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Library
“This charming mountain village offers some impressive views and is well worth a visit.”
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Place to eat
“Close to the villa. Great for feeding fractious kids good, Italian or Spanish food. Grilled fish and excellent pizzas. ”
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레스토랑
“A tucked-lying place with good food an excellent pizza and a good Paelia. Wonderful views over the sea, and friendliest service. For me, the best value for money on the spot.”
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교회
“Shrine to the patron saint of Mijas, the Virgen de la Peña. The shrine of Our Lady the Virgin of the Rock was excavated in the rocks by a Carmelite monk in the second half of the seventeenth century. The legend says that the virgin appeared between the walls of the old castle in 1586 were it remained hidden during the 8 centuries of the Muslim domination of the Spain.”
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레스토랑
“A hidden gem in the typical village of Mijas, lovely to browse the little boutique shops and enjoy tapas and a glass of wine . This village is 10 min sites drive from Finca Bella vista ”
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레스토랑
“Fantastic Spanish food with great wine and a super friendly welcome. Our current favourite. Book well in advance”
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지역
“When you wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, you can understand what has attracted foreigners to settle here over the years. Many artists and writers have made it their home, enjoying the benefits of an excellent all year round climate, without being part of the busier, more commercial coastal towns just 7 kilometres down the mountain side. Despite its huge popularity with tourists, Mijas Pueblo has somehow managed to retain much of its traditional Andalucian way of life, the locals displaying their unabashed passion for all things festive and an unmistakable relaxed 'mañana' outlook on anything that can be put off for another day. The craft shops have some”
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Establishment
“ Es Mijas uno de esos hermosos pueblecitos blancos impecables tan típicos del interior de Málaga. Pero curiosamente, Mijas no se ha hecho famosa por sus casas impolutas o sus callejuelas empinadas. Esta localidad es conocida en toda la costa malagueña porque el medio de transporte preferido por locales y visitantes es el burro- taxi. O el carro/tren turístico (también tirado por burros) en el caso de que el grupo sea grande. Hay tantos, son tan curiosos y atraen a tantos turistas que incluso el ayuntamiento se ha visto obligado a crear un aparcamiento especial para ellos. Nos subimos a uno de estos burro-taxis y es el conductor del peculiar vehículo quien nos cuenta que esta fiebre empezó allá por los años 60. En aquellos años las comunicaciones eran harto complicadas y los campesinos, tras largas jornadas de trabajo en el campo en la sierra, retornaban a sus casas a lomos de estos animales. Su desfile empezó a llamar la atención a los visitantes que pasaban por la zona y pronto empezaron a parar a los jinetes para hacerse fotos con ellos. Y no faltaba quien les pedía un “paseo” en burro a cambio de una propina, la cual era bastante más generosa que el salario de muchos de estos agricultores. Y así nació el negocio. Durante el paseo tranquilo a lomos del animal, uno descubre la belleza de un pueblo de calles estrechas, sinuosas, y fachadas encaladas relucientes con balcones y ventanas decoradas con coquetas macetas en las que lucen flores de vivos colores.”
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Point of Interest
“Mijas' bullring is small and unique as it is oval shaped. You can tour the bullring and small museum if you're not interested in attending an actual bullfight.”
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General Travel
“El Museo de Miniaturas Carromato de Max es uno de los atractivos que no te puedes perder en tu visita a Mijas Pueblo. Su interior alberga todo un homenaje a las pequeñas cosas: La última Cena de Leonardo Da Vinci sobre un grano de arroz, una bailarina de ballet tallada en un palillo de dientes o pulgas disecadas vestidas. Estos son algunos de los curiosos elementos que podemos encontrar en su colección. El museo tiene su origen en los viajes hechos por el Profesor Max, un antiguo hipnotizador del municipio. Se trata de "la colección más grande del mundo de las cosas más pequeñas".”
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고급 식료품점
“the great way to see and make your own chocolate bar. this is in the hart of Mijas Pueblo, you get the chance to sample make and buy your own chocolate. well worth a visit.”
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레스토랑
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Museum
“A great insight into the local Spanish history. Peaceful and quiet you can take your time and discover how people used to live in the village and surrounding areas.”
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미술관
“Considered the second most important museum of Pablo Picasso ceramics in the world - an incredible feat for this humble pueblo. The museum has a focus on Picasso, and also includes other changing exhibits of leading Spanish artists.”
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비어가든
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“Amazing views and perfect spot under pine trees for having a snack and drinks”
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“If you are going to Mijas Pueblo, then make time for una copa de vino in this fun and charming wine bar. Live music many nights, reservations encouraged. Chema is on hand to serve his guests. Great wine selection, reasonably priced! Worth the trip up the mountain!”
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