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Deya Beach With Restaurant And Anchored Yachts
Mallorca

This is the popular stone beach of Deya, just a few kilometers from the artist village of deya which is situated between soller and valldemossa. In the beginning of 1900 the first artist and writers began to arrive. At present more then half of the approximate residents are foreigners. The most famous of all is probably the writer and poet Robert Graves.

Copyright: Jan Dolk
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Uploaded: 21/08/2009
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Tags: deya; beach; yachting; artists; bob geldof
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