Today we are visiting Cala Deià, a beautiful shingle little beach in the west coast of Mallorca close to the arty popular village of Deià. It may not be what you first comes to your mind when you think of Mallorca, but it is somewhat different and unique in its way. Water is generally clear unless it is a very windy day, although this should not happen too often during the summer.
If you like pebbles, this is your place. There are lots of them, which makes it difficult for you to lay on a towel and sunbathe. If you visit Cala Deià, make sure you bring a chair or something to sit on when you are not swimming. There are a couple of little restaurants by the beach where you can sit down and enjoy a meal too.
You can access the beach by car following the Ma-10 northbound from Deià village and then signs to Cala Deià. There is a pay-and-display parking but spaces are limited, so make sure you don’t come too late! You can also park your car in Deià and walk to the beach, as there is a well-maintained path that can take you here. By public transport, take bus number 210 from Estació Intermodal at Palma’s Plaça d’Espanya and stop at Deià, where you will be able to follow the path to the beach. Enjoy!