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One of the jewels of the Costa del Sol, Mijas Pueblo is a beautiful town in Andalucia, on Spain’s south-eastern coast. Originally a quiet village, it's now one of the most fascinating and attractive towns in the province of Malaga and a perfect destination for a luxury villa holiday.

Having found favour with perceptive bohemian writers and artists in the 1950s and '60s, Mijas has since grown to drape across the surrounding hills and all the way down to the coast of the Mediterranean, yet it has still managed to retain the traditional charm of the original Mijas Pueblo (village). Mijas Pueblo is the perfect holiday villa destination, with exquisite Spanish beaches, breathtaking sea views of the Mediterranean and the amazing temperature and climate that the Costa del Sol is famous for.

Panoramic Villas are proud to offer a wide range of Mijas villa rentals and holiday homes to suit all budgets and group sizes. Many of our Mijas villas are in a short walking distance of a range of local amenities and just a few minutes drive to the amazing Spanish beachfront that the Costa del Sol is famous for.

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Holiday villas to Rent in Mijas

The Andalusian municipality of Mijas, a beautiful village in the Province of Málaga, is situated on the Western side of the Costa del Sol and is known as an ideal holiday destination. Whether you’re seeking a peaceful holiday by the beach or something filled with exploration close to the village of Mijas, you won’t be disappointed by Mijas Pueblo and it’s rich cultural and historical offering, with a coastline stretching 12 kilometres and boasting many award winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches.

Activities 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. The area is surrounded with impressive villas and holiday apartments for holiday makers from all walks of life.

The History of Mijas

Records of Mijas can be found dating back to the second century AD. Having been under Moorish rule from the 8th to 15th centuries Mijas has a rich historical and cultural legacy that is shown through its architecture and historical sites. During your visit be sure to take advantage of the many museums such as the Museo de las Torres Vigçías, the Casa Museo and the Virgen de la Peña.

Things to do in Mijas

There is much more to Mijas than its rich history. If your idea of paradise is relaxing on some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain than you will be spoilt for choice by Mijas’ many award-winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches.

For truly breathtaking views of the “white Village” of Mijas climb the hillside of Mijas Pueblo and gaze out over the perfect view of the whitewashed villas of Mijas, with the backdrop of the Mediterranean.

The locals are extremely welcoming to tourists and provide a wide range of small shops, tapas bars and restaurants in beautiful whitewashed buildings along Mijas’ cobbled streets. The Mijas town square is a perfect spot to enjoy a light lunch and bathe in its sun trap.

If you are a more active vacationer, then Mijas offers some breathtaking hiking trails in the surrounding area of Mijas. There is a hiking route in Mijas Pueblo, beginning at the tourist office, which takes you to 14 places of interest and is well worth the trek.

Here are our top 5 things to do in Mijas:

  1. Muralla Gardens – These enchanting gardens are set in the remnants of the old fortress and offer the perfect setting for a stroll and a great place to take in the views of Mijas village and down to the coast. This spot also offers the best views of Cuesta de la Villa.
  2. If you are looking for something to keep the kids entertained then check out the Mijas Aqua Park, one of the most popular Spanish attractions, and have a great day out for the whole family.
  3. Artesania de España – One of the more charming ways to spend an afternoon in Mijas is going on the hunt for the most traditional holiday souvenir you find in this cute artisan shop. Found in Calle Malaga, Artesania de España sells beautiful Spanish ceramics that are made by Local craftspeople. You will be sure to find a colour range of eclectic pots to choose from.
  4. Mayan Monkey Mijas - Discover Mijas' very own chocolate factory with its attached cacao museum and learn all about the history of chocolate. Take a tour and watch chocolate being made from scratch, and be sure to enjoy a few cheeky tasters.
  5. La Pampa – Experience some of the best tapas in Mijas in the traditional Spanish restaurant. Order some plates to share (raciones) in this communal space, socialise and eat the Spanish way.

