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Getting your transportation sorted on holiday will have an enormous impact on how you enjoy your stay.
Mallorca Holiday transfers will collect you, your family and your luggage at the airport as soon as you arrive, and take you directly to your hotel or villa.
We will always wait for you and you will never wait for us!
And we provide easy, reliable and efficient transfers at any time of day or night.
Mallorca Holiday Mallorca airport transfers are Mallorca's premier airport transportation provider, with a wide selection of vehicles available for individual travellers and groups of all sizes, we have adapted taxis and mini buses for family transfers, cycling transfers and disability transfers directly to and from Palma de Mallorca airport and anywhere on the island.
Today we are going to look at Deià and Cala Deià, 38,9 km from Palma de Mallorca airport on the west coast of the island. Mallorca airport transfers to Port de Soller will take approximately 53 minutes.
Located between Valldemossa and Port Soller, Cala Deà is the beach and coast of the town of Deià, situated on Mallorca's ragged and largely inaccessible western coast. In fact it is one of the few beaches on this side of the island, etched right into the rocks of the Tramuntana mountain range.
This is not the kind of beach where you will find long extensions of white sand and palm trees. Nor are there a wealth of beach facilities, there are none; no showers, no sun loungers and no sand. Cala Deià is however a rugged and virgin paradise with crystal clear water, pine forests and not a parasol in site.
Not everyone wants a shingle beach and it can be tricky to reach with young children and all the accessories that go with them, but if you are light on your feet and looking for somewhere sheltered and beautiful, Cala Deià is the beach for you.
Cala Deià is tiny and practically impossible to park near. You are advised to either park in Deià village and walk the 2 km steep but well maintained mountain path down to the beach, or alternatively, book our highly accomplished transfer drivers to take you directly to Cala Deià by direct airport transfer service from your hotel or villa and make this a real day out on Cala Deià beach in Mallorca.
Mallorca airport transfers to Cala Deià resolve this problem easily, by driving you from your hotel or villa and returning to collect you at the end of the day.
There are two restaurants to choose from on Cala Deià, one on the shingle beach and one perched up on the rocks, made famously popular in the last year with the release of hit TV series The Night Manager, where Roper and his party arrive by boat, have lunch and Roper's son is kidnapped. Due to its new found stardom it is now particularly difficult to get a reservation!
It is called Ca's Patro March and it serves freshly picked local fish and seafood in one of the most fabulous locations. The other is more of a beach bar.
Mallorca airport transfers will provide you with reliable and safe transportation to your restaurant of choice and take you home safely at the end of the evening. Allow yourself to enjoy an after dinner cocktail on the beach and make sure no one has to drive on unknown roads.
Sailing along the west coast of Mallorca is highly recommended. The ragged coastline of the Serra de Tramuntana affords stunning views and the hidden coves are great for snorkelling and diving. Cala Deà does have a tiny jetty but the bay is unsuitable to anchor and you will be better served at nearby Port Soller.
If you don't have your own boat, you can charter a boat for the day to explore Mallorca's wonderful western coast.
Cala Deià and this area of the Tramuntana Mountains are well suited to trekking, hiking, walking and fell running. The area is popular with outdoor enthusiasts and the paths and mountain walks are well marked.
The entire Tramuntana Mountain range, which spans the west coast of the island, is crisscrossed with ancient smuggling routes and paths, and now one single path, the GR221, has been rehabilitated, running SW to NE for over 150 km.
There are no life guards on Cala Deià beach.
Access by wheelchair is extremely difficult here as there are steps leading down to the beach and the restaurant is set up on the rocks. It is probably not advisable to try to tackle Cala Deià if you have mobility problems.