Thanks to its privileged position on the Costa del Sol, there is no limit to the exciting things to do in Mijas for tourists. Monuments, beaches and much more await lucky visitors. Those who are deciding what to do in Mijas can choose between exploring the town and the coast or enjoying both.
In the village you will find whitewashed corners, patios, gardens, chapels, and buildings of interest - all remnants of the Arab period. In the old town you will find many Mijas attractions including the tiny bull ring, two Moorish-style churches, the remains of the old Arab wall, and the sanctuary of the Virgen de la Peña - the patron saint of the town. Other things to see in Mijas of great historical significance include the Max wagon, the flour mill, the Museum Casa de la Villa, and the Contemporary Art Center.
If you prefer to find places to visit in Mijas on the coast, you will find numerous long beautiful beaches. Some of the best include the rocky headlands, Calahonda, El Chaparral, or Playa La Luna.
If you are still looking for stuff to do in Mijas, try out the donkey-taxi, a fun and original way to discover the city.
If you need more information on this or on the main attractions in Mijas or Mijas activities, you can go directly to the tourist office located at Av. Virgen de la Peña or browse from visitor experiences posted on Minube.