Mijas Pueblo presents a typical appearance of Andalusian ‘Pueblo Blanco’ (white village), it extends through the mountainside, with its stunning white houses in sharp contrast to the green of the pines offering a beautiful picture of the most beautiful of the coast.
The town retains the leisurely rhythm and charm of yesteryear, sheltered by the mountains and extending its gaze to the countryside and the sea.
It offers the traveller the contrast between the traditional image of these lands and the adaptation to our time, all without losing the essence.
With plenty of free time to explore at your own pace, why not visit and try one of these optional extras while you are wandering through the whitewashed corners of this stunning village. (entrances and meals not included)
Chocolate Museum – Take a chocolate workshop with the Mayan Monkey Mijas
Panoramic tour with a difference – Hire a ‘TUK TUK Spain’ and discover Mijas your own way.
An abundance of tantalising tapas bars and traditional Spanish restaurants
Wander up to “De la Sierra” for a breath-taking viewpoint of the rugged landscape below, on a clear day Gibraltar and Africa can be seen in the distance.
Plaza de Toros – discover irregularly shaped; two hermitages of the 17th century, the remains of the old Arab wall in which beautiful gardens
Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Peña, homage to the patron saint of the town village
Church of the Immaculate Conception was originally started to be built in the second half of the sixteenth century and was completed in mid-1631, attached to an old watchtower that became its bell tower.
Hermitage of Calvary, spectacular viewpoint overlooking the vast rugged valley below.
Miniature Museum “Carromato de Mijas” started in 1972 by famous hypnotist Juan Elegido Millan with pieces from 50 different countries.
Flour Mill, A reconstruction of an old flour mill with its original machinery.
House Museum of the Villa (historical-ethnological museum), the interpretation centre of the watchtowers in the Torreón de La Cala and the
Folk Museum – showing the trades and traditions of the village with two antique olive oil mills and typical wine cellar.
Centre for Contemporary Art (CAC Mijas) with various temporary exhibitions.
Please note: The time in Mijas is ‘explore on your own’. Your guide will accompany you to the centre of the village and point out the main areas to visit.