About Puebla Aida Mijas and the Area

The unique, Andalusian style development

Puebla Aida

The unique, Andalusian style development

Built over a period of 20 years and completed in 2003, Puebla Aida Mijas is a self-contained, secure development situated within Mijas Golf, just 22 minutes from Málaga international airport and Marbella and 4 km from the sea. The unique, Andalusian style development is perched on a hill providing stunning views across to the sea and the Mijas mountains. It comprises more than 300 individually designed properties, ranging from one to four bedroom apartments and villas, some with their own private swimming pool.

Beautiful gardens, fountains, four lovely communal swimming pools with sun decks and loungers are connected by a labyrinth of pretty walkways that truly capture the Moorish character on which it is styled. Fully maintained by a team of gardeners and maintenance workers throughout the year, Puebla Aida Mijas is perfect both for holiday or year-round homes.

Properties have access to all the gardens and pools. There is ample parking and some properties have their own garages. Puebla Aida is located within the grounds of the Mijas Golf complex with two 18 hole golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr – Los Lagos and Los Olivos.

Puebla Aida is only 20 min’s from Malaga Airport, 10 min’s from Fuengirola, 25 min’s from the Cosmopolitan resorts of Marbella and 30 min’s to the jet-set resort of Puerto Banus.

Puebla Aida History

Quiet, relaxing and picturesque idyllic setting

Puebla Aida was first dreamt up in 1984 by a Spanish architect who took inspiration from the surrounding historic villages and architecture to create a unique new development with the character of a traditional Spanish village.

The vision was of a typical Andalusian village, with a pueblo of houses, apparently irregular in their layout, yet meticulously planned to provide an idyllic setting with the benefits of spectacular uninterrupted panoramic views.

In contrast with the new build developments, Puebla Aida became a delightful, characterful new village, merging with the old Moorish architecture of the region. Working with local craftsmen, materials and techniques such as old clay, original roof tiles, richly stained timber, hand-painted ceramics and marble, a sympathetic style has been created that faithfully reflects the history of the area.

An idyllic village in an era of mass production and uniformity, no two properties are the same. Charming details make them truly unique, featuring rooftop terraces with wrought iron decoration, ornate brickwork, hand-painted tiles and with beautiful archways and alleyways leading to well-kept gardens.

A tranquil home buried in the hills of the romantic land of Andalucia in Southern Spain.

About the Area

Beautiful Mijas Area

Andalucia

Andalusia the region Mijas is within covers the south of Spain. Its landscape varies from the deserts of Almeria in the east (where the spaghetti westerns were filmed) to the wetlands of Donna national park in the west, and from the snow-capped skiing peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the beaches of the Costa del Sol.
There are four fabulous cites that share the greatest of Moorish culture and yet are very dynamic, they are Granada, Cordoba, Seville and Malaga. The whole region is also peppered with historic charming white villages.
The food is a surprising delight, especially away from the tourist areas with tapas bars, Jamom, Sherry, wines, fresh fish, olive oil and so much more. The Moorish architecture is very strong, unique to Europe and is displayed very well at Puebla Aida.

Fuengirola

The nearest main town is the Spanish sea-side resort of Fuengirola (2km). Previously, a tiny fishing village, Fuengirola has become a vibrant metropolis with very Spanish character. The advent of many up-market tapa bars, good cafés and restaurants, interspersed with chic boutiques and shops, as well as its fabulous five miles of sandy beaches, has made it one of the most popular destinations on the Costa del Sol.

Mijas Village

You can see Mijas white village on the mountainside from Pueblo Aida. People from all over the world come to see this delightful place with its cobbled roads and twisting alleyways. There are festivals, music and real culture. even flamenco dancing in the squares. Somehow its a place you never tire going to, and its so near to Puebla Aida.

The enchanting white village of Mijas, just 4 km away, is situated in the lowlands of the Sierra de Mijas mountain range and is surrounded by pine forest. Mijas has managed to retain much of its original charm, with cobbled, narrow winding streets, dazzling whitewashed walls and breathtaking views.

Mijas Golf

Mijas Golf is one of the most popular golf complexes in Europe. The two courses, Los Lagos and Los Olivos, are situated in the valley of Mijas, north of Fuengirola, just 22 minutes by car from Málaga international airport. Los Olivos benefitted from a complete re-design in 2012.

MIJAS WEATHER

Weather

What to Expect

Mijas is in the region of the Costa del Sol ( the South coast ) an area of Spain that has possibly the best weather in Europe with over 300 days of blue skies a year. The mountains behind the coast hold back bad weather and yet cause a gentle breeze in Summer. So an outdoor life is available all year round. Living in Mijas over winter finds the day time temperatures being about 15 degrees average with some weeks reaching 20 degrees. Spring and autumn one could expect 25 and in the summer in the 30’s.

Spring in Mijas is a time for warm temperatures without the blistering heat that the summer may see. The average temperature in March is a warm 14°C with May seeing the average jump up to a rather pleasant 19°C. Spring can see a few showers in the area, but these can actually be a refreshing change to the sunshine.

Summer is the time when most holidaymakers pay a visit to the Mijas area; the temperatures start at 22°C in June, rise to 26°C in July and are in excess of 30°C in August. There are usually around 11 hours of sunshine every day during the summer months and during the evening hours the temperature drops just enough to enjoy an al fresco dinner!

Autumn months in Mijas might just be your favourite time of the year. Whilst some areas of Europe and the UK may be seeing a sharp decline in temperature, in Mijas the weather is slightly kinder. In fact, the average for the autumn months is 23°C in September, a slight drop to 19°C by October and 15°C by November.

Winter weather in Mijas Spain in the winter can be much kinder to its residents. January is the coldest month of the year in the area with the temperature dropping to a still bearable 12°C with the temperatures in December and February rising to 13°C.

Our Featured Properties

The best on offer In Puebla Aida

Property B86

Lovely 2 bedroom property, with fantastic views, furniture included in the price.

Property B81

The access to the property is without any steps, unique lay out of the property. Direct to the garden and swimming pool, sold furnished.

Villa Saimaa

Located in ‘Lomas de Mijas’, a charming and peaceful residential area, Villa Saimaa is very close to downtown Mijas, a typical Andalusian village full of cultural heritage.

Villa Preikestolen

Villa Preikestolen does justice to its name being an exclusive balcony over the best landscapes you would ever imagine.

Villa Abisko

Contemporary design includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, one toilet and an Infinity pool with a Jacuzzi, with Fantastic views to unspoiled Mediterranean nature.

Villa 104

5 bedrooms house with fantastic views and Beautiful Private Pool.

Property C04

Unique large 3 bedroom townhouse with easy access, private swimming pool.

Plot 272

Plot South-East facing, 1.400m2, with a design for 3 bedrooms, 2,5 bathrooms and pool.

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Contact Anna María Kristensson
Sales Representative

Our sales office is located within the Puebla Aida Development near Mijas Golf. All our properties can be viewed by appointment by calling: (+34) 952 477 854 or contact us by email at sales@propertyinmijas.com

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