Costa Nord Deia
Deià is a small town on the balearic Islands in Spain. It is located on the northwest flank of the Serra de Tramuntana between Valldemossa, Sóller and Bunyola. It covers 5 km of coastline, and includes the points of Sa Foradada and Deià, the Cala de Deià and the small Cala de Llucalcari.
The town is built on a hill set in a valley in the Sierra de Tramuntana. The Teix, the second highest mountain in Majorca, rises above the valley.
The Sierra de Tramuntana mountains are covered by an extensive network of trails used by the charcoal makers when working in the forests, making it the ideal holiday location for hikers outside the summer months. Apart from its outstanding surroundings Deià has several very interesting museums such as the Archaeological Museum, the museum dedicated to the painter Norman Yanikun, the Parish Museum, the Robert Graves House Museum and the Son Marroig Museum, the enormous estate of the Archduke Luis Salvador. Every year, classical music lovers can enjoy the award-winning Deià International Festival.