Mijas Costa covers 12km of coastline from El Chapparal to the Sitio de Calahonda, and is just a 20 minute drive from Mijas Pueblo.
Calahonda is the largest urbanisation on the Costa del Sol, and is home to a vast choice of restaurants, bars and night life.
Calahonda provides an excellent base for exploring the Costa del Sol. Since the majority of visitors to this part of the coast are British, this is the perfect location if you are looking for a home away from home, in the sun and located on top of the beach.
Located a couple of kilometres along the road is Puerto Cabopino, which has the reputation for being the most secluded and picturesque port on the Costa del Sol and is a popular venue for tourists who want to enjoy a good meal before taking a walk along its sandy beaches.
Beaches stretch all the way along Mijas Costa and the central point is La Cala de Mijas.
This lively resort town retains much of its original charm and started out as a small fishing village. A choice of excellent bars, restaurants, shops and attractions can now be found near the beach in La Cala and a popular market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday from 09.00 to 14.30.
La Cala’s annual fair takes place every July and includes street processions, a fairground, drinking, eating and dancing till dawn.
Mijas Costa is very popular with UK holidaymakers and includes a good choice of restaurants, bars, nightlife and beaches.