Deia : Accommodation Only
Perched on a hillside in north-western Majorca, picture-postcard Deia is ideal for getting away from it all. Far from bustling resorts, this enchanting village sets out its stone houses and cobbled streets against a breathtaking backdrop of Mediterranean vistas and lush, olive-cloaked slopes.
Best-known as the home and burial place of poet Robert Graves, the village is frequented by artists and offers numerous fine restaurants where you can linger over authentic Majorcan home-cooking and tasty tapas. You'll find a cluster of shops and bars to enjoy and a short drive down the hill brings you to a beautiful pebbly cove, complete with two restaurants, which is perfect for tranquil swimming and sunbathing.
Deia is well situated for exploring the eastern coastline by foot and close by, the charming towns of Soller and Valldemossa make fascinating excursions.