Thinking of visiting Mijas and wondering what to see? Tuk Tuk Spain offers guided tours in Mijas in a 100% electric Tuk Tuk. A sightseeing tour on board of one of our electric vehicles is the perfect way to get your bearings, specially if it is the first time you visit Mijas. But our tours are also a great opportunity for people who have been to our village before as our drivers will definately show you places you have never seen before.
My name is Rudi van der Zalm, I live with my Spanish wife and three daughters in this lovely white mountain village since 1991.Tuk Tuk Spain is a family-run business. We started in March 2015 and since then we have shown thousands of tourists the most beautiful and interesting places in Mijas.
I still remember our very first customers (from Canada) staying in Torremolinos who were on their third visit to Mijas. My oldest daughter drove them around and it was not until the end of the tour that this Canadian couple realised what they'd all been missing during their previous visits. And even now this is still a very common situation, it happens to us practically everyday.
Many times tourists simply have no clue what there is to see in Mijas, or what they can do once they get here. And that's a pitty, because Mijas is much more than the typical souvenir shops and restaurants you can find everywhere on the Costa del Sol. Our village has so many hidden gems, but they are not always easy to find in the maze of narrow and steep streets.My recommendation is to not leave our beautiful Andalusian village without at least visiting the Gardens of the old city walls, or the panoramic viewpoint above Mijas, arguably the most beautiful views on the entire Costa del Sol. With our guided tours you obviously get to see all that and much more. You will not only see the most popular sights and monuments in the center of town, but also the more unknown parts of the village way out of the touristical center, like the Barrio Santana or the Plaza de los Siete Caños.
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Interested to book a tour around Mijas? We recommend to book the most popular tour which will show you in 35 minutes what to see in Mijas. If you're in a hurry there is also a shorter tour available, but if you have some more time to spend you can also take the complete tour for just a couple of euros more. Check the information below for more details about our guided panoramic tours in Mijas Pueblo.
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¡HASTA LA VISTA EN MIJAS!
The maze of narrow streets and the white houses with colorful flower pots gives Mijas Pueblo a unique character. As a result, the atmosphere in this charming white mountain village is still reminiscent of the Islamic past.
Besides the typical Andalusian appearance there are many other unique places of interest in Mijas, like the oval-shaped bullring, the chapel of the patron saint cut out in the rocks, the ethnographic museum in the old town hall, or the miniature museum 'Carromato de Max'.
However, these are not the only >interesting places worth seeing. We also recommend visiting the lesser-known parts, including the Callejón de los Gitanos, the Barrio de Santana neighbourhood or the spectacular viewpoint right above the village.
Would you like to know more? With the following link you can find indepth information about what to see in Mijas.
Mijas, a typical white village of Andalusia is a must visit for many tourists staying on the Costa del Sol. Perched high in the Sierra de Mijas mountain range, at about 450 meters above the Mediterranean, the village is a popular daytrip for visitors staying in Fuengirola, Torremolinos or Benalmadena. The historical center of Mijas with its narrow cobbled streets, flower pots and typical Andalusian architecture is one of the favorite things to do on the Costa del Sol for many travelers spending their holidays in southern Spain.
But if you would like to look beyond the many bars, restaurants and souvenir shops in the center of the village don't forget to read our article about things to do in Mijas. It offers insider information about the hidden secrets of Mijas and the nicest places in the village hardly visited by tourists.
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