Eating out in Mijas

During your holiday in Mijas you will soon find out that eating out is a favourite past time in Spain. The hospitality of the local bars and restaurants, and the quality of the food are second to none in most cases. Being such a popular international travel destination it is no wonder, that Mijas offers a wide selection of bars and restaurants, ranging from typical local andalusian tapas to international cuisine from all over the world and there is certainly a place that suits all needs.

Eating out in Mijas

In the more international resorts like Calahonda or Riviera del Sol you will find italian restaurants, chinese, indien, japanese and some restaurants will also offer live entertainment. In the restaurants along the Costa del Sol you can enjoy lovely sea views, beautiful surroundings and international cuisine to suit all budgets.

If you want to try eating out in southern Spain like the locals you should visit one of the many typical bars and restaurants in the village or La Cala de Mijas, which also has a large local population.

Friends and family, including small children will informally get together in a bar or restaurant in the evening and will normally start with a wide variety of tapas (a drink with a little snack).

Some of the most well known spanish dishes are the paella, the gazpacho (cold vegatable soup), the tortilla española (spanish omelette) and the jamon serrano (spanish ham). A typical dish from the village of Mijas is the sopa de tomate (tomatoe soup) and the gazpachuelo, which is a soup of potatoes, bread and mayonnaise.

In the weekend many spanish families will visit the local ventas, traditional restaurants on the outskirts of the village which is the 20th century where used a a resting post for labourers and traders on there way from Mijas to other places inland like Coin or Ronda or Torremolinos, Marbella and Malaga along the Mediterranean coast.

Whatever you are looking for during your holidays in Mijas, you will always find a place that will satisfy your needs.