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DeiĆ 

Deià lies on the North-West coast of Mallorca, about a half-hour drive from Palma and the international airport. The municipality covers an area of about 15 square kilometres (6 square miles). The permanent population is of some 650 people, but this number is always augmented by a contsant stream of visitors. The village celebrates the fiesta of its patron, St John the Baptist on June 24th.
The village is built on a hill in the middle of a valley in the 'Serra de Tramuntana' mountain range. Rising above the valley is the Teix, (pronounced 'tesh') at 1062 M. (3484 ft.) the second highest mountain on Mallorca. The whole of the Serra de Tramuntana is covered by a network of paths and ancient mule tracks, thus making the area an ideal place for a walking holiday outside of the main summer season.
Deià boasts, apart from its incredible surroundings, a small but excellent Archaelogical Museum, the museum/homage to the painter Norman Yanikun, the churches Parroquial Museum, and the 'Museu de Son Marroig' just up the coast. For classical music lovers there is the renouned 'Festival Internacional de Deià'.

 

Deià lies on the North-West coast of Mallorca, about a half-hour drive from Palma and the international airport. The municipality covers an area of about 15 square kilometres (6 square miles). The permanent population is of some 650 people, but this number is always augmented by a contsant stream of visitors. The village celebrates the fiesta of its patron, St John the Baptist on June 24th.

The village is built on a hill in the middle of a valley in the 'Serra de Tramuntana' mountain range. Rising above the valley is the Teix, (pronounced 'tesh') at 1062 M. (3484 ft.) the second highest mountain on Mallorca. The whole of the Serra de Tramuntana is covered by a network of paths and ancient mule tracks, thus making the area an ideal place for a walking holiday outside of the main summer season.

Deià boasts, apart from its incredible surroundings, a small but excellent Archaelogical Museum, the museum/homage to the painter Norman Yanikun, the churches Parroquial Museum, and the 'Museu de Son Marroig' just up the coast. For classical music lovers there is the renouned 'Festival Internacional de Deià'.