Mijas Costa del Sol

Last Thursday I was down in Mijas Costa, La Cala specifically showing some people the area. In between getting soaked in the torrential rains some interesting bits of information can up, which after some research appear to be genuine.

It appears that under the Mijas PGOU plan (the urban plan) quite a few projects have been approved that should see the coastal area develop in a way that will enhance the quality of life for people living and working in the area.

It appears that La Cala is going to benefit from having a marina built at some point in the future. And it appears that currently on the Costa del Sol demand far outstrips supply.
This in combination with the train line which will continue on from Fuengirola through Las Lagunas and La Cala on its way to Marbella should help owners of properties in the area see the value pf said property increase.

For those not familiar with the area, the municipality of Mijas is divided into several areas. You have the white-washed Mijas Pueblo (village) located in the mountains, Mijas Costa, which is adjacent to Fuengirola, the small village of La Cala de Mijas and Las Lagunas, a commercial/residential area to the north of Fuengirola.

There are also a range of golf course in the area, 7 I believe, which seem to bring down a lot of winter golfers every year. If demand is anything to go by, they seem to be quite good. La Cala golf even has a David Leadbetter Academy.

Andrew Bellés

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