Deyá Travel Guide

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Deyá Things to Do

  • Municipal cemetery, up in the hill

    Behind the church we can visit the municipal cemetery (17th century), a splendid viewpoint over the valley, where many distinguished figures who lived in this village have their final resting place...Among them, Robert Graves, the writer. He became enloved of this small peacefull town and was buried here.......enjoy the view in silence, respect the...

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  • Walk, walk, walk

    As usual in any of this small towns in Majorca. Walk a little bit inside the town to enjoy the majorcan architecture and discover some good spots where to take a pic or just seat for a while and relax

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  • Take a good look

    Dejá is a very old town. Nearby there is an archelogical site and here U see a small tribute to William Waldren, the first one to begin the excavations on Deyá and to find some discoverings.

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Deyá Hotels

Deyá Restaurants

  • Don`t miss the fresh seafood !

    One of the best restaurants I ever visited in Majorca is "C'an Quet" associated with the hotel "Es Moli",about 1 km before you reach Deija from Valdemossa,on the hillside at the right side of the street (Ctra. Valldemossa- Deia, s/n, 07179, tel +34 971 639 196)."Fresh Mediterranean cuisine, using products from the land. Dishes can be adapted for...

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  • Michellin star restaurant

    Beautifully prepared, but maybe a little too "safe" for some tastes. It cost about the same as the Raymond Blanc Restaurant in Manchester, England (Petit Blanc) but the flavours were not so impressive. Otherwise cooked to perfection.

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  • Interesting, tasty food and friendly...

    We were the only guests for about an hour or so but the waiter made us feel very comfortable and the music was just at the right level. The food was very interesting and full of flavour. The waiter recommended the lemon sorbet with vodka. It was stunning. The aperitif of curry sauce was the most unusual drink I've ever had!

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Deyá Transportation

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    by mindcrime Written Jun 1, 2012

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    Deya (or Deia) is located on Sierra de Tramuntana between Valldemossa and Soller, about 25km from Palma de Mallorca.

    We drove there from Valldmosa, the windy road is very scenic.

    Bus #210 from Palma goes there (in about 50’) passing by Valldemossa and ends up to Soller.

    Lot of people use the paths between those villages for (looong) hiking.

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Deyá Warnings and Dangers

  • by helzepops Written Jun 18, 2006

    As regular Deia vistors for many years we have stayed in the Son Canals area which offers a very good range of apartments and villas on the edge of the village - peaceful but within easy walking distance of the shops & restaurants.
    The infant school from which we used only to hear the sound of communal singing in the morning has now become a community centre whose activities in the space of 1 week included;
    - buffet & disco to 3.00 am
    - adult boules on 2 evenings
    - nightly use of playground by screaming children
    - nightly use of tennis courts by loud adolescents
    - Morning and afternoon 4x4 race to deposit or collect children.
    Building work also continues in the area.
    Deia is still lovely but not the peaceful setting it recently was.

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
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Deyá Off The Beaten Path

  • Born from the rocks..

    Some still live in very old houses. This one was carved right on the stones, no need to use bricks, just stone and some cement to put it all together.

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  • Coastline

    On my way to Deyá I saw this magnificent spot. I took some time here to enjoy the view and eat something to renew my energies.If U take a good view, U'll see a road in the border of this peninsula, heading to the end of it. Later a found how to get here but I was short of time, so next it will be, for sure!

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  • Great place to enjoy the coastline

    Climbing to Deja from Soller on my bike at stopped at this beatifull spot. Later, when I asked they told me that this is one of the most beautiful views of the Majorcan coastline. I recommended to stop at "En Son Marroig" to gaze over the edge of the cliff. Wonderfull view and great place to rest for a while.

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