Calle Felix Lomas 4, Calle Virgen Milagrosa 10, Paseo Maritimo Rey de Espana 3, , Calle Infante Don Fernando 40, , Paseo del Colorado 42, Calle Ferraz, , Avenida del Sol, s/n, , Calle de Miguel Marquez 43, , Paseo Maritimo Poniente S/N, , Camino del Calvario 4, , Plaza Cavana 10, , Calle Hernando de Carabeo 34, Partido del Rio el Terral, Fuente La Camacha, Autovia MA-20, Malaga- Algeciras, Salida 1, Salida Coin - Km 231, Ctra. Marbella-Istan km 14, Istan, Rotonda de los Elefantes, Av. del Sol, 195, Paseo Maritimo Rey de Espana, 87, Calle Marbella 13, Avenida Carlota Alessandri 180, , C/ Doctor Galvez Ginachero, , Calle Torrealmadena, 5, , Ctra De Cadiz Km 217 Torremuelle Avenida Armada, , Carretera de Cadiz Km 204, Urbanizacion Playamarina, Calle Pacifico 44, , Paulino Uzqdum, Urbanizacion Torreblanca, Carretera de Cadiz Km 159, Playa El Padron, Avenida Hacienda 40, , Anoreta Golf, Rincon de la Victoria, Los Puertas,, , Lugar Urbanizacion Cala Golf s/n, Mijas Costa, urbanizacion Residencial La Cala 7, Avenida Salvador Allende 39, Torremolinos - Malaga, Avenida Antonio Machado 43, , Bda. Conde Del Guadalhorce 12-14, Avenida Santa Amalia 2, , Calle Graham Bell 4, Lugar Casas de Campos 17, , Ctra de Istan - Urb Las Lomas de Sierra Blanca, , A-387 No 9, Carretera de Mijas km 1, Calle Cerrojo 1 Num Reg T H MA 01981, , Avenida Ramon y Cajal 3, , Calle Vendeja 7, Avenida Mediterraneo 174, , Calle Alcazabilla, 2, Málaga, Spain
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Stop At: Mijas Pueblo, Mijas Pueblo, Mijas, Costa del Sol, Province of Malaga, Andalucia
Mijas offers travelers the contrast between the traditional image of the area and adaptation to current times, all without losing the essence. The walk around whitewashed corners, courtyards, gardens, shrines. The village retains the leisurely pace and charm of the past, sheltered by the mountains and looking out to the countryside and sea. Besides the tourist attractions, such as the donkey-taxis, Mijas Village offers visitors several monuments that are interesting to know.
Visit the tiny bull-ring Plaza de Toros ( just outside photostop, 10mins), with its irregular shape; two Mudejar style churches; remains of the old Arab wall where your can enjoy beautiful gardens and the very interesting sanctuary of the “Virgen de la Peña,” patron of the town. The Church of the Immaculate Conception was built by the Muslims in 836, being converted into a Christian church after the conquest, when a Moorish-style tower was added in 1510. From almost any point of the village you can see the white chapel of Calvary, located at a somewhat higher level.
• Pick up from your hotel or from the port of Málaga :
• To request a specific tour time please contact local supplier
• Drive to Mijas
• Walking Tour with Historian and Official Tour Guide 1h30m
• Free time 1 hour
• Drop off to your hotel or at the port
Duration: 3 hours
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Near public transportation.
Transportation is wheelchair accessible.
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible.
Most travelers can participate.
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate.
Face masks required for travelers in public areas.
Face masks required for guides in public areas.
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized.
Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
Mijas is a beautiful town and was one of the high points of our trip to Spain. We enjoyed the breathtaking views,the rich history, the people and the delicious food. Out tour guide Silvina was personable, knowledgeable, and she held our interest during the entire tour. Even our teenage children were fascinated with the the rich history and the customs of the town. We definitely would visit Mijas again!!