Deia, sometimes known as Deya, is an ancient, stunningly beautiful village on the northwest coast of Mallorca.
If you’re looking for a holiday villa or apartment to rent in Deia (Mallorca), then the team at Balearic Villas have all the local knowledge, and fantastic properties, you could ever need. They will carefully select your luxury villa to perfectly match your holiday requirements.
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Luxury villa rentals in Deia, Mallorca
For many years, Deia has attracted writers, artists and musicians from all over Europe looking for a special place in which to get the creative juices following. It is widely regarded as being the cultural centre of Mallorca.
At Balearic-villas.com we have a superb choice of holiday villas, traditional townhouses and apartments available to rent here in Deia at a wide range of prices.
So whether you’re looking to rent a fabulous holiday villa for family and friends, a beautiful old townhouse for the atmosphere, or simply a cosy apartment for a romantic getaway, we at Balearic Villas would be happy to help you find your dream holiday rental property in Deia.
Here’s a guide to some of the sights and sounds of Deia to help you make the most of your dream holiday in this delightful village where the pace of life is pretty chilled.
Archaeological Museum – located in Deia’s converted old mill, the museum is one of the oldest buildings in the village. It mainly features prehistoric items found in local caves and sites.
Parish Church – Deia also has its pretty parish church, and from the church graveyard where Poet Robert Graves is buried, you can enjoy breath-taking views over the mountains and coastline.
Museu Parroquial – found at Deia parish church, this small museum houses an interesting collection of bric-a-brac.
Ca n’Alluny – The Deia home of the acclaimed poet and author Robert Graves author of ‘I Claudius’. Restored to its original 1940s appearance, Graves created most of his best work here.
Miramar Monastery and Museum – monastery founded in 1276 by King Jaime II. This beautiful building opens up to the public every Tuesday to Sunday.
Deia International Music Festival – This summertime classical music extravaganza Deia brings in visitors from far and wide.
Cala Deia – The signposted walk down through the tranquil lemon groves to Cala Deia, a pretty shingle beach backed by jagged cliffs, is an absolute delight and a wonderful place to go for a swim.
Lemons galore – Deia is lemon country. Sampling the local freshly squeezed lemon juice and lemon-flavoured cakes and pastries is an absolute must!
Tramuntana Mountains – perhaps the most scenic part of Mallorca, the Tramuntana mountain range is just behind Deia and stretches the length of north western coast. Perfect hiking country.
Quality restaurants – Deia is a foodies’ paradise. You’ll find a fine selection of classy eateries in the village which attract an international clientele.
Son Marroig – just outside Deia this splendid country mansion is situated high up overlooking the coastline. The house and gardens are an absolute delight and the views breath taking.
Your perfect holiday accommodation in Deia
Deia is the perfect place to spend a wonderful holiday in a rented villa, townhouse or apartment, particularly if you enjoy the quiet life and enjoy villages with an artistic vibe about them.
Splendidly located on terraced slopes that rise up from the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean, the impressive backdrop of the Teix Mountain gives Deia an almost mystical appeal.
As soon as you arrive here, you will marvel at the ancient charm of the place. Petite, pretty and restful, it’s no exaggeration to say that Deia is one of the most desirable places to rent holiday accommodation in the whole of Mallorca. Particularly if you like walking, cycling or just exploring the flora and fauna of this delightful part of the island.
So whether it’s a cool, contemporary villa, a traditional Deia townhouse or a cosy, modern apartment overlooking the Tramuntana Mountains, we have a variety of rental accommodation options for you to choose from. You are sure to find your ideal holiday home from home here at a good value price.
You’ve arrived in the beautiful Mallorcan village of Deia late in the afternoon and the sun is shining. You unpack, take a quick look around your rented holiday accommodation, and it’s time to relax after your journey. So you gather friends and family round and share a few tasty nibbles in the pretty garden overlooking the mountains. After a pleasant siesta, it’s time to explore the sights and sounds of this historic village. As the sun sinks below the horizon, you take a stroll into the centre for a café con leche. Feeling a little peckish, you settle on one of the delightful gourmet restaurants to be found in Deia. After a tasty meal and a post-prandial digestif you drop into one of the bars to wind down a little and soak up the arty atmosphere. But it’s been a long day so you choose to return to your delightful Deia holiday home for an early night, because in the morning, you’ve got that fabulous walk down through the lemon groves to the pretty cove beach to look forward to.
How to get to Deia
Even though Deia lies in a delightful tranquil part of Mallorca, it is conveniently connected by the main coastal highway to the capital of Palma.
Approximately 22 miles north west of the capital Palma and Son Sant Joan International Airport, the drive to Deia along the winding Ma-10 road is one of the most delightful in Mallorca and offers some lovely views.
Fairly frequent buses also connect Deia with Palma, Soller, Puerto Soller and Valledemossa.
One thing’s for sure, as soon as you arrive at your holiday rental accommodation in Deia you’ll immediately want to explore this delightful village, the surrounding countryside and the stunning small cove beach.
So whether you’re looking to rent a fabulous holiday villa for family and friends, a traditional stone townhouse, or a chic, contemporary apartment for a well-earned romantic break, we at Balearic Villas would be happy to help you find your dream rental property in the beautiful Mallorcan village of Deia.
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