Nestled on a mountainside just minutes from the picturesque village of Deya, the Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca provides a scenic and intimate retreat for your holidays. Es Moli is one of the finest four-star hotels in Deia with 87 fully air-conditioned rooms, each with private bath and telephone, most with balconies overlooking the sea and mountains – perfect for a peaceful vacation. Hotel Es Moli’s beautiful gardens enclose a 100-foot heated swimming pool and a tennis court. The cuisine is international with regional dishes. Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca offers you luxurious facilities in one of the greatest natural settings of the world; one of the finest hotels in Deia.
Free transport is provided from the Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca to its nearby private sea-bathing cove “Sa Muleta”. Facilities include snorkelling equipment to enjoy the pristine waters, freshwater showers, dressing rooms and lounge chairs. Delicious snacks and drinks are available from the on-site bar.
you’ll get no better rate elsewhere, plus:
A free “up-grading”, and…
a complimentary extra-night
Guided Deia Walks
Deia is a paradise for walkers and climbers, especially for those who visit during the early months of the year. The coastal road is very beautiful and you can take some lovely walks – though perhaps not in August when it is very hot. The coastal walk between Deia and Llucalcari is particularly recommended. Many walks are sign posted from the village with the approximate time the walk will take.
The Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca is perfectly situated for hiking around Deia and the spectacular Sierra de Tramuntana. A wide variety of routes are accessible from the hotel including coastal and mountain paths suitable for all abilities and fitness levels. The hotel offers weekly guided walks which you can arrange with the reception desk.
“ …. Your walks have given a lot of people much pleasure and increased their understanding of your wonderful island and Deia. Being a guest at Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca and participating on your walks has greatly enriched many lives for which we are thankful and will always remember with great pleasure. ” – Peter & Alysoun D (UK)
The charming village of Deia (Deya in Mallorcan) is situated on the northwest coast of Mallorca just 40 minutes from the island’s capital and airport by car. You approach through winding mountain roads before you suddenly turn a sharp corner and are greeted by the first sight of Deia – and what a magical sight it is: a verdant landscape of lush valleys, picturesque architecture, blue skies and sparkling seas. One of the most compact but stunning villages on the island, Deia is a hushed and relaxing spot of bliss in a really spectacular region in Spain. Nestled in the Tramuntana Cordillera, the town is dominated by the hilltop village church and is only a short, leisurely drive from the coast. Robert Graves, an English poet and writer, was the village’s most famous resident. He lived here and made the town renowned for being a sanctuary for musicians, artists and scribes. Deia is the place to be for the ultimate escape – whether you want to watch the world go by in a village coffee shop, perusing in the many artists’ shops, taking laps at the hotel swimming pool, or just venturing out in this tranquil province either by walking or biking.
The Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca is situated on the outskirts of Deia, a short walk from the village centre.
Eating Out from Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca
Despite its compact size, Deia can tempt your palate through its wide range of dining choices. Sixteen restaurants offer local dishes such as tapas and other specialities, while pizza and international cuisine are available as well. Down at the town’s beach, La Cala, a few quaint eateries are open to prepare fresh catch from the sea. A couple of bars sometimes have musicians coming from all over to play where holiday-makers and the locals join in for a spur-of-the-moment jamming session.
Deia International Music Festival
Each year the village is thrown into a festive mood as the Deia International Music Festival is held in various spots across town and the nearby Valldemossa. The event focuses on chamber music, with performances of groups, soloists and composers from Spain and abroad at places such as the Miramar Monastery, the old estate of Archduke Louis of Hapsburg and Deia Church.
Deia Archaeological Museum and Research Centre
The American archaeologist and artist William Waldren established the Deia Archaeological Museum and Research Centre in 1962. The centre is built in a transformed mill where artifacts like the significant items from the Son Muleta Cave and other pieces are exhibited. The museum is a short walk from the Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca.
Church of Sant Joan Baptista
At the cemetery adjacent to the 15th century Church of Sant Joan Baptista is the tomb of the Englishman Robert Graves who put Deia in the arts and music map. Inside the complex, there is also a museum housing clerical objet d’art.
Excursions from Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca
About ten kilometres from Deia is the gorgeous town of Soller, where there are nice stores and superb cafés to discover. Its slender cobbled streets are great for exploring around town, where there is an excellent Saturday market. A local tram transports you to Port de Soller from the town itself, where you can enjoy a meal or drink at the promenade overlooking the beach. A nice swim can complement your experience at the town.
Only 10km from Deia and the Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca, Valldemossa is a beautiful mountain town famous for the glorious Carthusian monastery – the second most visited attraction in Mallorca after Palma cathedral – which was the residence of the Polish composer Frederic Chopin and his lover the French author and feminist George Sand in the winter of 1838-39.
Son Marroig is a beautiful estate that once belonged to the Archduke of Austria, Luis Salvador of Habsburg and now houses a museum dedicated to him. The estate includes beautiful gardens with: pavilions and gates, greenhouses, grottoes, pagodas and and balconies overlooking the cliffs and the sea. It is located three kilometres to the west of the village of Deia. Much of the estate now belongs to the actor Michael Douglas.
A beautiful, typically Mallorcan hamlet situated three kilometres from Deià towards Sóller, you can still see the ancient defence towers which were used to protect the village from pirates. There’s a short walk down to the small beach, but be warned – it’s a favourite location for naturists!
The English author and poet Robert Graves lived in Deia from 1932 until his death in 1985, and the house and gardens, approximately 1km from the Es Moli Hotel Deia Mallorca, have been preserved as a museum celebrating his life and works. Items on display include letters, pictures and a short documentary film.