La Cala de Mijas boardwalk

The boardwalk in La Cala de Mijas is a 6km walk that ends 500 meters short of Cabopino passing through Calahonda. The boardwalk forms part of the  Senda Litoral De Malaga (Malaga coastal path) and if its ever completed will run from Nerja to Manilva and span 163 kms . The board walk has bar's and restaurant's along the way as it hugs the coastline.

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La Cala de Mijas boardwalk click the image to enlarge.

Getting there

By Car Enter the A7 towards La Cala de Mijas take the La Cala de Mijas exit then see below for parking options. Then click & go.

 

By Bus The best place to exit the bus depends on the direction. If traveling from Malaga exit the bus underneath the motorway. If traveling from Marbella exit the bus at the police station in La Cala de Mijas For bus schedules click here. To monitor your progress on the bus use click & go by going to La Cala de Mijas bus stop. Click here.

 

By Train There is no train service to Marbella

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Parking

The nearest car park is in the village centre. For directions and more parking options click here.

Opening Times & Prices

24 hrs

 

Free

 

Address

La Cala de Mijas boardwalk,Calle la Marina, 29649 Las Lagunas de Mijas, Málaga.

 

 

The boardwalk is wheelchair friendly all the way to Calahonda.

 

The broadwalk is dog friendly.

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