Mijas Costa Weddings in Spain
At White Wedding Days, we pride ourselves on creating weddings to a high standard and Mijas offers both beach side locations and mountain venues. Weddings in Spain are always sought after and are usually hard to organise but with the help of White Wedding Days it can all be done. The style of setting available in Mijas ranges from elegant restaurants and beach locations with great views of the Mediterranean to gorgeous hotels and elegant villa boasting views across the coast.
Mijas weddings are well known for being unforgettable and for a successful wedding, having memories that last for a lifetime is a must.
For me, as a wedding planner, helping you realise your dream wedding is what I want above all else and a successful wedding is what I am for. One of the most important parts of a wedding for the bride and groom is to be happy and enjoy their day with friends and family so letting me help with all of the stress and strain when planning the wedding means you can leave all worries at home when you come to Mijas.
A wedding planner’s job is to make everything run smoothly and to let the bride and groom enjoy their special day together with their families and friends.
Mijas weddings always have a certain charm about them and all celebrations done in the location.
Here are some interesting facts that you might want to know about Mijas:
Mijas is a town and municipality in the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Located on the south-eastern coast of Spain, Mijas belongs to the region of Costa del Sol Occidental. Its centre is a typical Andalusian white-washed village, located on a mountainside about 450 m or 1,476 ft. above sea level, in the heart of the Costa del Sol region.
The municipality includes:
- Mijas Pueblo (the hillside village)
- Mijas Costa (the main commercial and residential area adjacent to, but not strictly part of, Fuengirola)
- La Cala de Mijas (a separate village and small resort by the sea to the west)
- Las Lagunas (a largely suburban and mixed commercial area to the north of Fuengirola).
The economy of Mijas is primarily based on tourism, featuring local historical museums and many souvenir shops. The municipality has seven golf courses (four more are under construction), including La Cala Resort, the biggest golf resort in Spain. Agricultural products include potatoes, cereals, and avocados. (Source Wikipedia)