The Top 5 Beaches in Mijas

Mijas has some of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol, maybe even the whole of Spain. Here are 5 of the beaches that are well worth a visit:

  1. Torrevieja - also known as Butiplaya, this Blue Flag beach is well known for being immaculate and incredibly safe.  The facilities are excellent and it’s A great spot to jet ski, water-ski and other water activities.
  2. El Cabo Rocoso – A great beach for snorkelling, surfing and underwater swimming. This rocky beach is looked over by the ancient watchtower that marks the border between Calahonda and La Cala.
  3. Calahonda – A incredibly popular and family-friendly beach that is a great choice for some sunbathing. This beach stretches 4,500 metres long and forms a straight line for families to enjoy.
  4. Playa La Cala de Mijas – Bordered by a charming promenade full of beach bars and restaurants, this semi-urban beach is a must visit in both the summer and winter months.
  5. Playa de la Campana – A perfect spot for hiring a beach bed and just enjoying the sunshine in peace. A beautifully immaculate beach and the perfect place to just get away from it all.

Mijas Weather

As the name would imply, The Costa del Sol is well known for its beautiful weather and pleasant temperatures, and Mijas is no different. You will certainly be able to make the most of the Mediterranean climate during your stay. The summer months from May until the end of September are the most popular times to visit.  During the off periods you can still expect to enjoy nice weather.

Mijas Travel Information

Mijas is only a quick 20 minutes drive from Malaga Airport by car and the route is well marked. The Costa del Sol is very accommodating to tourists and hire cars and taxis are in abundance. However, the most efficient way to arrive at your Mijas villa is by an airport transfer.

Accommodation in Mijas

Here at Panoramic Villas, we are proud to offer a stunning range of Mijas villas to rent that can accommodate groups of all sizes. Our charming villa rentals also include a host of amenities and luxuries including:

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private pool
  • Hot tub
  • Pool table
  • Table tennis
  • Gym
  • Private dining area with BBQ
  • Air conditioning
  • High-speed WIFI
  • High-quality entertainment system
  • Washing machine

Whether you are looking for that perfect beach holiday, stunning mountain and sea views, a relaxing swim in a private pool or an inviting hot tub to jump into each morning, our wide range of family Mijas villas available has something for every holiday goer.

We also present a number of other luxury villa rentals in popular villa holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol, including:

Please feel free to browse our villas and for any additional information or questions you may have about our holiday rentals, contact us for more information.

Want to learn more about Mijas? You can visit our detailed guide to the area.

 

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Information on Mijas

The Andalusian municipality of Mijas, a beautiful village in the Province of Málaga, is situated on the Western side of the Costa del Sol and is known as an ideal holiday destination. Whether you’re seeking a peaceful holiday by the beach or something filled with exploration close to the village of Mijas, you won’t be disappointed by Mijas Pueblo and it’s rich cultural and historical offering, with a coastline stretching 12 kilometres and boasting many award winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches.

Activities 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. The area is surrounded with impressive villas and holiday apartments for holiday makers from all walks of life.

The History of Mijas

Records of Mijas can be found dating back to the second century AD. Having been under Moorish rule from the 8th to 15th centuries Mijas has a rich historical and cultural legacy that is shown through its architecture and historical sites. During your visit be sure to take advantage of the many museums such as the Museo de las Torres Vigçías, the Casa Museo and the Virgen de la Peña.

Things to do in Mijas

There is much more to Mijas than its rich history. If your idea of paradise is relaxing on some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain than you will be spoilt for choice by Mijas’ many award-winning Blue Flag Spanish beaches.

For truly breathtaking views of the “white Village” of Mijas climb the hillside of Mijas Pueblo and gaze out over the perfect view of the whitewashed villas of Mijas, with the backdrop of the Mediterranean.

The locals are extremely welcoming to tourists and provide a wide range of small shops, tapas bars and restaurants in beautiful whitewashed buildings along Mijas’ cobbled streets. The Mijas town square is a perfect spot to enjoy a light lunch and bathe in its sun trap.

