Between the sea and the sky, studded with olive trees and orange groves and snuggled against the Sierra Tramuntana, UNESCO World Heritage Site, lies Deià: a unique village in the heart of the Island of Mallorca, home to artisans, fishermen, poets and artists whose timeless presence forms part of the magic of its luminous landscape.

Deià imprints a singular character. The distinct aroma of its natural habitat envelopes the beauty of this village, internationally renowned thanks to its illustrious visitors. The immortal British poet Robert Graves resided in Deià for many years and his tomb now rests in the local cemetery. Composers, artists and Hollywood actors have fallen in love with this enigmatic place. Its aura captures those who stroll among its streets discovering for themselves the bohemian and cosmopolitan character of every nook and cranny.
To live in Deiá, bathe in its deep-blue coves and savour the produce of its fertile soil is an extraordinary experience. A pioneer in sustainability, this Mallorcan village is an environmental reference. Its inhabitants have had the foresight to protect its natural resources and bio-diversity, and this collective, deeply-rooted environmental awareness forms part of day-by-day life, in a village that has adopted as its own the natural jewel that is Deià, one of the most stunning places in the Mediterranean.
The cosmopolitan spirit of Deià invites us to appropriate its popular culture and become part of long-held traditions. Its village celebrations and artistic festivals reflect the idyosincracies of a site steeped in culture and tradition, whose inhabitants, be they local or foreign, vibrate in harmony with the beat of this privileged region.