Nestled just outside the picturesque mountain village of Deia, in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains in northwest Mallorca, you'll find Cala Deia. This small, cove beach stretches just about 70-meters and is primarily composed of small pebbles and large rocks. There are two restaurants on Cala Deia, both offering quality food including fish, paella, tapas and more. One of them is even a favourite haunt of visiting celebrities.
Cala Deia may not be the typical family beach due to its pebbly nature and occasional jellyfish sightings in peak summer months. However, it is well visited by locals and tourists, particularly Germans. There are no umbrellas or lounge chairs nor are there any water sports activities here. There are toilets and showers. Cala Deia is about an experience- coming to this rather secluded, though popular location for its charm, history and friendly, hippy vibe. There are often vendors selling tapestries, handmade jewellery and crafts.