If you are a more active vacationer, then Mijas offers some breathtaking hiking trails in the surrounding area of Mijas. There is a hiking route in Mijas Pueblo, beginning at the tourist office, which takes you to 14 places of interest and is well worth the trek.

Here are our top 5 things to do in Mijas:

  1. Muralla Gardens – These enchanting gardens are set in the remnants of the old fortress and offer the perfect setting for a stroll and a great place to take in the views of Mijas village and down to the coast. This spot also offers the best views of Cuesta de la Villa.
  2. If you are looking for something to keep the kids entertained then check out the Mijas Aqua Park, one of the most popular Spanish attractions, and have a great day out for the whole family.
  3. Artesania de España – One of the more charming ways to spend an afternoon in Mijas is going on the hunt for the most traditional holiday souvenir you find in this cute artisan shop. Found in Calle Malaga, Artesania de España sells beautiful Spanish ceramics that are made by Local craftspeople. You will be sure to find a colour range of eclectic pots to choose from.
  4. Mayan Monkey Mijas - Discover Mijas' very own chocolate factory with its attached cacao museum and learn all about the history of chocolate. Take a tour and watch chocolate being made from scratch, and be sure to enjoy a few cheeky tasters.
  5. La Pampa – Experience some of the best tapas in Mijas in the traditional Spanish restaurant. Order some plates to share (raciones) in this communal space, socialise and eat the Spanish way.

The Top 5 Beaches in Mijas

Mijas has some of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol, maybe even the whole of Spain. Here are 5 of the beaches that are well worth a visit:

  1. Torrevieja - also known as Butiplaya, this Blue Flag beach is well known for being immaculate and incredibly safe.  The facilities are excellent and it’s A great spot to jet ski, water-ski and other water activities.
  2. El Cabo Rocoso – A great beach for snorkelling, surfing and underwater swimming. This rocky beach is looked over by the ancient watchtower that marks the border between Calahonda and La Cala.
  3. Calahonda – A incredibly popular and family-friendly beach that is a great choice for some sunbathing. This beach stretches 4,500 metres long and forms a straight line for families to enjoy.
  4. Playa La Cala de Mijas – Bordered by a charming promenade full of beach bars and restaurants, this semi-urban beach is a must visit in both the summer and winter months.
  5. Playa de la Campana – A perfect spot for hiring a beach bed and just enjoying the sunshine in peace. A beautifully immaculate beach and the perfect place to just get away from it all.

Mijas Weather

As the name would imply, The Costa del Sol is well known for its beautiful weather and pleasant temperatures, and Mijas is no different. You will certainly be able to make the most of the Mediterranean climate during your stay. The summer months from May until the end of September are the most popular times to visit.  During the off periods you can still expect to enjoy nice weather.

Mijas Travel Information

Mijas is only a quick 20 minutes drive from Malaga Airport by car and the route is well marked. The Costa del Sol is very accommodating to tourists and hire cars and taxis are in abundance. However, the most efficient way to arrive at your Mijas villa is by an airport transfer.

Accommodation in Mijas

Here at Panoramic Villas, we are proud to offer a stunning range of Mijas villas to rent that can accommodate groups of all sizes. Our charming villa rentals also include a host of amenities and luxuries including:

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private pool
  • Hot tub
  • Pool table
  • Table tennis
  • Gym
  • Private dining area with BBQ
  • Air conditioning
  • High-speed WIFI
  • High-quality entertainment system
  • Washing machine

Whether you are looking for that perfect beach holiday, stunning mountain and sea views, a relaxing swim in a private pool or an inviting hot tub to jump into each morning, our wide range of family Mijas villas available has something for every holiday goer.

We also present a number of other luxury villa rentals in popular villa holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol, including:

Please feel free to browse our villas and for any additional information or questions you may have about our holiday rentals, contact us for more information.

Want to learn more about Mijas? You can visit our detailed guide to the area.

 

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