Holidays to Deya
On the north west coast of Majorca, this small village is celebrated for its literary and music heritage – many artists and writers of note have taken up residence here over the years. It’s easy to see why – the landscape is idyllic, with olive and orange groves dotted around the hills and dramatic cliffs dropping down to a teal coloured Mediterranean. Now it’s a rock star haunt – keep an eye out in the local bars for famous faces.
This pebbly hidden cove is worth checking out for its amazingly clear waters and dramatic rocky scenery.
Located near a tiny village of the same name, this charming cove has the greenest sea and is well sheltered.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
With everything from bustling markets to designer shops, Majorca is perfect for a little retail therapy.
If you want to get around in Majorca, why not hire a bike? It's a great way to see the island.
This is a Majorcan version of the French dish ratatouille and consists of layers of aubergine, pepper and potato.
A kind of hash, with meat, offal, tomatoes and onions all fried in garlic and olive oil. A restorative breakfast.
A key bar in the heart of the village – and a favourite for visiting rock stars, models and actors.
Don’t let the rustic appearance fool you, this place serves up some of the most delicious Majorcan food.
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