Deia & Cala Deia

Deia is a small village on the island of Mallorca. The small coastal village is located in the Serra de Tramuntana, Mallorca’s mountains. Deja is known for its musical and literary residents – but also for its beauty. It is located about 16 kilometers from Valldemossa and according to me, one of the most idyllic places on the whole island of Mallorca. Deia has gorgeous landscapes filled with orange trees, olive groves and cliffs.

Deia

Deia to Cala Deia

Last week I went to Deia, we took the car from Palma de Mallorca and drove past Soller into Deia, the drive takes about 45 minutes if you go over the Tramuntana mountains. If you take the new road it goes a lot faster, but it’s not nearly as beautiful – so I prefer the longer way every time.

When arriving in Deia, make sure to walk up to the church on the top of the village, the church itself is beautiful and the views from up there are amazing!

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Deia is filled with great restaurants and beautiful hotels (adlink). The well know restaurant El Olivo is the restaurant of the hotel La Recidencia. You can see it on the picture above.

We then took the small hike from Deia to Cala Deia, it takes about 30 minutes to walk down to the water. Well down there is the gorgeous little restaurant Ca’s Patro March – you might have seen in in the Night Manager – great series if you haven’t seen it. Unfortunately the restaurant is closed this time of year, but the hike was well worth it anyway! I’ll be back in the Summer!

When you've arrived to the water - the hike is about 30 minutes through the woods and down the mountains, It's not hard but a little downhill, you'll arrive to the gorgeous seafood restaurant Ca's Patro March. You might recognize it from the Night Manager (picture from http://sweatpantsandcoffee.com).
When you’ve arrived to the water – the hike is about 30 minutes through the woods and down the mountains, It’s not hard but a little downhill, you’ll arrive to the gorgeous seafood restaurant Ca’s Patro March. You might recognize it from the Night Manager (picture from http://sweatpantsandcoffee.com).

west coast

On our way back to Palma we drove along the west coast all the way – I can just say one thing – DO IT!

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