127 Apartments in Mijas

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Apartment in Ana María - Mijas | Map
12.2 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Faro de Calaburra - Mijas | Map
9.3 km from the centre
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
13.1 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Puebla Aida - Mijas | Map
4.9 km from the centre
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
13.7 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Don Alberto - Mijas | Map
8.7 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Ana María - Mijas | Map
12.3 km from the centre
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
14.2 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
13.3 km from the centre
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
13.4 km from the centre
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Aparthotel in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
12.8 km from the centre
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Apartment in Mijas | Map
In the centre
  • Internet
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
12.4 km from the centre
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Apartment in Mijas | Map
11.7 km from the centre
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Apartment in Calahonda - Mijas | Map
11.5 km from the centre
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Districts

Calahonda 73 Accommodations
Faro de Calaburra 8 Accommodations
Ana María 6 Accommodations
Don Alberto 4 Accommodations
El Chaparral 4 Accommodations
Jarama 2 Accommodations
Puebla Aida 2 Accommodations
Las Acacias 1 Accommodation

Points of interest

Playa Calahonda 7 Accommodations
Playa de Calahonda 6 Accommodations
Playa El Bombo 1 Accommodation
Playa El Chaparral 1 Accommodation
Playa de Playamarina 1 Accommodation

Apartments in Mijas: Multicultural accommodation

Apartments in Mijas – Accommodation in Mijas

Mijas is an Andalusian town in the province of Malaga on the Costa del Sol. Its main activity is tourism thanks to the unique beauty of its coast and mild climate, with moderate winters and hot summers. It's considered to be a multicultural city due to the percentage of foreigners that arrived as tourists and have remained as residents. Mijas consists of three urban centers each located far away from the others: Las Lagunas, La Cala and the city itself. La Cala is on the coast and the city is in the mountains. Another factor that attracts tourists is the local culture with a leisurely pace of life, inherited from a touristic past that achieved a balance between the demands and speed of foreign tourists with the quiet pace of the locals. Throughout the year there are festivals and pilgrimages where the fandango de Mijas is danced. There is also awide panorama of international events, among them is the Biennale de Arte de Villa de Mijas and the Villa de Mijas Theatre Festival. Don't miss out on adding flamenco to your list of activities, a festival takes place in August dedicated to highlighting the gypsy spirit. In the summer months there are often evening concerts. Among the curiosities in Mijas are the donkey-taxis, the city council is responsible for providing city parking for the donkeys. Other sights include the irregularly shaped Plaza de Toros, the Moorish remains of the old Arab wall and the Church of Immaculate Conception built in the ninth century. You can find all this in addition to the narrow streets, whitewashed houses, beaches and coves. The Mijas Mountain is also worthy of a visit. Finally, Mijas has many bars, cafes, restaurants and nightlife. We have a large assortment of Mijas apartments to rent, so you can rest assured that you'll be staying in your preferred area.

Accommodation in Mijas

There is a wide variety of Mijas accommodation ranging from hotels, B&Bs and residences to hostels, pensions and guesthouses. Only-apartments also has a specialized offer with the least expensive prices so you can stay in spacious apartments with great views at superb locations during your stay. We have flats equipped with all modern appliances for those who enjoy luxury. Finally we also have lovely studios for those people who are looking for fun and functionality.

Places to go in Mijas

  • La Ermita de la Virgin de Peña, located in the Paseo El Compás, was carved into the rock in 1548 by Mercedarian friars. Tradition has it that the Virgin appeared among the walls of the old castle in 1586, remaining hidden throughout the eight centuries that included Muslim rule in the peninsula. Inside there is a viewpoint 428 meters high from where you can use a telescope to observe the Costa del Sol and the Valle de Mijas. Admission costs €3.
  • La Plaza de la Constitución de Mijas is a place you cannot forget to add to the agenda when planning your trip. Whitewashed houses, a fountain and stone benches, shops with typical products from the local cuisine and souvenirs, restaurants with culinary gems, it's a must-see for travelers.
  • La Plaza de Toros was built per the requests of residents in 1900 and is a local cultural gem. Nestled on a rock, the entrance goes unnoticed, you have to know exactly where it is. The most striking thing about it is its unique oval shape. While they no longer have bullfights or the running of the bulls due to protests from foreigners who live in the community, thereis still something mythic that remains from that era. Admission costs €3.
  • Playa Calahonda is in an urbanized area next to the marina of Cabopino. It has fine sand, clean tranquil waters, good services and restaurants. The beach is ideal for swimming and practicing windsurfing or paddle boarding.
  • Playa el Chaparral is one of the ideal places for kite surf and windsurf. The beach has lifeguards and is close to the road that connects Mijas with Fuengirola. There are many bars and restaurants as well as all different types of stores for shopping

All of our apartments in Mijas are close to these places, rent ahead of time in order to ensure you get the best prices on the market and confirm your visit to this interesting place in the Costa del Sol.

Museums in Mijas

The Carromato de Mijas is a museum with unique miniatures from around the world. It's one of the most popular sites in Mijas. The flyers and pamphlets of the museum say it all: Fleas dissected and dressed, a ballet dancer carved into a toothpick, a battle ship on the head of a needle pin, The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci on a grain of rice, etc. The museum has close to 360 miniatures and will provide you with a magnifying glass in order to see them all. Admission costs €3 for adults and €1.50 for kids.

At the Plaza de la Libertad is the Museo Histórico-Etnológico de Mijas, which recreates the history of the old farmers and fishers in Mijas. You can see interesting collections of crafts, farming and fishing tools, oils mills and a replica of a bedroom where the last Republican mayor of Mijas hid for 30 years.

For art enthusiasts, the C.A.C of Mijas will capture your attention. Located on Malaga Street 28, it has a collection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso. Besides Picasso the museum also has works by Dalí and Miro. Finally, it also exhibits temporary as well as permanent works by other national and international artists.

How to get to Mijas

Mijas is located 22.7 kilometers from the Malaga airport. There are no direct buses, you must catch bus number 120 to Fuenigirola and from there make your way to Mijas.

Another very popular option is taking a taxi from the Malaga airport, don't forget to agree on the price before getting in. And for enjoying your holidays at your own pace, the best option is to rent a car form the airport so you can move freely throughout the region.