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There is a small bay with shallow water flanked by two high rock faces. The beach is rocky. If you want to be in the middle of a small vibrant place with children splashing in the water and local families having fun, then this is...More
This place is stunning. It is a very rocky beach surrounded by small cliffs and rocky hills. Accessing it requires a very long walk or driving down what is essentially a lane wide enough for one car (you can get by oncoming traffic in most...More
Dont be tricked with photoshoped pictures which are cropped. There are much more enjoyable beaches in Mallorca with easier entrance to the water and comfortable place to lie on the beach. Oh, and you have to pay a parking fee next to the "beach". 👎
This place is worth visiting. We walked from Deià (about 2 km) and experienced exquisite sceneries. The beach was crowded and it isnt the place where you would like to spend whole day but you will remember it.
So, if you want to get to the Sea on the mountain side of the Island, this is one choice. We hiked down 30 minutes from the Village of Deia; nice, easy hike with a couple of fences to climb. The beach area itself has...More
Look, it's one of those different places to visit. Crazy road down, great fun, great lagoon to swim in and serviced by a ridiculously priced fish restaurant and a more normal restaurant. However its a great experience and day out. Most definitely worth a visit....More
I visited on a cool day in March and walked down on the well marked trail, café was in process of being refurbished and not open. A lovely spot when tourists had disappeared and would imagine its very busy in high season.
I wasn't particularly taken with Cala Deia, but I suppose we did go in full tourist season. The sea has quite an unpleasant smell of sulphur (why is that? I must look it up), and the 'beach' is very rocky and it's not easy to...More