One of the jewels of the Costa del Sol is the beautiful little village of Mijas, which nestles comfortably in the mountainside at 400 meters above sea level about 10km from the coast. Of the ten thousand population, there are so many foreign and English speaking residents in and around the village that the Town Hall has a very helpful Foreigner's Department, which caters for the needs of those residents who do not speak Spanish.
The hotels in Mijas Pueblo are located within and around the hillside village which is the historical centre of Mijas. Spectacularly situated in mountainous countryside, Mijas Pueblo is a… More →
There are a number of privately operated health clinics in Mijas for patients to go without referal as an alternative to the state health service.
Mijas Pueblo Tourist office: Plaza Virgen de la Peña, Tel: 952 58 90 34, Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 09:00 - 19:00 hrs, Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday 10:00 - 14:00 hrs
Mijas Pueblo (town) is located away from the coast and has a wide variety of restaurants and places to eat, including authentic, traditional Spanish restaurants as well as international ones.… More →
Mijas Pueblo doesn't have a bus station, however there is a main bus stop on Avenida Virgen de la Peña, just down from the Mijas Town Hall building. The routes below cover Mijas Pueblo and Las… More →
If you are considering visiting Mijas you may find our maps a useful tool, we provide three maps, one of the region of Andalucia with Mijas highlighted. The second handcrafted map gives the… More →
The Folk Museum near the main square Plaza Virgen de la Peña has an art gallery for exhibitions by local artists as well as a permanent exhibitions of paintings, photography, ceramics and tools… More →
On the evening of the 5th of January there is a procession (Cabalgata), when the Three Kings parade through the streets on colourful floats. Sweets are thrown to the many children lining the… More →
The Church of the Immaculate Conception, This pretty village church was build in between the mid 16th and early 17th Century on the ruins of an ancient Moorish castle, using one of the towers as… More →
When you wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, you can understand what has attracted foreigners over the years. Many artists and writers have made it their home, enjoying the benefits of an excellent all year round climate, without being part of the busier, more commercial coastal towns just 7 kilometres down the mountain side. Despite its huge popularity with tourists, Mijas Pueblo has somehow managed to retain much of its traditional Andalucian way of life, the locals displaying their unabashed passion for all things festive and an unmistakable relaxed outlook.
The craft shops have some wonderful hand made pottery and often affordable paintings and prints by acclaimed local artists. A carefully chosen holiday memento could turn out to be a sound investment.
Mijas Panoramic City Tour by Electric Tuk Tuk
The panoramic tour will not only take you through the historical center of the old town, you will also visit parts of Mijas Pueblo most tourists never get to see and the most beautiful panoramic viewpoint of the Costa del Sol on the top road of the village.
Off-road Sierra de Mijas buggy tour 2h
Only company operating on the Costa del Sol offering to drive the safest and most enjoyable original buggys from USA: Arctic Wildcat 700CC Sport Limited Edition. The two hour tour gives you the opportunity to explore a bit more. In addition to everything that the one hour tour gives you there is also much more to see. We stop off for refreshments along the route at a local venta. You will experience even more scenery in addition to stunning wildlife, farmers, farmers and their horses and seriously breathtaking views.
Offroad buggy tour Sierra de Mijas 3h tour
For those looking to maximise on the experience and really see everything that the area has to offer the three hour tour is ideal. There is an additional trip to the talc quarry and we journey further out into the Mijas countryside. We cross old, dried river beds, pass bamboo fields and really get to see everything you wouldn’t normally experience on your typical Spanish holiday. If you want to experience Spain from a different view point then the we highly recommend one of our fabulous off road buggy tours of the Costa del Sol.
Trekking on Acebuche Route in Pico Mijas
One of the best views of the Costa del Sol! In five hours roundtrip you will pass through a 14-kilometer route that starts in a forest of Mediterranean pines until you reach Fuente del Acebuche. This route is recommended for people in good physical condition and with a medium capacity of resistance. Crossing the Sierra de Mijas you will have the chance to enjoy a charming place, full of animal and plant life. The climb to the peak of Mijas, 1,150m, will reward you with views of the bay of Malaga, Gibraltar and Morocco, justified reward after the effort made. The activity includes the assistance of a qualified and knowledgeable guide of the terrain, previous explanation of the route with map of the area, water and photographic report so you do not forget this wonderful experience.