Category: DEIA


Mountain Radio was recently started by Hayley Newbury a local resident in Deia. Hayley has a new passion for radio and music and after working in various radio stations and organising music concerts, she has launched Mountain Radio, working from the mountains of Deia and broadcasting worldwide.

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The dry stone route GR221 ‘la ruta de piedra en seco’ is a very popular 135 km, 8 day trek along the mountains on the west side of Mallorca. The pathways along the walk are lined with old cobbled paths, which were originally built to link the village and estates on the mountain range. The route is famous for its landscape of olive trees on terraces with dry-stone walls and runs from Port D’Andratx all the way to Pollenca.

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Resident tennis coach at Hotel La Residencia, Shayne Tabb is a fully accredited, advanced level tennis coach. Shayne has many years of coaching experience including working with junior academy, and touring with professional players.

La Residencia has two green set cushion courts available for hire that offer breath-taking views of Deia. There is as well a fully equipped pro shop offering different brands of tennis wear and equipment.

Web address:

Tennis brochure


Tel: +34 971 63 90 11 / Mob: +34 650 664 943 / email:

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Award-winning spa of the Hotel La Residencia offers indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym. The spa has 6 treatment rooms and in three of them you can enjoy the treatments on the outside terrace with stunning views. Treatments on offer include massage, facials, pedicures and manicures.

Web address:

Bookings: +34 971 63 9011 extension 319 /

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Enjoy indulging and relaxing spa treatments in the tranquil garden terrace or poolside treatment room. Whilst your treatment is taking place enjoy the spectacular sea and mountain views and the sound of the natural spring water running past. Treatments include body wraps, a range of massages including cupping and much more.



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A team of professional spa therapists offering mobile beauty and spa treatments in the comfort of your holiday home. Bringing the complete luxury spa experience to your home offering a full range of treatments including massage, reflexology, manicures, pedicures, facials and more.

Web address:

Tel.: +34 606 08 42 11


The church dates from the fourteenth century, although it was rebuilt after damages from a fire in the eighteenth century. Inside there is the parish museum with religious art and devotional objects. The church serves Mass at weekends and beautiful wedding celebrations.

Opening Hours: 

Open daily.

Mass on Saturdays and Sundays at 19.00 in the winter (October – March) and at 20.00 in the summer (April – September).

More info:

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‘Son Marroig’ was owned by Archiduke Lluis Salvador d’Habsburg. The ‘Son Marroig’ house is currently a museum featuring original antiques and artefacts, as well as Archduke’s collection of literature.

The house offers stunning views to the coast and sunset and is often the setting for weddings.

Opening Hours: 


Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.00

Closed on Sundays.


Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 20.00

Closed on Sundays.

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Tel.: +34 971 63 91 58

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Founded in 1962 by the American painter and archaeologist William Waldren, the museum exhibits several archaeological findings from local sites.

Opening Hours: 

Saturday & Sunday: 15.00 – 17.00

Closed till April 2015.

Tel.: +34 971 63 90 01

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Poet and author Robert Graves (1895-1985) lived in Deia from 1929 until his death.

The Museum is located in his house and has been refurbished to represent how it was when he lived there and adapted for visitors. His grave can be found in the churchyard of Deia.

Opening Hours: 

1 April – 31 October:

Monday to Friday: 10.00 – 17.00 (last visit at 16 propranolol online uk.20)

Saturday: 10.00 – 15.00 (last visit at 14.20)

Closed on Sundays.

1 – 30 November:

Monday to Friday: 09.00 – 16.00 (last visit at 15.20)

Saturday: 10.00 – 14.00 (last visit at 13.20)

Closed on Sundays.

1 December – 31 March:

Monday to Friday: 10.30 – 13.30

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Web address:

Tel.: +34 971 63 61 85

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