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An Introduction to Mijas, Spain

The Andalusian municipality of Mijas in the western area of Costa del Sol is the ideal holiday destination offering something for everyone. Mijas Pueblo is steeped in culture and history, with a coastline stretching 12 kilometres and featuring award winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches. The activities found in Mijas include everything from horse riding to theme parks with everything in-between. If you’re looking for villas in Mijas then you won’t be disappointed. It’s surrounded with impressive apartments and villas for holiday makers from all walks of life.

A History of Mijas

There are records of Mijas that date back to the second century AD. THis rich history means Mijas has a wealth of historical sites to visit, including the Museo de las Torres Vigçías, the Casa Museo, the Virgen de la Peña, and so much more. Venture out from your private accommodation in Mijas to explore this town’s fascinating past.

Things to do in Mijas

On top of Mijas’ deep history and incredible beaches, there is Mijas Pueblo a hillside allowing you truly stunning views of the whitewash apartments & villas of Mijas. The town and its locals are tourist-friendly, offering up a huge array of independent shops, tapas bars, and restaurants, rising up from the cobbled streets. If sun is what you’re looking for, head down to Mijas town square to enjoy lunch in its sun trap. Or, there are miles upon miles of trails throughout the local area, allowing hikers to hit the road and enjoy the Costa del Sol’s beauty. And, if you’re taking the kids along with you, you can rest assured they won’t get bored at the Mijas Aqua Park!

Mijas Weather

The Costa del Sol is well known for its pleasant temperatures, and Mijas is no different. The Mediterranean climate is a joy during the summer months from May until the end of September. In the off periods, it isn’t quite the same heat, but it’s a town you can expect to enjoy nice weather all year round.

Mijas Travel Information 

Mijas is situated just a quick 20 minute drive from Malaga Airport by car, with the route well sign posted, making finding the town a breeze. Hire cars and taxis are in abundance throughout the Costa del Sol, but we recommend an airport transfer for the most cost effective way to arrive at your Mijas villa. Head here if you’re on the hunt for a great Mijas transfer.

When you arrive in Mijas the traditional and popular way to get around in a carriage pulled by Mijas donkeys. All the local drivers are more than happy to help you find the best places to chow down or to sit back with a refreshing drink, too.

Accommodation in Mijas 

Panoramic Villas provide high-quality Mijas villas to rent and can accommodate groups of all sizes. Check out our wide range of family Mijas villas available and contact us for more information.

Want to learn more about Mijas? You can visit our detailed guide on the area, where to eat and what to do. 

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Information on Mijas

An Introduction to Mijas, Spain

The Andalusian municipality of Mijas in the western area of Costa del Sol is the ideal holiday destination offering something for everyone. Mijas Pueblo is steeped in culture and history, with a coastline stretching 12 kilometres and featuring award winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches. The activities found in Mijas include everything from horse riding to theme parks with everything in-between. If you’re looking for villas in Mijas then you won’t be disappointed. It’s surrounded with impressive apartments and villas for holiday makers from all walks of life.

A History of Mijas

There are records of Mijas that date back to the second century AD. THis rich history means Mijas has a wealth of historical sites to visit, including the Museo de las Torres Vigçías, the Casa Museo, the Virgen de la Peña, and so much more. Venture out from your private accommodation in Mijas to explore this town’s fascinating past.

Things to do in Mijas

On top of Mijas’ deep history and incredible beaches, there is Mijas Pueblo a hillside allowing you truly stunning views of the whitewash apartments & villas of Mijas. The town and its locals are tourist-friendly, offering up a huge array of independent shops, tapas bars, and restaurants, rising up from the cobbled streets. If sun is what you’re looking for, head down to Mijas town square to enjoy lunch in its sun trap. Or, there are miles upon miles of trails throughout the local area, allowing hikers to hit the road and enjoy the Costa del Sol’s beauty. And, if you’re taking the kids along with you, you can rest assured they won’t get bored at the Mijas Aqua Park!

Mijas Weather

The Costa del Sol is well known for its pleasant temperatures, and Mijas is no different. The Mediterranean climate is a joy during the summer months from May until the end of September. In the off periods, it isn’t quite the same heat, but it’s a town you can expect to enjoy nice weather all year round.

Mijas Travel Information 

Mijas is situated just a quick 20 minute drive from Malaga Airport by car, with the route well sign posted, making finding the town a breeze. Hire cars and taxis are in abundance throughout the Costa del Sol, but we recommend an airport transfer for the most cost effective way to arrive at your Mijas villa. Head here if you’re on the hunt for a great Mijas transfer.

When you arrive in Mijas the traditional and popular way to get around in a carriage pulled by Mijas donkeys. All the local drivers are more than happy to help you find the best places to chow down or to sit back with a refreshing drink, too.

Accommodation in Mijas 

Panoramic Villas provide high-quality Mijas villas to rent and can accommodate groups of all sizes. Check out our wide range of family Mijas villas available and contact us for more information.

Want to learn more about Mijas? You can visit our detailed guide on the area, where to eat and what to do. 

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    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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