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Cala Deia

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Cala Deia

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Shore Excursion:Palma Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle
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Shore Excursion:Palma Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle

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When your cruise ship docks in Palma de Mallorca, head ashore for a hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing tour. From the open-top, double-decker bus, see the city’s beloved landmarks and step off to explore at any of the 16 stops. With your 24-hour ticket, travel at your own pace and listen to audio commentary for the history behind the sights as you go. Upgrade to include a boat tour or entry to Bellver Castle with your ticket.
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Travelling Ripas wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions6 helpful votes
Extremely busy, rocky beach swarming with people. Feels commercialised with a restaurant and jewellery stalls - definitely not a ‘hidden gem’ or secluded. Water disappointed us with a lot of rubbish closer to the shore. Parking is a nightmare! Barely any parking so you have to park quite far up the steep and winding road with a 10 min walk down. Police were present on our trip and giving people parking tickets. There are much nicer/more relaxing places to visit. However, we did take a wrong turning on our way and drove into Deia town which is absolutely stunning and definitely worth a visit!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mand T wrote a review Oct 2019
25 contributions26 helpful votes
While staying in Deia we hiked down and were unimpressed overall. There was black seaweed and did not appear appealing to swim in. It sort of stunk as well. We stayed in Deia and were so glad we rented a villa with a pool as I would of been super disappointed to count on this area for a swim. If you are going to be driving or paying to visit here, I would consider other beaches and attractions that Mallorca has to offer.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Debbie N wrote a review Oct 2019
Yorkshire, United Kingdom435 contributions94 helpful votes
A spectacular round walk down from Deia on two old paths, walking boots preferred. Rocky beach was very busy, the water is clear and it’s great for swimming or snorkelling. Difficult to walk on the rocks and even if you are driving down consider some comfy shoes. Parking is very busy and limited. 2 great beach restaurants service local food, great fish (sardines, langoustines, calamari) Really beautiful setting - definitely worth the hike if you can make it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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rentaquote wrote a review Oct 2019
London1,764 contributions354 helpful votes
A thick blanket of smelly seaweed and slippery boulders make it very difficult to get into the water, or even just sunbathe. Parking is limited. On foot it's an arduous trek down from Deia and up again. Give this disappointing spot a miss.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Primestop wrote a review Sep 2019
Braunton, United Kingdom348 contributions102 helpful votes
A small cove with two bar/restaurants. Very picturesque and although we visited in September still very busy, so if you want to eat at the restaurants you should book ahead. You can walk from Deia (about 50 minutes steep walk, but worth it for the views) or there's a car park close by. However, the police were stopping people going down as it was full by 12.00.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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