Cala de Deià

This tiny cove, Cala de Deià, is one of the island’s hidden gems, tucked away on the north coast of Mallorca. Off the well-trodden tourist track, down a steep, wooded ravine, and sheltered by the jagged cliffs of the Punta de Deià promontory, this pint-sized shingle cove with its pebbly beach and deep, clear water is perfect

for a cooling swim on a hot summer day. It even has its own ramshackle bar and restaurant, perched precariously on the rocks, where you can sit and soak up the picturesque setting over a tasty plate of locally-caught swordfish, prawns or squid.

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