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Hotels in Mijas

In the region of Andalusia, in the south-east of Spain, lies Mijas. Just over five miles from the coast and a 35-minute car journey along the shoreline from Malaga, Mijas' brilliant-white buildings nestle attractively in the hillside over 400m above sea level. Book a Mijas hotel with us and discover the tranquillity and charm of this Spanish pearl.

Beaches

Of course, one of the greatest draws of this part of Spain is its proximity to the Costa del Sol. Just under 14 miles south is Playa de Calahonda, one of the most beautiful beaches you could hope to find. With its ragged rocks, cliffs and verdant trees, this sandy beach is lapped by the warm Alboran Sea.

Sporting life

Keen golfers will enjoy the region's many courses. Mijas Golf Internacional provides two courses with lakes and trees. La Cala Golf comes with three well-designed courses that will test the best of handicaps.

True to its name, the Adventure Ride Centre provides thrills and spills for motorcyclists with 100 miles of tracks and trails around the extraordinary Andalusian landscape. There's plenty to challenge the most seasoned of motorcyclists and beginners are catered for too.

Bullfighting is a spectacle that divides opinion but there's no denying its cultural importance in Spain. The Plaza de Toros (Bullring) is an impressive sight, even when empty, with its white-tiered seating, Tuscan-red walls and golden-sanded floor. Whether you're interested in what the Spanish consider to be more than a sport, or just want to take a tour, there's much to enjoy, including a museum and splendid views of the coast.

For an incredibly sweet attraction, it's hard to beat Mayan Monkey Mijas, the world's smallest chocolate factory. Here you'll learn about the origins of chocolate in one of the workshops that runs daily. They promise your visit will be educational and fun, and you'll get to make your very own chocolate bar!

Restaurants and cafés

Naturally, Spanish cuisine is the most common in Mijas and you'll have the opportunity to sample a range of dishes from tasty tapas to piquant seafood paella. There are a host of other culinary styles too, from Argentinean, Italian, Thai and Indian to British and Irish.

Bars, clubs and music

Mijas is a laid-back, peaceful resort compared to some of the coastal towns, which is one of its attractions. You can dine and drink at your leisure until well into the early hours. For a wilder evening, Torremolinos, Fuengirola and Marbella are within easy reach and provide a huge choice of bars and clubs blasting out dance sounds. You'll also find venues that host live traditional flamenco performances, and there are casinos, theatres and cinemas too.

Shopping in and around Mijas

Mijas is a treasure trove of small independent shops where you can buy handmade arts and crafts, artisan goods and traditional ceramics such as bowls, plates and vases. There's a strong Moroccan influence and you can expect to find Moroccan rugs and carpets.

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