Club Calahonda Crown Resort

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Ur Sitio De Calahonda, Ctra.cadiz Km.196,50, Mijas, 29650, Spain
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Travel Tips for Mijas


by LoriPori

What makes Mijas charming are the NARROW STREETS & LITTLE WHITE HOUSES. It was fun to walk up and down the narrow streets, some cobblestone, some tiled.
What I also enjoyed, was the balconies displaying pots of colourful plants.

Bull fighting --- not for the faint hearted

by iris2002

In Mijas you will find posters of Bullfights on every street corner (in two languages at least!)

Yes it is a spanish tradition and no matter how much all animal lovers (such as myself) find it cruel, one has to grant the culture the fact that it is somewhat fascinating and powerful.

Wait till you see a Matador in full gear, gleaming eyes ...

Right on your doorstep you've got the local bullring - the Plaza de Toros in Mijas Pueblo where the locals gather with as much gusto for bullfighting as ever.

It's not every foreign tourist's cup of tea but a fascinating spectacle if you've no qualms about animal cruelty.

I personally would not go there...

The Shrine of the Virgin of the rock.

by Regina1965

The first stop while in Mijas - after picking up the map at The Tourist Office is at this quaint little church a few steps from The Tourist Office. The shrine is set in the rock by the El Compás vantage point. It holds the image of the Virgin of the rock, the patroness of Mijas. The image of the Virgin was hidden during five centuries and was found in 1586. A builder found the image, but he was the father of two shepherd boys who were guided to the hiding place by a dove.

The name of the shrine in Spanis is "Santuario de la virgen de la pena".

At the order of Carmelite monks the shrine was carved out of a rock in the 16th century and built over the site of a Moorish castle.

It has been customary to write prayers down on a a piece of paper and stick them into the walls of the shrine, but that is now forbidden as it is covered in prayers. It is forbidden to take photos inside the church. But it was so lovely inside and one can go through the small shrine and leave it from another door at the back.

The shrine is number 2 on the map, number 1 is the donkey taxi ;)

Town Hall of Mijas

by karenincalifornia

The Town Hall of Mijas is definitely worth a visit - and it's free. If you park in the main parking structure for Mijas, and take the elevator up, you'll walk right past it. This is a beautiful multi-story building with striking Moorish archways, fountains, central courtyards, beautiful lighting fixtures, and stained glass windows. It was rather amazing to us that a relatively small town would have such a beautiful town hall.


by blint

Apart from the typical tourist shops you can see these ceramic tourist shops which add real colour to the village's white walls.

Even on a cloudy day these pots and plates were really eye catching.

Buy one or two, wrap them carefully and give your back garden that Spanish feel to it. Ceramics are actually a large tradition in Andalucia dating back to when it was under Arab control, hence why a lot of the tile designs are very Arabic in symmetry and pattern.

The ones in the photos are more Spanish or modern though.


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Address: Ur Sitio De Calahonda, Ctra.cadiz Km.196,50, Mijas, 29650, Spain