Ethnological Museum in Mijas

This little museum is situated just off the Plaza de la Constitucion and focuses on the daily life, technology and living conditions through the ages in Mijas. The museum is spread across twelve rooms and on multiple levels with a beautiful courtyard at its centre. There is a recreated dwelling that shows how the ancesters of Mijas lived, farming tools, which was the main employment then and of course the wine and olive presses. There is a display of herbs used and various cooking impliments used in that era. This is a great museum that shows the way people lived before the Costa del Sol arrived. 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.

 

More information

Parking

The nearest car park is a large multistory carpark on Calle Olivar Don Pablo at 1 euro per day (march 2017 price) for directions and more parking options click here.

Prices & Opening times

Price 1 euro each

 

Opening Hours:
In Winter: 10:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 19:00 daily
In Summer: 10:00 - 14:00 and 17:00 - 16:00 daily

Address

Ethnological Museum, Plaza de la Libertad, 29650, Mijas.

 

A lot of the museum is up stairs with no disabled access.

 

952 59 03 80

Click here to Call +34-952-590380

 

Tourist information centre Email turismo@mijas.es

 

The museum is not dog friendly.

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