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Information on Campo Mijas

Campo Mijas is a peaceful residential area surrounded by luscious countryside with panoramic views all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.

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Campo Mijas is perfect for those wanting to escape from the hustle and bustle of the larger resorts. Fuengirola with its bar and restuarants is only 10 minutes’ drive away and the coast is just 15 minutes away.

Campo Mijas has a fantastic communal play area for residents and La Luna Restaurant which serves delicious international and local cuisine daily.

In El Coto you will also find a bus stop with services running to nearby Fuengirola or Mijas making exploring the area very simple even if you don’t have a car.

El Coto is only 10 minutes’ walk from Campo Mijas and here you’ll find facilities including a supermarket, pizzeria, a chemist, a newsagent and a good choice of restaurants. There is also El Potro Sports Bar where you can catch all major sporting events while you are on holiday. El Coto sits at the bottom of a hill below Campo Mijas so a taxi may be required to run you back to the villa but these area readily available.

Golf enthusiasts will be in their element with Mijas Golf Resort being located just 15-20 minutes from our villas in Campo Mijas. Campo Mijas is a great spot for walking and hiking in the Mijas Mountains. An hour’s walk will take you up to the picturesque Mijas village with whitewashed houses, gift shops and restaurants offering stunning views down to the coast. Good walking boots will be required as this is a steep climb but well worth it for the view and fantastic tapas.

Additionally, you may browse all Mijas villas here.

  • Golf y Vinos, Mijas Costa

    Like golf? Like wine? If the answer is ‘Yes!’ to one or both of those questions, you will love ‘Golf y Vinos’, a wine shop with a difference located on Mijas Costa, Spain.
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  • Restaurante Meguinez, Mijas

    Restaurante Meguinez, Mijas Pueblo

    For a relatively small village, Mijas has a huge amount of places to eat. Everywhere you turn down those narrow, cobbled streets you will find bodegas, tapas bars. pizza restaurants and more. As a new visitor to Mijas it can be quite mesmerising knowing where to eat. There is a real gem of a restaurant...
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  • The Magic of Mijas: The Ultimate Travel Guide

    Enjoy the Andalucían way of life in this authentic Spanish district that lies just a short 25 minute drive from the bustling city of Malaga. Its mild temperatures, stunning scenery, and rich history make Mijas one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. Here, Panoramic Villas, have created the ultimate travel guide for anyone looking to visit or stay in Mijas. Let’s jump in.
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  • Village-Bistro

    The 5 Most Romantic Restaurants in Mijas

    Are you planning to treat your loved one to a romantic meal in a gorgeous setting on Valentine’s Day? Or are you the romantic type all-year-round who loves to sweep the love of their life off their feet? Look no further, we have compiled a list of our favourite romantic restaurants in Mijas.
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  • The Best Villas for a Winter Getaway

    When you think of holiday villas, you probably think of lying by the pool soaking up the sunshine.  However, villas can also be great places to get cosy and relax in the cooler, winter months.  If you travel to the Canaries or Florida over winter you may actually be spending your days soaking up the...
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  • Where to Hire Bikes in Fuengirola or Mijas

    Spain is an amazing place to cycle or ride scooters so what better way to spend your villa holiday in Mijas or Fuengirola than riding along the beach front, through picturesque mountains, among romantic olive trees or along pretty leafy lanes? Here are some places to hire bikes in Fuengirola and Mijas…
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  • Great Gift Shopping Ideas on the Costa del Sol

    You really don’t want to arrive home clutching a straw donkey, an oversized sombrero or a tacky flamenco doll – even though they might have seemed like hilarious gift ideas at the time. The sunshine of a Spanish holiday can do strange things to you!  So, bring home some perfect and welcome gifts instead; read...
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