Mijas
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Mijas Small Group Walking Tour

1. Mijas Small Group Walking Tour

Begin your tour by meeting at Virgen de la Peña Square. Enjoy the sights of Taxi Donkeys and then stop by the chapel of the Virgin of the Rock while listening to stories, legends, and important facts about this village from your local guide. After passing by Constitution Square and the remains of the Moorish Wall, climb a little bit to visit the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Walk along the lovely promenade by the botanical gardens with stunning views out to the sea. On the way back to Commercial Street, if there are good weather conditions, you can also admire an outdoor Flamenco Show. Finish the tour by wandering along Commercial Street, where the 17th Century San Sebastian Hermitage is located as well as the Contemporary Art Museum.

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Malaga: Private Day Trip to Mijas

2. Malaga: Private Day Trip to Mijas

After being collected from our Malaga accommodation, you will make your way to Mijas. The town of Mijas is the perfect example of an old Spanish village on the coast, which has managed to retain its old-world charm. You will begin with a visit to the Ermita de la Virgen de la Peña, a chapel made of rock which offers both views of the village and the coast below. You can wander through the town with its craft shops, with the option to take a famous donkey tour through the village. The Parroquial Church is located in a park with lovely views of the coast, and on a clear day, you can see straight across the Mediterranean to Morocco. You can also encounter the bullring, located just across from the church, which is the only square bullring in Spain. Those who are fit can choose to walk up the narrow streets through the neighborhoods to experience the authentic village life. You can take the time to sit in a cafe and have a drink, or opt enjoy one of the many restaurants, and at the conclusion of your experience you will be returned to your accommodation in Malaga.

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Mijas: Half-Day Tour with Food and Wine Tasting

3. Mijas: Half-Day Tour with Food and Wine Tasting

Experience the Andalusian lifestyle with a private half-day tour of the beautiful white town of Mijas. Fall in love with this mountainside village and its picturesque whitewashed buildings. In the company of your private guide, learn all about Mijas' history and culture and discover the hospitality of its inhabitants.   During your tour, discover the Arabic influence on the city, visit the oval bullring, many historical sites, the museum, and centuries-old churches. Get the opportunity to visit a chocolate factory and enjoy a chocolate making experience inside the factory. Afterward, sit down to a delicious spread of fine Malaga wines, typical Andalusian tapas, and a delicious lunch with views of the coast. Later, enjoy some free time to pick up some souvenirs at the town's many art and crafts shops. Finally, hop on a traditional mule taxi and head to a private location where time stands still and you can experience the traditional Spanish way of life for a moment.

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Mijas: Private Walking Tour

4. Mijas: Private Walking Tour

Visit the beautiful village of Mijas and explore its typical urban layout with narrow, steep streets and preserved Andalusian architecture — you’ll be charmed by its white houses, barred windows, and colorful planter pots. Your private guide will show you every corner of this town as you learn more about its history on this 1.5-hour tour.   Meet your guide at the bronze statue of the donkey located at the Tourism Office. Then, head out to stroll along the streets and see sights such as the Chapel of the Virgin of the Rock and Constitution Square. Pass by the oval bull ring, the Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception, the botanical gardens, and the remains of the Arab walls. From here, take in awesome views of the coast and the Strait of Gibraltar.   At midday, enjoy an outdoor flamenco show if the weather is good (only on Saturdays and Wednesdays) before visiting the Chapel of San Sebastian, the Chapel of our Lady, the Folk Museum, and the Modern Contemporary Museum.   Once the tour is done, you’ll be in the perfect spot to experience a Malaga wine tasting (at your own expense).

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What people are saying about Mijas

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 10 reviews

Beautiful town. We would go back. Lovely little streets and decorated houses..