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Mijas on the Costa del Sol is less than half an hour in a westerly direction from Malaga airport. There are two parts to Mijas namely Mijas Pueblo and Mijas Costa. The first is a beautiful village nestling beneath low mountains with all the charm expected of an Andalusian settlement. The second is a coastal resort, very popular with the British, offering excellent beach and golfing facilities.
There are many reasons to go to Mijas not least being the wonderful climate. This is closely followed by great beaches, clear water, a range of sports both in and out of the water and very attractive surroundings.
Mijas has widespread appeal and is very popular with the British. It has something for everyone. Families, especially those with young children, enjoy the beaches and the warm Mediterranean. There is plenty to entertain couples of all ages and golfers arrive in their droves to experience the superb golfing facilities.
Although Mijas is a year round holiday venue, the summer is the most popular time to go, with guaranteed sunshine and warm seas. Many tourists come out of season to escape from the dreary British winter.
Mijas Pueblo must be one of the prettiest villages on the Mediterranean coast. Beneath the pine covered lowlands of the Sierra Mijas, the white houses with their tiled roofs cling to the hillside. The village, seven kilometres from the sea and 430 metres above it, is a labyrinth of steep and narrow cobbled streets which eventually give way to steps as you near the highest point of the village. The higher you climb the better the view and, to reward you for your exertions, the lower the price of food and drink. It is possible to explore the lower parts of the village by donkey taxi or by the slightly grander horse and carriage. The Muralla Gardens, always a blaze of colour no matter what the season, are the perfect place to relax in the shade.
Local crafts people and artists sell the results of their labour in the village shops.
Mijas Costa is a smart resort with twelve kilometres of wonderful sandy beaches, La Cala being a particular favourite with both locals and tourists. Water sports include jet skiing, water skiing and para-surfing.
The promenade is the place to be in the evening when the Flamenco dancers give performances and music is played.
The golf course has two eighteen hole layouts giving magnificent views of the mountains and the sea.
A Mijas holiday offers a marvellous climate, wonderful food and good all-round entertainment.
Nightlife in Mijas Pueblo revolves around the restaurants and outdoor displays of Flamenco dancing. Down at the coast there are many lively pubs, bars and restaurants with live music.
Mijas Pueblo is a wonderful place to mosey around the narrow streets slipping into the superb shops and galleries. The craft shops contain local pottery and items made from pewter, linens and wickerwork. Costa Mijas also has many gift and souvenir shops and for those who need more there is the renowned market at Fuengirola only a short bus ride away.
Mijas Pueblo, with its many small family run restaurants is the place to go for traditional Andalusian food. The popularity of Costa Mijas with the British has resulted in many English style pubs serving such things as fish and chips and Sunday roasts. There are of course a huge variety of Spanish fish restaurants reflecting the importance of fish in the local diet. Wines are both good and inexpensive.