Villas in Mijas for your trekking adventures

Surrounded by an enchanting pine Forrest the fairy-tale village of Mijas can be found situated in the lowlands of the Sierra de Mijas mountain range. Panoramic villas offers some spectacular Villas in Mijas allowing you to explore Mijas. Consisting of small villages that are well known for their unique beauty and spectacular settings.

Renting a Villa in Mijas you will be nestled in the mou

ntainside at 428 meters above sea level. The nearest main town is the Spanish sea-side resort Fuengirola (8km), Malaga airport is 25 mins by car. An ideal location for the start of your trekking adventures.

In Mijas we’ll find places to enjoy a spectacular long walk around its mountain range while enjoying its natural environment. Staying in Mijas is an absolute delight as you can enjoy the beach, typical Spanish villages where you can wander around discovering its narrow streets and secrets.

Planning your walks can ensure you find a walk to

suit your physical ability. The paths in Mijas Costa have easy access and little difficulty, as you walk higher up into the mountains you will start to see some of the most beautiful areas and feel at one with nature. You need to think about the best time of year to go trekking as climbing the mountains you can get quite cold and vice versa an you decent. The higher you climb you need to make sure you have the physical stamina.

Mijas consists of a linkage of auto-guided paths via circuits that cover the southern part of the mountain range. These depart from the viewpoint of Mijas Village, a must on your list of places to see due to its breath-taking views of the whole Costa del Sol.

Shingle Creek had many raised walkways taking you over the marsh areas








Some popular routes for trekking in Mijas are:

Mijas Ball: This route begins in Mijas village with beautiful views that surrounds the typical streets. The route runs along mountain paths and tracks. You won’t pass anywhere for a drink so be well prepared with water!!

Route of Los Torrijos: This is an organised route of 6.38 kilometres. It follows the footsteps of the General Torrijos and his 52 men to get to the Port of La Graja one December night in 1931 after disembarking on the coast. This walk is a beautiful route with tree lined paths providing shade. There is a short mountain part and will come across abandoned mines.

Route of the Coast: Departing form Mijas this is another organised walk. It ascends through the village and along the way you will experience stunning views of the Costa del Sol from Malaga to Gibraltar. Photographers have your cameras at the ready! It’s a simple route and suitable for everyone that’s in good shape.

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