Narrow cobbled streets wind up to an historic church. Art galleries, museums and tiny shops mingle with the many restaurants and open-air 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.
belmond La Residencia ☆☆☆☆☆
This internationally renowned hotel is located at the edge of the village and is lovingly created from two adjacent manorial houses with later additions in similar style. It is elegantly furnished with antiques enhanced by a splendid display of contemporary art.
A Mediterranean buffet breakfast is served in Restaurant Son Fony, which overlooks the pool and enjoys lovely views of the mountains. The celebrated a la carte Restaurant El Olivo is a romantic and elegant setting for Mediterranean haute cuisine dining in the evening. Additional dining is available at Cafe Miro, which offers lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, including Mediterranean tapas - guests can also enjoy live music each evening. Informal daytime meals are available in the pool restaurant in summer. There are several lounges and outside terraces. There are two heated swimming pools with terraces and an outdoor Jacuzzi. In addition, there is a spa with an indoor pool, steam room, sauna, treatment rooms, a beauty salon, hairdresser and gym. There are two floodlit tennis courts with professional coach and pro-shop. There are also board games, two art galleries and a boutique. Belmond La Residencia is home to one of Spain's largest permanent sculpture gardens. The hotel operates a courtesy bus in summer months to a rocky sea bathing cove at nearby Cala Deia. In summer months, guests can also enjoy a complimentary two hour boat trip along the Mallorcan coastline.