Cala Deia is a small yet perfectly formed rocky cove just outside of Deia Village. The water is crystal clear and is great for snorkelling.
The cove is sheltered by high cliffs which really gives wonderfully dramatic scenery which is truly breath taking.
It is walkable from Deia, we estimate it takes around 30 – 40 minutes. If you are going to walk, make sure you take plenty of water, wear sunscreen and a hat as it can get very hot, especially if you have to walk back! Try not to walk when the sun is at its hottest, we suggest going in the morning, have a swim and a snorkel and then have lunch in one of the two restaurants, Cas Patro March or Can Lluc and then have a car arranged to collect you and bring you back or allow around an hour for the walk back up again to the village.
There is a car park at the Cala but it does get very busy and often in the high Summer season, it can be difficult to find a car parking space and there can be quite a lot of congestion with cars. The local police do limit the amount of cars that go down to the Cala so we always advise to get there early and make a day of it.