Why You Should Stay in Deia Villas
Over the years, Deia has attracted countless creatives such as writers, musicians and artists. Perhaps it’s the destination’s rich landscapes, top-notch dining venues, cultural attraction, vibrant arts and music scene—or perhaps, its indescribable charm.
Villas in Deia
Your Deia villa
is ideally located—it feels remote and secluded, yet places you within reach to a wide array of attractions and amenities. The grounds are vast and beautifully landscaped: there’s a garden with meandering paths, a sparkling pool surrounded by sun loungers and a breezy terrace with views out to the ocean.
Enjoy a wide range of amenities at your villa in Deia. There’s a fully equipped kitchen, barbecue pit, private pool and cleaning service. You can also opt for airport transfers, hire a private chef or have your villa pre-stocked before your arrival.
Travelling with kids
? No problem—just let your Deia villa manager know, and amenities like a cot, high chair and childminding services can be provided at additional cost.
A visit to La Casa de Robert Graves
offers a glimpse into the life of the renowned poet, lecturer and novelist, or learn about the life of the Archduke Luis Salvador by taking a tour of the Son Marroig House Museum
Up for an adventure? Sign up for a cycling tour
, or an adventure tour
that involves canyoning, rock climbing or mountain biking. If you’re undecided or need more information, reach out to your Deia villa manager for help with planning your travel itinerary.
All that sightseeing will work up an appetite, and thankfully, you’re spoilt for choices when it comes to dining in Deia.
You could engage a chef for a private dining experience at your Deia villa, or step out to venues like Restaurant Nama, S'Hortet and Restaurante Sebastián
. After dinner, head over to Sa Fonda
, a cafe-cum-bar with live music and parties that take place late into the night.