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Useful things to know about Calahonda
- Until very recently, Calahonda was a tiny fishing village
- The growth of tourism along the Costa del Sol has now catapulted the village to popularity as a quiet resort unspoilt by mass tourism
- The village is considered part of the Mijas Costa
- The main attraction of the resort is its clean, golden sandy beach backed by small resort hotels
Calahonda Mini Guide
Why do People Choose Calahonda?
The resorts of the Costa del Sol have a reputation for soullessness and many travellers who love the region are now seeking out more traditional resorts where hospitality and a friendly welcome is king rather than the euro. Calahonda is one of those places that offers just that and it’s been gaining in popularity over the last few years.
How do I get to Calahonda?
Malaga Airport is around fifteen miles from Calahonda and has many flights from across Europe and most of the regional and major UK
airports. Flights to Malaga are very reasonable with the budget airlines and you can choose to collect a hire car from the airport or pick it up in Calahonda itself depending on your preference.
What is There to See and Do in Calahonda?
To be quite honest, not a lot, but then that’s part of its charm. The beach is beautiful and rarely packed whilst the sea is clean and clear. It misses out on a blue flag only because of the lack of facilities on the beach but come prepared and there won’t be a problem. The village has many traditional places to eat and there’s a good range of gift shops there for those holiday souvenirs. If you want a little more life, head to Mijas, where you’ll find a greater variety of things to see and do but hurry back to Calahonda to soak up its tranquil atmosphere afterwards