Mihas is a town in Malaga, Spain's Andalusian Autonomous Region, on the Sun Coast, a popular white tourist town. "The town spreads along the gentle slopes of the hills, with its pure white landscape, which attracts photography enthusiasts." More attracted to the arrival of newlyweds, they hope love can also because of the clean atmosphere, return to the most unblemished beauty. In addition to the white buildings, Mijas's museums, exquisite crafts shops and golf courses are also a must-see, as is Spain's largest golf resort.
A white town halfway up the Mediterranean Sea, known as a pearl on the Mediterranean side, is a famous tourist resort in Spain, and it is characteristic of Mihas to go shopping by donkey cart. From Picasso's hometown of Malaga to Mijas, this is definitely a great place for photography, one day or two days in a villa hotel in the town.
Mihas, a town of thousands of years old in southern Spain's Sun Coast mountainous region, is home to a white building with ups and downs scattered at 428 meters above sea level, a blue water in the Mediterranean Sea and a famous painter, Picasso.
Mijas is an ancient town in Málaga with the style of southern Spain. The houses in the town have white exterior walls. There is a blue flower under the windows of every room with a winding stone path. The pots are filled with bright flowers. Walking here, the fragrance of flowers is overflowing, and the birds are singing. It is really a small Spanish town that makes people self-cultivation and physical and mentally happy.
great genuine little Spanish village with pietonal streets , donkey rides and great views. Attraction not to be missed
M haas is located in the south of Spain anda Lucia is a typical Spanish Mediterranean style white town. For thousands of years history of white buildings at an altitude of 428 meters high on the Mediterranean side of the mountains, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, also watching the sea across the continent.
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