This post is long overdue as Blue Coffee Bike bar and restaurant in Mijas Pueblo has been my go-to place when visiting the pretty village of Mijas Pueblo.
If you’ve not heard of Mijas Pueblo before, it’s a typical Andalusian village stretching up in the hills above Fuengirola. It is a popular day trip destination for those who are staying for a holiday by the coast and want to experience what a traditional Andalusian white-washed village looks like.
While Mijas Pueblo is no longer a sleepy village, more like a tourist hot spot, there are still a lot of local gems that are waiting to be discovered.
One of them is Blue Coffee Bike.
We stumbled upon it on the very first trip to Mijas Pueblo, as it was one of the few places open around lunchtime – you can call that lucky! On my second trip, a kind British gentleman who lives there and owns a pottery shop also recommended that it’s the place where all locals go.
I can only confirm that!
Ever since then, a stop for a lunch in Blue Bike has been on my itinerary every time I was coming to Mijas Pueblo. The menu is not long, the food is pretty simple, but executed really well, and oh the flavours!
Below are a few snapshots from the few times I had a camera on hand, and a few of the most loved dishes we always order when we go there.
Book yourself a table and give them a go – I am keen to hear if you will love them as much as I do!
Bar Blue Bike Coffee: Details
Location: Pl. de la Constitución, 7, 29650 Mijas, Málaga
Reservations: off-season is normally not necessary, however, if you’re stopping over for Sunday lunch they might be fully booked. The place has a limited number of tables and it fills up quite quickly.
Opening hours: 11.00 – 16.00 for lunch or snacks, and 19.00 to 23.00 for dinner.
Contact: tel. +34 952 59 11 70
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Southern Spain Travel Planning Guide
Is it safe to drive in Spain?
YES! The roads in Southern Spain are generally in very good condition, with modern highways connecting the biggest cities. To rent a car, I highly recommend Discover Cars, which will get you the best deals on your car rental for your trip.
WHAT IF I DON’T WANT TO DRIVE?
PUBLIC TRANSPORT — Southern Spain has a well-established and modern network of trains and buses. To get the cheapest bus or train tickets, take a look at Omio to find the timetables and prices.
DAY TRIPS — If you don’t like the hassle of using public transport, local travel companies offer many day trip options from almost all the destinations in Southern Spain. You can check them out here.
WHERE SHOULD I BOOK MY ACCOMMODATION?
BOOKING.COM — I have been using booking.com for all my trips in Spain and abroad, and have never had any negative experiences. Their reviews are very accurate and you get the best deals even on apartments, not just hotels.
ARE THERE LUGGAGE STORE OPTIONS IN THE CITIES?
YES — If you would like to leave your luggage behind to explore the city on your last day, before heading to the airport, you can use Radical Storage service, which lets you book luggage storage options in almost all the destinations in Southern Spain.
DO I NEED TO BUY A LOCAL SIM CARD FOR THIS TRIP?
YES – You can, of course, use your own card if you have roaming data available. If you want to avoid surprising extra charges from your operator, you can use a service like Airalo, where you can buy digital packs for e-sim cards, avoiding the hassle of sourcing local physical sim cards and extra roaming charges anywhere you go.
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