cala Deia Beach between soller and valldemossa
Deia lies between Soller and Valldemossa on the rugged north west coast of Mallorca.
Deia is seen by many as being the cultural centre of Majorca., here you are more likely to find musuems and art galleries then bars and discos It has a well established reputation as being a magnet for artists, poets ,writers, musicians and celebrities for example: Robert Graves,Mati Klarwijn,the late princess Diana and the musician Tony Payne.
Worthwile to visit is the very attractive and charming cala de deia. There is a small road, just after you left Deia direction Soller , which will bring you to the beach. Here you can swim, lay on the pebble beach or have a meal in one of the restaurants , which offer plenty of fresh fish.
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