The bullring was built in 1900. Located in the area of La Muralla, the ring is oval in shape, and has an infirmary, chapel, and slaughterhouse, among other facilities. On its walls there are ceramics that recall the performances of famous killers, such as Miguel Camarita, Palomo Linares, El Niño de la Capea, Angel Teruel or Paquirri. It was owned by Antonio José Galán, bullfighter who died in 2001. Today there are no fights held in the bullring but there is a museum that looks into the history of bull fighting. For more information and a google interactive map for directions from your current position see below.
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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.
4 euro (2015)
10:00am to 10:00pm Monday to Sunday.
Calle Cuesta de la Villa, 1, 29650 Mijas, Málaga, Spain
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