The Ermita del Calvario was built in 1710 and used as a spiritual retreat by the Carmelite monks. Now days it is only open on Fridays during lent so don’t bother looking for opening times. The chapel looks down on Mijas and is a twenty minute walk from the village centre but well worth the trip. The views of Mijas and the Costa del Sol are truly stunning. The chapel can be seen from Mijas but looks a daunting walk. It’s not to bad though as long as your have suitable footwear.
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Getting to Mijas
By Car Enter the A7 towards Fuengirola, exit 210 on the A387 to mijas then see below for parking options.
By Bus Getting to Mijas by bus is quite easy click here. Use click & go to monitor your progress on the bus.
By Train There is no train service to Mijas. The nearest train station is Fuengirola. There is a bus service from there to Mijas that takes around 15 minutes. See above for more details.
Only open on Fridays during lent.
29650, Málaga, Spain
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