What to see in Deià?


Deià is one of the most charming corners of Mallorca thanks to its bohemian and picturesque image. The town is at the foot of a slope, with houses agglomerated and giving a stunning view of the Mediterranean.

This paradise combines its natural beauty and social harmony with other earthly pleasures. This beautiful town has not gone unnoticed by artists, writers and creatives who have decided to stay in Deià and look for its source of inspiration there. We suggest you discover the archaeological museum, the parish museum or the municipal cemetery that is behind the church.


Guided Tour Deià

His first mentions date from the 17th century. There are the tombs of the different personalities and artists who have died in Deià, such as those of the English writer and poet Robert Graves.
A visit to the Archaeological Museum of Deià is like travelling to the origins of modern archaeology in Mallorca and discovering the beginnings of the occupation of Mallorca. There are remains from the archaeological sites that William Waldren excavated from the late 1950s onwards when he came to the island from the USA.

Another option is to go to the Torre de Sa Pedrissa. It is an old watchtower built to defend the coastline against the attacks of Berber and Ottoman pirates. From the tower, we can see an unusual view of Na Foradada. To access the Tower we must deviate to the left before reaching the cove, later we arrive at urbanisation until you reach a barrier. On the right bank, there is a path that leads us in 10 minutes to the tower.


We work with small groups of maximum 15 people.


An exclusive walking tour for you, your family, friends and/or couple.


All our official guides are from Mallorca.


Whenever , wherever and how you want.

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