Mijas inhabitants are comprised of many different nationalities, all coming together to make the community in which we all feel proud to live in. Visitors to the town and surrounding areas can feel this community spirit and are made to feel part of it for as long as they are here with us.

Mijas Guide is an independent resource providing information to both residents and visitors of this beautiful Spanish “white village”. We give independent advice and reviews of Mijas hotels, bars and restaurants.

Our event guide is updated regularly with details of music, sports and culture events taking place in the area. With so much unique culture, art and festivities prevalent in the village, we also highlight these in regular articles on our website to give everyone the opportunity to see what they can expect when they visit Mijas.

For visitors to the area, we have a full list of local activities to do, something for everyone in the family.

We provide practical information on local services such as the transport and health along with details on the history and climate of the village. The guide is currently available in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian and French.

Places of Interest

1 Donkey Taxi – the famous Burro Taxi.
2 El Comp¡s Viewing Point – Shrine of the Virgin of The Rock
3 Miniature Museum
4 Constitution Square (Plaza de La Constitutici³n)
5 Bullring
6 Parish Church
7 Fortress Walls, View Point and Gardens
8 Old Forge’s Caves
9 Shrine of Our Lady of “Los Remedios”
10 San Sebasti¡n Church
11 Folk Museum
12 Town Hall
13 Shrine of the Calvario

More details from the Tourist Office on 952 58 90 34 Fax 952 58 90 35

www.mijas.es

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