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The village of Mijas is one of the oldest settlements in Spain, having existed for centuries. This has been confirmed by findings near Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepci, which is often referred to as La Inmaculada. The village church dates back to the 18th century, but going further back, the Romans used Mijas as a commercial and trading centre. Renting a villa in Mijas will allow you to explore more and feel the traditional ambience that Mijas exudes.

Our fabulous range of Mijas holiday rentals are in a number of prime locations, allowing visitors the opportunity to soak up the beauty of the area, which is set on a hillside with some stunning views across the Mediterranean Sea. The whitewashed town lies partway between Malaga and Marbella.

Along with its fine tradition and history, Mijas is the perfect destination for those looking for relaxation and some peace and quiet, yet it is still close enough to all the modern amenities that might be required.

Each of our beautiful rentals in Mijas can be found in a great location, approximately 15 minutes\' drive from the Mediterranean and the famous Blue Flag beaches of Mijas Costa. A top selection of bars, supermarkets and restaurants is close by too.

The majority of our Mijas rentals give guests access to a private pool. Depending on your holiday preferences - whether you are embarking on a cultural trip, a romantic break or a holiday with your family or a group of friends - there is everything from contemporary one and two bedroom villas all the way through to large Mijas villas with plenty of room for large travelling groups.

We are sure our Mijas Rentals offer all you need for your visit to the Costa del Sol. Start searching now to find exactly what you\'ve been looking for. You\'ll certainly be spoilt for choice when you check out our villas in Mijas to rent as well as in other neighbouring resorts such as Marbella, Estepona, Fuengirola, Calahonda, Benalmadena, La Cala de Mijas and the Riviera del Sol.

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Information on Mijas

Introduction to Mijas

Mijas is an Andalusian municipality in the western part of the Costa del Sol.  Mijas is the perfect holiday destination as it offers something for everyone.  Mijas Pueblo itself is steeped in culture and history whilst the coastline has 12 kilometres of of award winning Blue Flag beaches.  There are plenty of local activities in Mijas including watersports, tennis, horse riding, cycling, theme parks, zoo and much more.  Mijas is surrounded by impressive holiday Villas in which to base your stay where you can enjoy time by your private pool before heading out to explore the wonders Mijas has to offer.

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Mijas with its stunning countryside

History of Mijas

As records for Mijas date back to the second century AD, this locality is a place with interesting historical sites to visit. The tour could take in the Museo de las Torres Vigçías (Watch Towers Museum), the Casa Museo (House Museum), the Inmaculada Concepción church, the Virgen de la Peña (Virgin of the Rock) religious retreat and a trip to Plaza de Toros (a traditional bull ring).

Points of interest in Mijas 

Aside from checking out the cultural history of Mijas and relaxing on one of its superb nearby beaches.  The real centre of Mijas is Mijas Pueblo where you can take in some truly breathtaking views from the towns high vantage point.  The town is extremely tourist-friendly with an array of independent shops to browse through along with quaint tapas bars and restaurants that line the narrow cobbled streets.  Mijas town square is a real sun trap and is the perfect spot for some lunch or a refreshing drink. If you are looking for something more active then there are miles and miles of trails through the campo or if you want to keep the children happy then the Mijas Aqua Park provides plenty of water filled fun.

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This popular Costa del Sol destination with its Mediterranean climate will provide you with all the sun you could want during the warm summer months from late May until the end of September but Mijas is a location where you can expect great weather for most of the year.

Mijas Travel Information 

Mijas is just a short 30minute drive from Malaga Airport. The route is extremely well sign posted along the A7 (N340) heading towards Cádiz and passing Benalmádena on the way. Hire cars and taxis are one option but we recommend an airport transfer for your cheapest and most reliable way to arrive at your Mijas Villa. Follow the link for a great value no obligation quote on your Mijas Transfer.

The traditional and easy way to get around Mijas is in a carriage pulled by donkeys.  The drivers are full of information and are always happy to answer any questions and give tips on the best places to eat and drink in Mijas.

Accommodation in Mijas 

At Panoramic Villas we provide top quality Mijas Villas to rent and can accommodate groups of all sizes.  Be sure to check out our huge range of family Villas available in Mijas and contact us today for more information.

For more information view our blog posts on Taking a Tour of Mijas and our Mijas Area Focus

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