Mijas Pueblo is one of the most visited of Andalucia’s white villages. A stroll around the narrow cobbled streets quickly reveals why. Its winding streets, charming white houses and numerous tiny squares all contribute to Mijas' popularity.
Be cautious if using a manual wheelchair as certain areas of the town are very hilly. An electric wheelchair or mobility scooter might be preferable. There is lots to explore alongside the most spectacular views such as a church visit, the chocolate factory or the Miniature Museum. The hilltop church of Virgen de la Pena has ramped access. From here you will get the most stunning views of the coast!
If you want to venture around different wheelchair friendly attractions, you can take the glass elevator from near the Tourist Information Centre to the lower level and explore the shops there too.
What to do?
Accessible highlights and museums to visit in and around Mijas;
- Virgen de la Peña church
- Bullfighting Arena (partially accessible)
- Mayan Monkey Chocolate factory
- Miniature Museum
- Enjoy incredible sea views
- Accessible beaches in La Cala de Mijas
How to get there?
The bus services to Mijas are operateur by Avanza. Getting public transport to Mijas is easy with lots of buses coming from nearby places in the Costa del Sol. To ensure there is a wheelchair friendly coach on this route you need to ring Avanza Portillo on 955 038 665.
Accessible private transfers to Mijas can be arranged from Malaga airport.