This beautiful and huge apartment with brand-new furniture is located in the heart of one of the most attractive and most visited towns/villages on Costa del Sol, only a few minutes’ walk to all amenities you can wish for, to enjoy your holiday. Restaurants, bars, shops, attractions, all are just a few minutes’ walk from the apartment.
The views over the Mediterranean Ocean, mountains and the Fuengirola Bay from this spectacular accommodation are breathtaking.
This 175 m2 apartment consists of 2 very spacious bedrooms, one of them with direct access to a huge terrace and the other one with a French balcony, 2 bathrooms, one with shower and the other one with tub, a fully equipped kitchen with all appliances, a spacious and bright dining area, 2 very spacious and bright living rooms/areas with fireplace and with direct access to the terrace, 2 huge terraces (30m2), one of them closed with glass curtains, so you can enjoy the terrace and the views even in windy days or in the winter time.
The entire apartment is furnished with brand new modern and comfortable furniture in Scandinavian style. On the terraces you will find comfortable and quality lounge and dining furniture as well as sunbeds and BBQ.
Air conditioning in all rooms
Free Parking (one car)
Free bed linen and towels
Malaga airport: 26km
bar / restaurants: 20m
Fuengirola beach: 8km
Spa wellness: 50m
Taxi : 75m
Mijas Pueblo is a stunning white mountain village/town, about 400 meters above sea level and about 8 km from the coast. The atmosphere in this beautiful and charming village is an inspiration to many artists and writers, who have chosen to live there and enjoy the authentic, tranquil Andalusian lifestyle. The village will simply steal your heart with the beautiful white houses, cozy souvenir shops and boutiques, cafes and restaurants with stunning views and many activities such as Flamenco dance every week.
The village/town is also visited by many hikers all year around due to the beautiful nature around Mijas Pueblo with several amazing hiking trails of varying difficulties and challenges.
There is a wide variety of restaurants and places to eat, including authentic, traditional Spanish restaurants as well as international ones. Fresh seafood is brought from the coast on a daily basis.
Apart from beautiful and cozy narrow streets, souvenir shops, cafés and restaurants, there are many local attractions in this village:
The Virgin of the Rock
On the Paseo ‘El Compas’ in Mijas village there is a shrine to the Virgen de la Peña, the Patron Saint of Mijas. If you are walking around the village, it is worth strolling up to the vantage point, where the decorative shrine is set into the rock. Legend has it that after five centuries of being hidden from sight, in 1586 two children were led there by a dove and their father uncovered the shrine.
San Sebastian Church, (Plaza de la Libertad)
Open every day
This beautiful 17th century church is in the street of the same name, Calle San Sebastian, and it has been made famous amongst visitors who find both building and setting to pretty that it has become one of the most photographed streets on the Costa del Sol.
The Shrine of our Lady of Los Remedios
In the very heart of the old part of the village, in Plaza de los Siete Caños, you will find this little church. This 17th Century building better known as Iglesia de Santa Ana and like its immediate surroundings, it has retained the simple Andalucian enchantment over the years is still very much part of the old village life.
Shrine of Calvario
As you approach Mijas village, if you look up above the village, on the side of the mountain, you will see a small while building – this is the Shrine of Calvario. Built in 1710, this small place of worship was visited by Carmelite monks who would go there for spiritual reflection and contemplation. You can reach it by walking up through the trees, on a path marked with iron crosses. It is only open on the evening of Easter Friday, but many people walk up there throughout the year, to be at one with nature and to take in the breathtaking views down along the coastline and the sparkling sea.
Fortress Walls, Gardens and Viewpoints
Beautifully kept gardens are a delight to visit at the top of the village, where there are still some of the fortress walls of the ancient village. At this privileged point of the coast, you take in panoramic views of the surrounding areas and the Mediterranean.
The Municipal Auditorium
In the midst of the gardens and built into the Fortress walls, is the open air theatre/auditorium, where many cultural events, including the August Theatre Festival is held. In the close proximity of the bullring and the church, the auditorium and surrounding area is the perfect place to enjoy a wonderful evening of culture and entertainment on a warm summer’s night.