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Discover all the charms of Mijas village.

Mijas Pueblo

Mijas Pueblo is a must to visit in Malaga, for a reason it´s named one of the most famous villages. Known for its steep narrow streets lined with blue potted flowers and donkey taxis.

The beautiful town of Mijas is a group of whitewashed houses perched on the mountain with magnificent views of the Mediterranean.

The old area of Mijas is located 424 meters above sea level, sharing its name with the mountains that embrace it. Although it is reminiscent of a mountain village, barely seven kilometers separate it from the beaches of Fuengirola.

The charming town is distributed in winding slopes that go up and down full of colorful pots overflowing with flowers that contrast with the white of the facades that they decorate. Its typically Andalusian architecture and its magnificent views of the Mediterranean are undoubtedly two of the best assets of Mijas

Costa del Sol

Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol covers more than 150 kilometers of coastline in the province of Malaga, in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. Its name is not a coincidence, more than 325 days of sunshine a year together with the perfect climate give us the key to this paradisiacal place with beaches for all tastes.

Also called the “Costa Del Golf”, a safe bet to enjoy golf at any time of the year. In addition, its warm beaches and landscapes, a complete cultural and leisure offer, have made the Costa del Golf the preferred destination for those seeking to enjoy this sport in a unique environment.

Sierra de Mijas

The Sierra de Mijas is a limestone mountain range that runs parallel to the coast, forming a natural balcony over the Mediterranean with great biodiversity.

The “Pueblo” is located at the foot of this beautiful mountain range, which constitutes the true green lung of the Costa del Sol and a clear example of the Mediterranean Ecosystem.

With a steep relief and incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea, hiking in the Sierra de Mijas will lead you to discover pine, carob and wild olive forests concentrated in the lower and middle areas, and immerse yourself in the fragrance off plants such as rosemary, fennel, or lavender. In the surroundings of Pico Mijas, do not forget to look at the sky because it is very likely that you will see a kestrel, a golden eagle or a booted eagle.