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Located at the foot of the Mijas Sierra, the typically Andalusian white country house will catch your eye. And right on the doorstep is the area known as the Cala where you can cool down on the 12 kilometres of sands in the heart of the Costa del Sol.Read more...

What to see Start off in the sierra with the Moorish-style old town and its whitewashed houses. Must-sees include the Chapel of the Virgen de la Peña, the Church of the Inmaculada Concepción, the bullring, the Collection of Miniatures or the Centre for Contemporary Art. A stroll through La Muralla area is well worth it for the year-round flower gardens and the vantage point over the Mediterranean. You're likely to spot the fun ‘donkey-taxis' during your stay. If you like, they will take you around the centre and outskirts of town. Active tourism In addition to Mijas town centre, the municipality is home to two other towns: Las Lagunas and Cala de Mijas. Las Lagunas has golf courses; and in the Cala, as well as taking a fresh dip, you can also go diving or sailing. Hiking lovers can also try the rural inland trails. In addition, Mijas has a racecourse and a water park. Gastronomy The soups are renowned: garlic, cachorreñas (bread and paprika), maimones (garlic and croutons) and, of course, the famous gazpachuelo (potato and mayonnaise). In turn, the Malaga Designation of Origin produces excellent dessert wines. Trips It is easy to visit other spots on the Costa del Sol from Mijas such as Malaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola…

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