There is no better way to soak up the bohemian spirit of Deià


The small coastal village of Deià, is one of the prettiest villages on the island. Perched in a ravine at the foot of the Teix mountain, with views out to the Mediterranean below, Deià has long been a magnet for a variety of famous artists, writers and other creative people – most notably the writer Robert Graves.

Much of the Deià’s appeal lies in its laid-back vibe and blissful surroundings, making a stay here highly conducive to rest and relaxation amidst some very impressive views of the blue sea and stunning mountains.

There are a few interesting small boutiques, galleries and shops in the village, and plenty of places to eat and drink. It’s worth taking time to stroll around, admiring the sympathetically restored old stone houses nestling in narrow alleys.

Walk up to the church graveyard and you’ll find the simple headstone marking Robert Graves’ final resting place, appropriately set in the village he loved. To explore the interesting, unconventional life of the emblematic English war poet, take a trip to the museum and former home which preserves his memory.

Enjoy Mallorca at Ca'n Dofi


At only 20 minutes drive from Deia.

Right in the middle of the Serra de Tramuntana and hidden among high mountains, the quiet Valley of Sóller awaits you.
Surrounded by orchards of fruit trees and orange trees, we find the town of Sóller with its historic center of narrow cobbled streets, full of elegant modernist mansions and traditional Mallorcan houses. At approx. three kilometers towards the sea, we find the Port de Sóller located in the only natural sandy bay in the area. You will find many lovely restaurants along the seaside.

To the west of the valley, we find Biniaraix a village with winding streets and old houses located on the foot of the mountain.
From Biniaraix one can drive a little further into Fornalutx, recently declared one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.

Welcome to Ca’n Dofi


At 30 minutes drive from Deia.

Valldemossa is one of the most visited and emblematic places in Mallorca. It is surrounded by high mountains which allows you to enjoy beautiful panoramic views from anywhere in the town. It is a mountain town with narrow cobbled streets. In its old town we find emblematic buildings next to old houses very well preserved. The town has squares and main streets where a large number of shops, cafes and restaurants are concentrated. Valldemossa receives an important flow of visitors throughout the year.

This small town is an important reference in tourism and culture.

One of the main attractions of the town is La Cartuja de Valldemossa and the memory that left in the winter of 1838-39 the stay of the French composer Frederic Chopin and the French writer George Sand. La Cartuja houses a cloister, church, shop, various cells, municipal museum and the Palace of King Sancho.