A secluded beach
Holidays to Majorca are all about sandy beaches, and Deya is blessed with one of the most beautiful beaches in Majorca. Framed on both sides by towering cliff faces, the beach is ideal for families, couples, groups and individuals alike. Although very small, the strip is always clean and never too busy. The slowly deepening waters make it perfect for little ‘uns who want to splash around in the shallows.
For those who really want to take it easy, the secluded beach is a coved paradise, complete with opportunities to jump off the cliffs and into the deep blue. The crystal clear waters make Deya’s beach top of the list for snorkelling, so you can gaze down to the ocean bed and be part of another world.
Eat traditional Deya cuisine
The Deya shoreline is predominantly used as a port for fishers, which means the village boasts some of the most incredible seafood available anywhere in Majorca. With a population of under 1,000, there’s more than enough to go around. They’re grilled to perfection and served so fresh that you’ll come to value Deya for its culinary culture as much as anything else.
Many agree that eating in Deya is a real treat. There are top-class and highly-acclaimed restaurants scattered all throughout the village, and people come from miles if not hundreds of miles around to taste the new creations that the local chefs are serving up. If you’re staying in Deya this year, you get the first taste.
An action-packed holiday
A safe-haven of rest and relaxation, that doesn’t mean you’ll be bored staying in Deya. History-lovers have a number of great antiquities to visit, many of which are kept in the Archaeological Museum nearby.
The local tennis club is open to the public if you fancy a game. If you want to get in touch with your wild side then you can take a trek into the surrounding wilderness with only your instincts to serve you.
The capital city of Majorca – Palma – is little over an hour away by bus, and even quicker by car. The public transport connection is good and can get you there and back, running until late evening. It is easy to get around by bus, and it helps keep the cost of care hire down. Cheap holidays to Majorca don’t have to rule out travelling far and wide across the island.
Once in Palma you’ve got the option to explore local markets to try your hand at haggling, explore the ancient ruins of this Moorish metropolis or go out all night and party at one of the world-renowned clubs.