Cala Deia is a very beautiful small shingle beach with clear waters and rock pools. It's one of the few beaches on the west coast of Mallorca, but don't expect miles of golden sand - it's far more rugged here and you'll need to bring a chair or a lilo to lie on!
There are a number of terraces which are popular with artists as they set up their easels for a day of painting. The sea is wonderfully clear and inviting and perfect to cool off in on a hot summer's day. The beach is served by two excellent Majorcan restaurants where you can sit and enjoy the spectacular surroundings.
There are no facilities here - no sun loungers, showers or lifeguards.
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Venue Style: Beach
Activities: Hiking / Walking | Nature | Snorkelling | Swimming