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Cala Deià

Cala Deià is situated at 10 kilometres from Sóller, between Punta de Son Beltran and sa Pedrissa, where a defence tower against the pirate attacks is located. The impressive mountains of es Teix (1064 metres high) and el Caragolí are also situated next to Deià.
This beautiful sea inlet, surrounded by medium-high cliffs, with scrubland and pine wood, finishes on a semicircular beach where a torrent flows into the sea and there are some fantastic terraces.

The beach has coarse-grained sand and gravel and a quite steep slope. On the sides there are a small jetty, escars and some restaurants, very well known for their rice and fish-based dishes. In the summer it is normal to see internationally famous people.

The marine and underwater conditions are not safe for anchoring boats because of the strong wind that blows from the northwest-north-northeast it is a dangerous area. next to the beach there is a rock under the water at a depth of three metres and the sandy and rocky ground is insecure. If you want to anchor you are recommended to do it by daylight and in front of the jetty, on a ground of sand and gravel, with a depth of four metres. At 3,7 nautical miles there is Port de Sóller.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. In the surroundings there is a parking area which is always crowded. You are recommended to walk down the last kilometre on the road or on the stony tracks dels Ribassos and de sa Vinyeta.

Not far from the idyllic mallorquin village of Deià we find this small cove. Some 200 metres from the beach there is a car park from which one has to walk the rest of the way.

With a length of 75 metres it is one of the most beautiful coves on the island.

Cala Deia is a very beautiful small shingle beach with clear waters and rock pools. It's one of the few beaches on the west coast of Mallorca, but don't expect miles of golden sand - it's far more rugged here and you'll need to bring a chair or a lilo to lie on!.
The sea is wonderfully clear and inviting and perfect to cool off in on a hot summer's day.

The beach is served by two excellent Majorcan restaurants where you can sit and enjoy the spectacular surroundings. It's also a popular place for artists to set up their easels. You can drive down (sign-posted Cala Deia, on the outskirts of the town heading towards Soller) but pay parking is quite limited and you might be better to leave your car in the village and take the walk down the perfectly maintained path to the beach (note it is a steep hill so be prepared for the return journey!).


Lovely villa situated in an exclusive residential area Cala Deia on the sea front with spectacular sea views and direct access to the beach of stones,


Property type: Villa

Room details


3 bedrooms, sleeps 8

Bedroom 1: 1 Double bed
Bedroom 2: 1 Double bed
Bedroom 3: 2 Single beds

Additional beds:
1 cot
Room for 8 in the dining area
Room for 6 in the living area
2 bathrooms

Indoor facilities

Entertainment and IT:
CD player
DVD/Blu-ray player
TV Languages in Local
Heating and air con:
Air conditioning
Open fire
Clothes drier
Iron / board
Pots / pans
Towels / linen
Washing machine

Outdoor facilities

Balcony or terrace
Outside lighting
Private garden
Sea view


Suitable for

Sports and activities

Boat Hire
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Scuba Diving
Sports Center
Water Skiing
Wind Surfing

Sights and attractions

Historic Site

Prices and availability

Last updated 08.03.2015

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Changeover days and minimum stays
Arrival date range Minimum stay (nights)
1st January 2015 to 9th January 2016 7

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Optional extras
Description Arrival dates Booking length or occupancy Price
air conditioning cold and hot All year hour

Paid locally

jacuzzi hot water consumption All year N/A £36.12 per week

Paid with booking

heating 1st January to 31st January hour

Paid locally

heating 1st February to 28th February hour

Paid locally

heating 1st March to 31st March hour

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heating 1st April to 30th April hour

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heating 1st May to 31st May hour

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heating 1st October to 31st October hour

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heating 1st November to 30th November hour

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heating 1st December to 31st December hour

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This is the general location (within 1km of the property)

  • Nearest bar: 0.2km
  • Nearest restaurant: 200m
  • Nearest supermarket: 3km
  • golf: 20km
  • supermarket: 10km


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1 out of 1 people recommend staying here
We have overwhelmingly favourable memories of our recent stay in this villa. It is in a wonderful position and the views from this property are fantastic. The scenery surrounding the villa is wonderful - rocky, pine-covered hills by a deep blue sea. By way of a minor warning (this is something we had not appreciated fully before arriving), if you wish to do anything more than remain in the villa or go to the beach (a couple of minutes down a path), and unless you are supremely fit, you will find yourself getting in the car to do anything else. Simply to reach the main road and Deia (where parking at peak times is difficult) requires a drive up a steep winding metalled road lasting up to 10 minutes (though you get used to it). The walk up the hill might take at least 30 minutes up and less back down. Once at the main road, Soller (and thence to Port de Soller) and Valldemossa are at least 20-30 minutes drive in each direction along winding and often narrow roads (and if you get stuck behind a bus or slow driver, it can take longer). The old town of Palma is at least 45 minutes away by car. I quite enjoyed the driving, given the scenery and plenty of bends, but it is tiring. Parking at the villa is a challenge, as it requires at least a three or five-point turn to park, and at least the same to get out again, given the narrowness of the access road alongside the villas parking space (again, you get used to it). Minor gripes about the interior quality of the villa (which was generally high) are as follows. The double bed mattress in the lower part of the villa dipped in the middle, causing us to have to swap to the other in the upper part of the villa (which was not much more comfortable despite being flat - but that is often the case in holiday villas). Despite initially stating that the villa had a DVD (i.e. player), it did not. Repeated calls to the owners representative were necessary before one arrived, which we had to set up ourselves (and being of the dual karaoke-DVD use variety, that proved not uncomplicated). The villa does not have an oven, though it has an electric hob and an adequate barbecue. The satellite TV enjoys a plethora of German channels and very few English language channels, so far as we could tell. The lounger beds do not recline but are fixed in the horizontal position. The sliding white security shutters on the glass doors do not lock on one side of the villa. In high season (we went afterwards, in early September 2009) if the neighbouring villas are occupied, then you may also feel a bit too close to your neighbours as on the left of the villa as you look out to sea, there is another patio separated from yours only by a waist-high screen.


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