Narrow cobbled streets wind up to an historic church. Art galleries, museums and tiny shops mingle with the many restaurants and openair bars. Classical music recitals and art exhibitions are frequently staged. Without doubt, Deià is a perfect choice for a restful holiday in lovely surroundings. No wonder it has become world famous.
Es Moli ☆☆☆☆
This renowned hotel is superbly located between the mountains and the sea. A half-mile stroll from the village, it is an oasis of calm much treasured by numerous guests who return again and again to enjoy the peace, seclusion and memorable views. There is a tennis court and a large heated swimming pool fed by a mountain stream. There is plenty of space to relax and unwind around the pretty gardens or on one of the sun terraces. In addition, there is a fitness room, hairdresser, boutique and massage service.
There are spacious lounges and a cocktail bar lounge. The attractive dining room has an outdoor terrace in summertime and serves a three course dinner with many choices on a daily changing menu. There is also a poolside bar serving light lunches and snacks.
There is a fortnightly cocktail reception, classical music during dinner and a live music performance twice a week. The adjacent Restaurant C'an Quet (open May to September) is owned by the hotel and is well known for its regional and gourmet cuisine.
The hotel operates a courtesy shuttle service to a private rocky cove a few miles away with terraces cascading down to the sea where guests can swim and snorkel. The journey takes about twenty minutes and there is an on site drinks and snack service.