The town's beaches are one of the reasons why a lot of tourists are going back. Swimming and water sports like jet skiing are wonderful pastimes that you can probably develop during the summer months. On the cold days of winter, Mijas beaches are still worthy to be visited because of the legendary refuge and relaxation that they offer. Walking on the sand will never be as memorable as when you walk on of the beaches here in Mijas.
Calahonda is one lengthy stretch of paradise. With clean sands and the terrific sun, renting sun beds and parolas are recollections that would feel pleasant when you go down memory lane in the future. It's a classic postcard place that exudes "picturesque" in every part. Arriving early is going to be beneficial, though as a lot of people are known to inhabit the place. Owing, obviously, to its astounding prettiness.
La Cala de Mijas Resort in the La Cala Hotel is one for the types who have money to burn. Though this resort can get a bit formidable on your credit card, the money will be definitely worth everything. A lovely reception awaits you here. Friendly staff and beautiful rooms suited for the royalty that you are is offered here. The resort also has three golf clubs that are perfect for getting fit.
Family vacation? Perfect. La Butibamba should be a part of your itinerary. It's a continuation of the Cala de Mijas beach that has been awarded the European blue flag for its legendary cleanliness. Golden sand, water sports and accommodation for even the disabled make this place one of the most sough-after beaches in town. A lot of families choose to spend their Mijas vacation here and once you check out the place, it's not hard to understand why.
If you like it more rugged and you have a passion for fishing, then you must definitely pay a trip to El Faro. Sun beds are for hire here, too, and bars are open to sweeten your stay. The beach can be viewed from the main road, as well, and it strikes a very stunning sight.