Nudist Beach in Deyá


Nestled amongst lush hillsides of orange & olive groves, in the north of Majorca, is the idyllic coastal village of Deyá. Virtually undiscovered by tourists until 1932 when the English novelist and poet Robert Graves made his home here. Since then, word spread through the artistic grapevine and Deyá soon became the place to be for many well known artists and rich eccentrics. The village’s beautiful setting is due, in part, to the intricate system of terraced irrigation first introduced by Moorish settlers. This system allowed the groves to spread throughout the steep and rocky hillsides providing a fruitful harvest and welcome shade. Throughout the years Deyá has remained popular with poets and artists, although in recent years it has become increasingly popular with music artists. Mike Oldfield and Mick Jagger have played many a gig in the village and Richard Branson owns a plush property here.

The village offers some excellent dining choices with many menus geared towards its wealthier clientele. Most visitors and residents choose to kick off the evening with drinks in Sa Fonda, a well known locals favourite where there is often ”off the cuff” live music. For tapas and live jazz, El Barrigon Xelini is the place to be on a Saturday night, and for a romantic, Michelin Star meal in picturesque surroundings, you can’t beat Es Raco D’es Teix. Much of the village enjoys views over its lovely secluded bay which offers further restaurant choices. Deyá has a small selection of shops for daily essentials and retains its artistic feel with its craft shops and art galleries.

Throughout the surrounding hills and countryside there are hiking trails and coastal paths, boasting fantastic views and hidden rocky coves where visitors can relax in peace and quiet, and even try their hand at a bit of fishing. For an all over tan, naturists can enjoy a few days on the official nudist beach in Deyá.

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