasant and special experience, complimented by a seafood gastronomy and the hospitality of its people. The Mijas beaches have eight “Q” flags of “Tourist Quality”, whilst the rest of the coast has the “ISO 14001 environmental certification” that guarantees the conservation of the values ??of our coast.

For nature lovers, Mijas has several trails that lead to the bordering municipalities of Ojén and Benalmádena within the route of the “Gran Senda de Málaga”. The little fishing village of La Cala is located in the middle of the Mijas coast, the central core of the 12 kilometres of coastline of the municipality and where the Coastal Path is located; a pedestrian and cyclist route that runs along the coast of Mijas.

 Mijas offers players some of the best golf courses in Andalusia. In each of the fields, players can choose the handicap that best suits their level. What all our golf courses have in common is the sunlight that floods the Greens and the warm temperatures that allows you to enjoy them all year round.

We also have the Mijas Water Park, (AQUAMIJAS) that has been offering for years, a mixture of fun and water for all types of visitors.

Local Fiestas

Mijas is popular for its yearly fair in honour of the “Virgin of the Rock”. This takes place in the month of September, when there is a parade through the white village of Mijas. During the fair, there is a flower offering and a procession of the patroness saint, as well as musical performances and activities for children and adults.

On the 17th of January Mijas celebrates “San Antón” patron saint of animals (in the hamlet of “Osunillas”, a kilometre and a half from the village), where people take their pets to be blessed. On the day of “Virgin of Carmen”, (16th of July) a procession is held in La Cala of Mijas Costa. The Mijas Theatre Festival is also one of the popular events in the summer months.

In addition to these, throughout the year different events, fairs, pilgrimages, concerts, exhibitions and theatres are organised in different parts of the municipality. There is always a good excuse to enjoy yourself in Mijas.

How to get there

When driving to Mijas from Málaga, we recommend taking the AP-7 paid motorway and getting off at exit 124. You’ll get there in about 30 minutes depending on the traffic. Another option is to go on the E-15 and then get on the AP-7. Both routes that the same amount of time.

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