Deia

Deià

Deià is a small coastal village in the Serra de Tramuntana on the northwest coast of Mallorca. It is one of the prettiest villages on the island. As one of the highest populated zones of the Serra de Tramuntana, Deià is part of a landscape awarded World Heritage Site status for the way in which nature, culture and traditions merge.
Deia has a blissful surroundings, impressive views of the blue sea and stunning mountains. Visitors will find a pleasurable eating and drinking experiences, with some enjoyable walks or hikes, and trips to Deià ’s small but very pretty cala.
The road through Deià is the main coast road and can be very busy, and parking in the village can be difficult during the summer. The small public car park is often full.
There are plenty interesting small boutiques, galleries and shops in the village, and plenty of places to eat and drink. In Deia you will find Michelin-starred Es Racó d’Es Teix restaurant. It’s worth taking time to stroll around, have a lunch or admire the sympathetically restored old stone houses in narrow alleys.