01Cala
Deià

A legendary cove surrounded by medium-high cliffs with very clean, clear waters. The beach of coarse sand and pebbles is extremely busy in summer, with a host of famous faces providing a touch of glamour. On the edges there is a small slipway and old escars or fishermen’s huts. Land and immerse yourself in the Cosmopolitan atmosphere one breathes here and, with an advance reservation, have lunch or dinner in the Cas Patró March restaurant, a wood and stone kiosk integrated into the landscape. Afterwards, you can stroll along the coast as far as Torre de Sa Pedrissa, a twenty-minute walk that culminates with wonderful views of this stretch of the coast. If you wish to visit Deià, an unmissable outing, call a taxi to cover the 6 km that separate it from the cove.

  • Further information

    Taxi
    T. +34 619 096 275 | taxi-deia.com

  • Location

    • Recommended anchorage
    • S, SE, E
    • 39°45'37.88"N - 2°38'26.83"E
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02Cas Patró March

A splendid terrace refreshed by the sea breeze, overlooking the fishermen’s houses of Cala Deià. A magical place surrounded by sea and mountain. As is to be expected, fresh fish specialities are the order of the day. The restaurant only opens from May to October, from 12:30 pm to 8 pm. During the busier summer months of July and August, service is extended from 12.30 pm to 10 pm.

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03Es Racó d’Es Teix

Restaurant with a Michelin star, located in the charming village of Deià. The German owner and chef Josef Sauerschell knows how to combine the best ingredients with the finest culinary art. Try his classic dishes like the rack of lamb with olive crust, the Mediterranean fish soup or the whole sea bass with wild fennel. There is also a taster menu matched with wines.

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