Deia has been chosen as a place of residence for numerous writers, musicians and artists. Most famous of them Robert Graves, English poet and author, who settled there and was inspired by Deia to write his most famous book: “Yo, Claudio”. His house can be visited and his furniture, personal memories, photo books of literary are still preserved, and it is also a good example of what the typical Majorcan houses look like.
Walk along the streets of Deia you will feel the bohemian vibe. The art is everywhere! It’s a peaceful village and excellent restaurants, one with a Michelin star! For a small village there is such a good choice of restaurants. Deià is a foodie heave as well as an artistic one.
Only 3km from the village is a small pebble beach with the clear green-blue water, called Cala Deià. It’s a peaceful place surrounded by mountains, stone houses and good food! The beach is served by 2 excellent fish restaurants. The most popular activity: swimming, snorkeling and diving! You might bring all equipment with you as this place has not any rental shop, no sunbeds, no sun umbrella. Simply-paradise! You will find there a number of terraces, popular with artists, for a day of painting. For you a good choice to rest and listen to the sounds of the sea.