Mijas Town Hall keep residents up to date with their closures and restrictions on the Costa del Sol

Closures and restrictions: Stay indoors unless absolutely necessary Credit: Mijas.es


Mijas Town Hall has announced their closures and restrictions for those in the area.

  1. All municipal activities organised by the council will be suspended. This includes sports, cultural, training activities in closed or open spaces which are considered group activities. Sports centres will be closed.
  2. All activities of the Popular University will be suspended in the three areas where it operates.
  3. The Pensioners Centres will be closed including the cafeterias and workshops delivered in these centres.
  4. The Street markets (Mercadillos) will be temporarily suspended throughout the municipality.
  5. Libraries and study centres will be closed.
  6. Application relating to Semana Santa will be suspended and a new date will be issued in due course.
  7. Closure of all terraces, in bars and restaurants, leisure and entertainment venues (National government has ordered the closure of the venues themselves)
  8. The use of beaches and the corresponding promenade, as well as any activities associated with these areas, is PROHIBITED
  9. Suspension of all face to face Public services in all municipal buildings. This will be substituted by telephone or other electronic means



Mijas Pueblo 952 06 20 02 Mon to Fri 09:00 to 14;00h

Las Lagunas 952 06 20 03   Mon to Fri 09:00 to 14;00h

La Cala 952 06 20 04 Mon to Fri 09:00 to 14;00h

Local Police 952 46 08 08 or 952 46 09 09 Emergency 24 hours

Local Police 952 19 70 97 Monday to Fri from 08.00 to 14:30h

Fire Brigade 952 58 63 82 (Emergency 24 hours)


A service will be set up to attend to the needs of the elderly population and people with special needs to help with the supply of medication or other items of primary need. This can be organised by telephone on 952 06 20 05 from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and a 24-hour contact number via the Local Police 952 46 08 08 or 952 46 09 09



Closure of hotel, restaurants and leisure establishments, public parks and beaches. Citizens should remain in their homes.

Closure of all schools and Universities


National Government

As of March 14, residents were asked to stay at home for 15 days unless they need to go to – buy food, buy other essentials, chemist, doctors, work (where they must maintain a distance of one metre from other colleagues), care for elderly, young and vulnerable, bank, insurance companies, get petrol or walk the dog.

The Spanish residents return here from abroad and British visitors can come here to their second home too but once here they must obey the same rules. In a few days, there will be a 50 per cent reduction in air travel/availability.

No schools and educational establishments will open but online and distance learning can continue.

Workers can go to another town/city if that’s where they work but must go straight there and straight back, no visiting friends there after work.

All Retailers will be closed except for – food, drinks, essentials, opticians, newsagents, gas suppliers, tobacconists, hairdressers, dry cleaners, IT equipment, telecoms, pet animal food, Internet businesses – ALL OTHERS WILL BE SUSPENDED.

No drinking, eating where food/drink bought in house, no museums, no libraries, no sports and hobby centres, no hotels and restaurants though they can do home delivery.

Religious and civil ceremonies can continue if they comply with a recommended distance of two metres between attendees.

All health workers, police, army, public and private bodies are at disposal of Sanidad Pública.


Spain is looking to mitigate and compensate those losses, albeit temporary, to companies, employees and self-employed which will be advised at a later date.

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