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Location Details Mijas Village, Mijas Costa And Fuengirola

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Our villas and apartments are all situated close together and have excellent access to the main road network allowing you to visit all the major tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol in under an hour (click here for Google map of the area). In addition, Fuengirola train station will take you in air conditioned comfort to the airport and along to the coastal areas of Malaga, Benalmadena and Torremolinos. From Malaga you can train get connections to Granada and Seville. Therefore, although we recommend you hire a car, there is still plenty to see and do if you do not like the idea of driving in Spain.

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment and dining out and for those who still like to go shopping on holiday, the excellent Parque Miramar Shopping Center and multi screen cinema is on your doorstep.

Mijas is split into 2 area, Mijas Pueblo and Mijas Costa. MIjas Pueblo is a very popular picture postcard traditional white Andalucian village that's often visit by day trippers. 7 kilometers down the hill is Mijas Costa comprising of La Cala de MIjas, Calahonda, Miraflores and Riviera del Sol. You could also say that Puerto de Cabopino is also part of Mijas Costa as it is located off the next junction of the Costa del Sol highway.

Golf
With more golf courses than any other area of Europe you 're spoilt for choice in where you want to play as all our homes are in the centre of the Costa del Sol. We recommend you look on the internet for the best deals and special offers available fro week to week. The closest courses are;
Mijas Golf Club - Los Lagos and Los Olivos
La Siesta Golf Club
Santa Maria Golf and Country Club
Cabopino Golf
Miraflores Golf Club

Fuengirola


In Fuengirola, the beachfront is flanked by one of the longest promenades on the Costa del Sol - it was recently widened and landscaped by the local authorities to provide the perfect venue for the traditional Spanish "paseo", the popular past time of promenading with no particular destination in mind!

Fuengirola is a tourist's paradise and one of the most cosmopolitan towns on the Coast. Fuengirola offers all the facilities of a major tourist centre, restaurants, bars, discotheques, sports clubs, etc. Broad beaches flank the city east and west with newly built 'chiringuitos' - simple beach side restaurants - offer typical dishes such as cold vegetable soup, skewered sardines, small fish, etc. Apart from the general attractions of a tourist centre, Fuengirola offers a number of interesting venues such as the Roman baths at Torreblanca, the Arab castle of Suhayl, the Outdoor Museum exhibiting paintings by a variety of artists, the Yacht Harbour, Yacht Club, fantastic golf courses, and a large shopping centre.

Mijas Pueblo Village
Tourism and the expatriate resident population have made their mark on Mijas which has a distinctly cosmopolitan flavour with international restaurants, clubs and bars. Yet the municipality has managed to retain its old world charm and has a reputation as a holiday spot for the more discerning tourist. You won't find any major boulevards and main thoroughfares here - Mijas is a delightful maze of narrow cobbled streets and archways with picture postcard houses, red tiled roofs and balconies ablaze with brightly coloured geraniums.

A white village of character and charm, Mijas village sits above the Mediterranean looking out across Fuengirola to the Mountains of North Africa and the entrance to the Mediterranean. 5 miles from the busy beach scene of the coast, it retains it's air of tranquility and a glimpse of the old ways of Spanish life. Only 25 minutes from Malaga or Marbella, 2 hours from Seville, Granada and Cordoba and just over an hour to Gibraltar, the area is packed full of history, architecture, romance and interest. For the less adventurous or active it provides the perfect base from which to enjoy hot lazy days and cool glasses of wine.

La Cala de Mijas
La Cala is one of the most popular areas on the Costa del Sol, it was once said to be the coasts. It still has the uniqueness of a Spanish Village with a school, church & family run shops & restaurants, yet has certainly moved with the times, with a supermarket, swish restaurants and bars and hotel. There are also banks and a bureau de exchange.

Calahonda
Calahonda is situated between Marbella and Fuengirola approx 25 mins drive from malaga airport. A popular area with the tourists as the location is quiet but not to far from the restaurants and the beach. Both are within walking distance or just a couple of minutes by car. All that you need can be found at Calahonda-For the energetic there is a Health club, with tennis courts, Gymnasium, squash and many more activities. There is also a 9 hole golf course and clubhouse Just a few minutes away


Riviera del Sol
A popular area immediately next to Calahonda it is within walking distance of many amenities including the beach, restaurants, bars, newsagents, shops, supermarkets, golf course, tennis club, and the local weekly market


Miraflores
Located immediately next to Riviera del Sol and Calahonda, Miraflores is a collection of urbanization, a small commercial center with shops and bars and the popular Miraflores Golf Course


Puerto Cabopino
Puerto Cabopino with it’s beautiful marina and many fine restaurants. Capobino also has one of the sandiest beaches on the Costa. There is a direct access road via a foot bridge over the A7 (N340) to these places. It is also a 15 minute drive to Marbella & Puerto Banus in one direction and Mijas & Fuengirola in the the other direction. These locations offer a wide choice of restaurants and bars and night clubs. The complex is adjacent to Cabopino Golf.