La Cala de Mijas, Malaga


La Cala de Mijas is a coastal town some 20 minutes from Mijas (pueblo) which is just inland. http://www.calademijas.com/

It’s a clean, attractive, quiet, friendly, and tasteful coastal community a little less brash than some its neighbours. The beaches are sandy and the climate beautiful. Summer Saturday nights are characterised with music and dance outside on the promenade.

Plots of Land For Sale La Cala de Mijas

There are some plots for sale on the inland side of the town. Contact us for details.

Restaurants in La Cala de Mijas
  • Restaurant El Torrejón
  • Restaurant El Deseo
  • Restaurant el Jinete
  • The Terrace
Beaches of La Cala de Mijas
  • Playa Calahonda: a long wide beach next to Calahonda with lively beach bars but big enough to get away from them. At the western end is the Cabo Pino Marina
  • El Cabo Rocoso (rocky beach) with rocks at the waters edge: quiet good for snorkelling and watersports
  • Butiplaya (Torrevieja beach) family beach with lifegards showers, toilets, disabled access, beach beds, watersports, etc Blue Flag in 2012
  • Playa Cala de Mijas: promenade, lots of chiringuitos and restaurants + La Torre de la Cala + toilets and changing facilities
  • Cala del Mora: a large bay
  • El Bombo beach: a cliff at the end good for snorkelling and scuba diving
  • Playa Chaparal Nudist Beach: Hiiden from the road, snorkelling, chiringuito
  • El Faro: sandy and clean, chiringuito, shore fishing
  • Playa de la Campana / El Charcon: to the east of El Faro, Sandy and clean and quiet
  • Playa Mare Nostrum / Peñon del Cura: rocky, snorkelling and scuba diving, clean
  • Playa del Castillo / El Egido: beach bar, mouth of River Fuengirola
Shopping in La Cala de Mijas

There are many shops bars and restaurants in the town. On Wednesday and Saturday mornings there is a street market that sells everything!

Golf in La Cala de Mijas

The location in pictures