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Simply beautiful...

As you stroll along the Centro de artes Mijas , you see the White washesHouses and buildings with... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lakecomo15
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Ottawa, Canada
Traditional white washed Andulician village

I absolutely love Mijas visited so many times and never tire of it. You can get local buses from... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sunshineandsunsets14
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Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Calle de la Virgen de la Pena con Avenida del Compas y C/. Malaga, 29650 Mijas Pueblo, Mijas, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago

As you stroll along the Centro de artes Mijas , you see the White washesHouses and buildings with winding alleys.coloured flower pots hanging on walls..all you see is shops, cafes and restaurants. A andalusian village which has beauty to see and very touristy.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I absolutely love Mijas visited so many times and never tire of it. You can get local buses from Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Torrolmolinos... take time and visit it. Once you get off bus take a left up the Virgin of the Rock church, it's small but...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a beautiful traditional Andalusian village. With its whitewashed houses, coloured pots of geraniums and bougainvillea it is a delight to explore either on foot, on donkey or by horse trap. The restaurants are on the whole well worth visiting having special lunch bargains. Try...More

Thank HeatherKeeling
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

a short 9 Euro taxi drive to the hills above Mijas brings you to Mijas Pueblo a picturesque Andelucian village of white painted houses with views to the Mediterranean sea , views of Morroco and Gibralter. Great place with eateries with magnificent views an afternoon...More

1  Thank Sugden1953
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Mijas is best absorbed by a slow walk around the historical mostly pedestrianized part of the village. Wander the streets with their white washed appearing buildings, explore the shops, admire the churches, linger in the squares, devour some freshly fried donuts, watch the locals going...More

Thank Walter S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We went to Sally Cuir Leather goods shop in the centre of Mijas. We were just browsing and I picked up a belt to take a closer look. A man came over to me, my wife, and my son and who i will assume to...More

2  Thank Ash G
Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile

We visit here every time we come to stay in Fuengirola & always enjoy a few hours looking around, having coffee then lunch before returning back down the hill! Went on Saturday (bus really busy) but still enjoyed the sites. The whole town is busier...More

Thank cariad6
Reviewed 8 October 2018

Mijas is a beautiful old town up the mountains approx 20 min taxi ride from Fuengirola. My partner and I spent a few hours walking around during our recent visit. Be prepared that this town does attract a lot of tourists but if you get...More

Thank DestinationJo
Reviewed 7 October 2018

We visited Mijas whilst staying in Malaga last week. Train to Fuengirola then bus or taxi up the hillside to Mijas. Its a lovely scenic little town with plenty of nice restaurants and a few bars. Gorgeous scenery over the coast and fuengirola. Well worth...More

Thank Canveylee
Reviewed 5 October 2018

Wow, we totally fell in Love with Mijas, what a wonderful place, very traditional and historic, but make sure you have comfortable shoes on to explore all the wonderful places! Lots of lovely places to eat or have a drink, Tapas was wonderful as were...More

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coline236
28 September 2018|
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Response from Daffy5359 | Reviewed this property |
There is a multi-storeycar park which you will see on your way into the village. The best restaurant I have been to in Mijas is la Alcazaba.
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Loves2Travel222
30 July 2018|
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Response from seamsm | Reviewed this property |
Yes,only thing you may find closed is some seasonal restaurants that are right on the beach. Costa del Sol caters to tourist all year long.
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Loves2Travel222
30 July 2018|
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Response from zimmys57 | Reviewed this property |
There is all types of shops. My wife bought a dress, shoes, and jewelry and I bought wine, cheeses, and jamon. Very nice square to have lunch as well.
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