Robert Graves wrote poems here, Mike Oldfield played guitar at the bar “Sa Fonda”, and even Ava Gardner and Pablo Picasso fell for the village of Deià. Thanks to these well-known names, as well as other creative guests and residents, Deià earned itself the epithet of “Artists’ Village”. From here, hikers can embark on a 14-kilometre trek to Port de Sóller, while day trippers can make their way to the pebble-strewn bay of Cale Deià, just two kilometres away. But visitors can also extend their stay in this hamlet with a population of 600, built on a hill that towers above the sea at an elevation of 400 metres. It offers a breathtaking view down into the valley and beyond, over the Mediterranean and all the way to the Serra de Tramuntana.