This small village in Serra de Tramuntana is located between terraces from the Arab period, around a hill crowned by the most beautiful cemetery in the Mediterranean. It is a village with a soul and has a marked rural charm that combines the glamour of its past with its artistic and intellectual present.
This area was originally related to the mountain agricultural activity. However, today, it has become the residence of famous figures, whose houses are amongst the priciest ones in Mallorca.
Over the 20th century, Deià seduced many artists, writers and musicians.
The English poet Robert Graves died in this enclave in 1985, where he lived for over 50 years.
In Deià you can find excellent hotels, as well as very good restaurants, bars and cafés where you can play chess with the local master or simply have a drink while you hear the birds sing or the roar of a rock band.
Next to the church there is the Parish Museum, which exhibits an interesting collection of religious utensils, icons and old coins. The Archaeological Museum and the Research Centre show relics found in the area of Valldemossa.
Deià’s cove houses the most beautiful, accessible and wonderful littoral that you can find on the steep northern coast. Bus lines connect daily this population centre with Palma.
Some other must-sees in this area include the hotels of Es Molí and La Residencia and the coves of Deià and Llucalcari.
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Recorded in the Executive Office Deposit Statute of Professional Associations of the Balearic Islands, dated September 1977.