Here’s the excursion in the port of Malaga, where we arrive on the 19th October:-
Discover the maze of white-washed streets that make up the enchanting hilltop town of Mijas. The ‘jewel’ of the Costa Del Sol.
Leaving the vibrant city of Malaga, the coach will head west through the Guadalhorce Valley – the most fertile valley of Malaga, packed full with lemons, oranges and olive plantations before arriving at Mijas. A typical Andalucian village, perched high above Fuengirola, Mijas enjoys spectacular views of the coast and surrounding heavily wooded mountains. Wander through the narrow, cobble-stoned streets of this pretty village and you will see why artists are attracted to this place, with its wonderful panoramic views over the Mediterranean.
You’ll have some free time to browse at leisure through the narrow cobble-stoned streets. Take a look inside the local craft and souvenir shops, many of which display the colourful, local pottery, or enjoy a spot of people watching whilst you enjoy a cool drink in a local café.
P&O also posted the following ‘essential information’.
The tour involves a moderate level of activity and involves paved but uneven footpaths. This tour is not recommended for passengers who suffer vertigo due to the route taken.