One of the most famous villages on Majorca

Situated on the north western coast of Majorca, Deya is one of the most famous villages in Majorca and is home to an array of international writers, musicians and actors.

Deya Deals

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Es Moli Deya Hotel

Deya, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

(617)

7 Nights

29th Aug 2020

Bed and Breakfast

Stansted - Direct

Based On Annexe Twin Room

Head down to the coast to cool off

Late deals to Deya combine calm and relaxation with culture and natural beauty, the stone buildings are a typical example of Majorcan architecture and, huddling as they do beneath steep hillsides, conjure up an idyllic scene. Cobbled lanes add to the village’s rustic charm and are well worth exploring before heading down to the coast to cool off in the warm waters of the Mediterranean.


Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Location

Map showing the location of Deya View Deya on the map

Enjoy beautiful, scenic walks

Deya holidays with its rugged and mountainous coastline makes for an impressive backdrop to a day by the sea. Take a walk along the shoreline before plunging into the turquoise sea of the Mediterranean or find a relaxing spot in the midst of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. There are plenty throughout the area and on foot is definitely the best way to take in the majesty of the scenery.

You can also take the steep thirty minute walk up to Deya village from the coast, where you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of eating and drinking with bars and restaurants lining the cobbled streets, offering the best in local food and ambiance as well as upmarket options. Book last minute holidays and cheap deals to Deya at Latedeals.co.uk.

Places to Visit

Walking

– The scenery in this part of Majorca is simply breathtaking. Follow coastal paths or head inland, either way you will be greeted with beautiful views over the sea or countryside. Some walks are harder than others so its worth taking advice from locals or using a guide to get the most out of walking in Majorca.