save place
Photos (1)
Plane loader
Animated dots
Among Andalucía’s well-known treasures are its white towns, with their whitewashed buildings glowing in the Spanish sunlight. Near Málaga at some 430 meters (1,400 feet) above sea level, Mijas, made up of several small hamlets, is one of the finest with a strong contingent of British expats. Shops in town sell pottery and other handicrafts, while a small folk museum is also a draw. After strolling the town, visitors will want to stop into one of the small tapas restaurants or local bars to refresh.
Have you been here? Share a tip or a photo with fellow travelers.
Original tripplanner.png?1496699105?ixlib=rails 0.3