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Traditional Village Shop

Family run, friendly & fully stocked. What a treat for people on self catering holidays & of... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2018
Hooray H
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London, United Kingdom
Es Form Deia Village shop

This is the shop of the village to go, makes a big difference of supermerkat, friendly service... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2017
Manuela L
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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17 Feb 2018
“Traditional Village Shop”
2 Jul 2017
“Es Form Deia Village shop”
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Deia High Street, Deia, Majorca, Spain
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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Family run, friendly & fully stocked. What a treat for people on self catering holidays & of course, residents. Some fresh local food. Good selection of wine. Lots of locally made treats. Parking nearby.

Thank Hooray H
Reviewed 3 July 2017

This is the shop of the village to go, makes a big difference of supermerkat, friendly service, fresh fruits, lall products from the region, locals like it and foreigns too. Ideal to shop there if you are in a rental location.

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

Local village shop, there is competition up the street but no contest. They happily serve the locals with a great range of everything. They bake bread, make cakes, pizza, frozen foods, sausages, sell fruit and squeeze fresh orange juice. They recognise that they have a...More

Thank poggy11
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Try, to get to see Deia this magnificent ancient village. Also, visit the tiny church and the see the grave yard , many of them writers, actors and other celebs that have lived and retired in this piece of heaven on earth. The Shops are...More

1  Thank Chez J
Reviewed 12 September 2016

We were only visiting Deia for a few hours and as we had some time to kill before our our bus to Valldemossa arrived we were in and out of most of the small shops in the centre of the village. We were amazed at...More

Thank Brucestewart
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Need a really good convenience store, this is the one. Lovely family too. Well worth using for all your needs. Bit of an Aladdin's cave.

Thank RobertBell23
Reviewed 14 October 2015

Wonderful mountain drive and then walk around Deia. Richard Branson owns one of the hotels in Deia. We also coupled this with a trip to the village of Valdermossa in the mountains and spent several hours walking around and visiting the former monestry.

1  Thank Gary S
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Everything a village shop should be: well stocked, plenty of local produce, friendly, helpful with advice and a bit expensive. They recognise me from a few visits a year. Try the sabrosada (even if I can't spell it) -it looks dodgy but taste great. You...More

Thank 135alanb
Reviewed 2 November 2014

A sandwich almost slapped me! A culinary slap of course. The best bread on the island (as good Frenchy I'm good "connoisseur" of bon pain), particularly the " pain de campagne" or similar, the "pétrifié" by hand (with very high quality flour), excellent cured ham,...More

1  Thank Bruno d
Reviewed 19 September 2014

We have been going to Deia for some years, a week only in September. This year, the oldest son said " Hi, nice to see you back", what a memory for faces.. This shop is family run and most importantly it bakes its own bread...More

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