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Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
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1 - 10 of 109 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago

Cala Deia is the rocky inlet that serves as a 'beach' for the town of Deia (a gorgeous medieval town nestled in the Tramontana mountains near the coast). It's a 45 minute hike down to the beach from town, or you can drive down to...More

Thank Natasha B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Struggled to swim with the kids as sea was full of stinging jellyfish. Several people stung in short space of time. Disappointing as its very beautiful and well worth a look

1  Thank Ruby O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very disappointing. In theory this cove sounds idyllic and a great spot to sit and relax to soak up the Mallorcan sun. In reality this is an overcrowded dirty tourist spot. There's nowhere to sit, there's litter everywhere, the shallow water is dirty and the...More

2  Thank DanielleMcArdle
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Come early to this rock beach and bring a something comfortable to sit on because it gets very crowded and there's no sand to be seen. However, this beach is crowded for good reason... gentle turquoise waters fill this cove surrounded by rocky cliffs and...More

Thank TracyinSuburbia
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The beach itself is about 100m wide. Next to a town in High Season, no one can be surprised that it gets incredibly busy. Literally teeming by 11.00 am and heaving by mid-afternoon. The view from the beach is absolutely lovely and the snorkelling is...More

Thank Adrian L
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Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

What a picturesque little cove. Absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Rocky beach with cute little restaurant at the end. Known from "night manager" where Roper's kid was almost taken.

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Reviewed 9 July 2017

We drove from Port de Soller and down to Cala Deia and parked in the newly arranged car park down by the beach. Not expensive and plenty of space as we arrived around 10 am. Good water for swimming an snorkeling but only a cobble...More

Thank Maria L
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

A good drive down a windy steepish road brings you to some pay and display car parking. We went early morning after an overnight storm so we're the only ones there but can imagine that in a god day parking is difficult - I am...More

Thank Louise1110
Reviewed 27 June 2017

I loved this place..!!! Me and my friends to run away from the city, we drave to Cala Deja and we felt like in paradise...An amazing sea

Thank tamara f
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

It goes without saying this was a really beautiful spot.... however, it's extraordinarily crowded and you have to sit on lots of stones. It isn't a sandy type cove so if that's your thing don't bother. We could see a nice restaurant/cafe there but it...More

Thank Sarah N
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