Mijas Guided Tour

A charming village full of whitewashed houses just a stone’s throw from the sea

The essentials

  • Visit Mijas with a private guide and discover the culture of this charming village at the foot of the mountains.
  • Two hours so you can take the tour at your own pace, with time to contemplate the monuments and take some pictures comfortably.
  • Tickets to the Mijas Ethnographic Museum are included.

A balcony to the Mediterranean from an impressive mountain range.

This definition falls short of what Mijas still represents today.

And what it was in the past, because Phoenicians, Romans and Muslims all left their mark on this small village.

The first stop is just a few metres from the meeting point: the Virgen de la Peña Chapel. On the way there you might hear the odd bray: don’t worry, there are donkeys around, and you’ll probably see them.

Returning to the chapel, we can assure you that you have never seen one like it. When you hear about the history of the place, you’ll surely be amazed.

Still in awe, we will go to Parque de la Muralla (“The Park of the Wall”), in the upper part of the village.

As its name suggests, it is located on the old wall, and is full of balconies from which you can admire the landscape in an environment full of natural greenery and colourful mosaics.

Just a few steps from there, we will step into the Mijas bullring, one of the few oval-shaped bullrings in Spain.

From here we’ll take three more steps to reach the Church of the Immaculate Conception, the most important church in Mijas.

If the visit coincides with their opening hours, we will be able to come in.

The next stop is the Old Flour Mill, a faithful reconstruction. It was made with original pieces that are more than 200 years old.

By now you will probably have noticed a small yellow wagon in the area.

The last stop on this guided tour of Mijas is the Ethnographic Museum

This is a must-see place to understand the character of the region and delve into popular Andalusian customs of the last few centuries.

Este es el recorrido

  • Meeting point at the Mijas Tourist Office
  • Virgen de la Peña Chapel
  • Parque de la Muralla
  • Bullring
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception
  • Old Flour Mill
  • Ethnographic Museum


Certified local guide just for you

Literally for you: to answer your questions, provide recommendations and help you with anything you need.

Tickets to the Ethnographic Museum included

You won’t have to wait in line.

Radio guides

So you can explore at your own pace without missing out on any detail and also keep a safe distance at all times.

You set the pace

You will have time to contemplate the monuments and take photos. No rush.

Limited accessibility

Please note that some streets in Mijas have pronounced slopes that may be difficult to navigate for people with reduced mobility.

Cancel free of charge

If your plans change at least 48 hours before the visit, you will get a refund.

With all the safety measures, of course

These are our safety and hygiene measures, which you must also follow during the tour.

Keep a safe distance from the guide and people outside the group..

Use hydroalcoholic gel as often as necessary; it will be available to you throughout the tour.

Wear your face mask at all times, both outdoors and inside the monuments.

We adapt the maximum number of people per group according to the regulations applicable at any given time.

Everything you need to know about this guided tour of Mijas

  • Tickets to the Ethnographic Museum
  • Certified local guide in English; ask us for other languages.
  • Radio guides for all participants.
  • Round trip transportation to the city.
  • Food and/or drinks.
  • Málaga enjoys bright sunshine 300 days a year, so wear sunscreen, even in winter!
  • You will probably also need your sunglasses.
  • Although the distances are not long, bring comfortable shoes, you will feel much better.
  • As for your clothes, remember that Mijas is in a mountain range, so the temperature in winter is usually lower than in the capital. In summer it is around 24ºC.
  • Don’t forget to bring a bottle of water with you; if it’s plastic-free, our province appreciate it.

Where do you want to meet?

Your guide will be waiting for you at the agreed time at the Mijas Tourist Office in Plaza Virgen de la Peña.

We are easy to spot: we always carry a sign with the CM City Tours logo on it.

So, what do you think: will you come on a guided tour of Mijas?

The tour in a nutshell

Two-hour tour to get to know one of the most authentic villages in Málaga.

Enjoy a tour at your own pace, with time for whatever you want.

Have a certified local guide just for you, with all safety precautions.

Do you have any questions?

Answer them here

Are tickets included?

This guided tour of Mijas includes the tickets to the Ethnographic Museum. If you want to visit the interior of other monuments, please tell us when you make your reservation.

In addition to Mijas, I want to do another tour on the same day. Is it possible?

Of course!
Come here and tell us which tour you are interested in.

We’ll arrange your custom visit right away.

Where do I meet the guide?

Your guide will be waiting for you at the Mijas Tourist Office in Plaza Virgen de la Peña. To recognise us, simply look for the sign with the CM City Tours logo.

For your convenience, we will send you the contact details of your guide when you confirm your visit.

What if I have a last-minute change of plans?

Contact us at info@cmcitytours.com or WhatsApp +34 625 92 41 96 to let us know. We’ll find the best possible solution.

Will the tour be cancelled if it rains or the weather is bad?

The visit will take place unless there are official weather warnings. In that case, we will contact you beforehand to inform you and reschedule the visit.

Can I bring my pet on this guided tour of Mijas?

We love pets, but they can’t join us on this walk. The reason is that we will enter museums and animals are not allowed in.

All clear?

Then book now

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