La Cala View is a new development located in the exclusive and much sought after area of La Cala de Mijas. The project consists of 16 luxury design villas. Construction started in June 2016 and the first villas are expected to be completed during winter 2017, ready to be delivered in the second quarter of 2018.

Costa del Golf

The Costa del Sol is known as the Costa del Golf, and for a good reason. There are over 60 golf courses and golfing resorts located on the Costa del Sol, 4 of which are ranked in the top 10 in Europe.

mijas pueblo

The white village, one of the jewels of the Costa del Sol emerges amidst evergreen pine trees, inviting you to explore its nooks and crannies and take a ride in a donkey taxi. Mijas Pueblo is both a charming traditional mountain village and sophisticated Mediterranean city featuring e.g. top-quality restaurants and golf courses.

On the coast, Mijas Costa (La Cala de Mijas) it offers all the infrastructure of a tourist resort and extensive leisure facilities, including a racecourse and a water park.


La Cala Views is located just 31 kilometres from Málaga International Airport. It is easy to reach the beautiful town of Mjias from both Málaga city and the international airport by road, train or bus. It is no wonder that Mijas with its privileged position looking out on the Mediterranean Sea has become so popular in the last 20 years.


Video from La Cala de Mijas and surroundings


Marbella is located 24 kilometres from La Cala de Mijas. The Sierra Blanca mountains are the backdrop to 27 km of sandy Mediterranean beaches, villas, hotels and golf courses. West of Marbella town, the "Golden Mile" of prestigious nightclubs and coastal estates leads to Puerto Banús marina, filled with luxury yachts, and surrounded by upmarket boutiques and bars.

Puerto Banús

La Cala Views is located just 31 kilometres from Puerto Banús, Marbella’s world-famous port, right in the heart of Spain’s Costa del Sol. It’s a millionaire’s playground with beach clubs, super-yachts moored in the marina, and a long strip of bars, clubs and designer boutiques along the water. There’s another side to this firecracker of a spot, though – head away from the sea and there are quieter bars and authentic Spanish tapas restaurants.



From extensive sands offering all kind of services to tucked-away coves in wild natural areas, Málaga and the Costa del Sol have a lot to offer beach-goers. As many as 320 sunny days a year and a 160km coastline make them the perfect destination for sun and sand visitors at any time of year.