Deia Holiday Villa Rentals
Majorca holiday villa rentals are quite popular, especially in the area known as Deia or Deya. Located towards the northwest coast of Majorca, Deia is approximately 40 minutes drive from Palma and is known to be a tranquil and quite paradise. In fact Deia is probably the smallest and the most beautiful villages that Majorca has. The village, Deia is nestled between the Tramuntana mountains and is approximately 20 minutes away from the sea. The looks of the village is dominated by a hilltop church and the whole scenario makes this small village a haven for artists, especially that of the writers and poets. Deia is a perfect place to book a self-catering holiday villa in the island of Majorca where one can spend holidays, relax, explore idyllic locations or just watch the world go by.
Getting to Deia
There are about 25 UK airports from where flights land at the Palma Airport and from here one can take the Soller bus service to reach Deia. By taxi you can reach Deia within 30 to 35 minutes from the Palma Airport.
Self catering holiday villas are available in the in a wide range and in different rental rates. These accommodations can easily adjust 8 to 9 people in a single villa. Some of these villas are highly luxurious and gives visitors a chance to avail all facilities that were available within range.
There are plenty of bars and restaurants in Deia that serve Spanish specialties, tapas, pizzas and various other dishes of international cuisine. A couple of nice restaurants are available down towards the Deia's beach at La Cala. The specialty of this restaurant is various dishes made of freshly caught fish.
Walking for Pleasure
Deia is truly a paradise for walkers and clibers, especially for those who indulge in booking a holiday villa rental in Majorca during the months of January to April. The coastal road is too beautiful to be and taking some lovely walk on the road can be very mesmerizing. The coastal walk between Deia and Llucalcari is very much recommended.
Places to visit
Soller is an attractive town nearby and has a number of good shops and some good restaurants. The old medieval streets of the town are absolutely great to have leisure walks. The market is especially very lucrative on Saturday.
The archaeological Museum of Deia and also the research center of Deia that was founded by an American painter and archaeologist named William Waldren in their 1962 is based on a converted mill. The museum displays various items of interest that has been discovered from various local sites especially from Son Muleta Cave.
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