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Deyá


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  • Cala Deyá cove

This is a town of traditional Majorcan houses with attractive views over the Mediterranean Sea, set in a steeply sloping landscape of green forests and olive groves between the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains and the sea.Read more...

What to see The town centre has an abundance of houses in the traditional architectural style of Majorca. We suggest visiting the parish church and the cemetery, which is also a splendid observation point over the valley. You'll also have good views from the gardens of Son Marroig, where you'll find some particularly romantic spots. The coast of Deya is dotted with small coves bathed by with crystal clear waters, of which the best known is Cala de Deià. Excursions Deya is very near other tourist destinations on the island such as Sóller, Puerto de Sóller and Valldemosa. There are also a number of hiking routes through the Sierra de Tramuntana, an area with the UNESCO World Heritage designation. Gastronomy We recommend dishes such as 'tumbet' (vegetable casserole), rice dishes with fish, 'pa amb oli' (a slice of rustic bread with tomato and olive oil), and of course the island's typical products such as 'sobrasada' (a spicy sausage pâté) and 'ensaimada' (pastry).


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Deyá


Deyá


Deyá


Deyá