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Hidden Gems #4 Ombu

I can’t remember who tipped me off to this place but I owe them a big…

David Templeton and Lincoln Townley: the fine art of friendship

When highly respected Deià artist David Templeton’s latest show at La Belmond Residencia opens on…

An author in Mallorca called Anna

Five years ago I was sitting in my favourite Chinese restaurant in London, the Jade…

Discover Deià with Jackie Waldren

  No-one I know who lives here ever takes Deià for granted. But it’s easy…

Hidden Gems #3 Restaurant: Es Recó, Soller

Every Friday night from 7-11.30pm and in summer even longer until 1am, an Argentinian musical duo…

Celebrating Lady June Campbell Cramer

The story and mythology of Deià has always been shaped by larger than life characters.…

2016 Belmond La Residencia arts programme springs into life

  On Thursday 5 May the duo of Pedro y Julio will give a performance…

Hidden Gems #2 Restaurant: Tierra de Gracia

I stumbled upon this Venezuelan restaurant by chance yesterday with two friends, it’s not usually…

Set of Robert Graves books donated to new Deiá library

On Thursday 28 April the team from Charles Marlow delivered a set of all the…

Hidden Gems #1: Restaurant: Bon Lloc

The first vegetarian restaurant in Mallorca, Bon Lloc opened their doors in 1978. You will find…

What happens in Deiá…

As we teeter on the brink of another long hot Deiá summer, I thought it…

That first April swim at Cala Deia

Nineteen years ago this month I took my first ever swim at Cala Deia. The…

Encountering the Robert Graves legend in Hungary

  When you have a connection with Deià you’re likely to discover all sorts of…

Tea with Manuella Holló

    Manuella Holló is someone I’ve been intrigued to interview since first meeting her…

Down to Earth in Mallorca

On Saturday 2 April, the remarkable, inspiring documentary movie Down to Earth will receive its…

New Mythology Park to open in Deia

  An ambitious new Mythology Park set to open in just outside Deia in spring…

Leroy Pooh, Deia’s founding father of periodismo fantástico

Since the arrival of Robert Graves in Deia in 1929, the village has been associated…

Deia’s unsung guitar hero

  They had no money for a tomb but the Deia Ayuntamiento let his friends…

The Night Manager and Deia

A friend of mine in England who’s been watching the BBC miniseries The Night Manager…

Deia artist is secret rock and roll Svengali

I thought I’d long ago got used to uncovering strange and mysterious connections between Deia…

Miranda Seymour on Robert Graves: Life on the Edge

If you want to know about Robert Graves, the best place to start is with…

Jimi Hendrix in Deia

There was once a faded, peeling sticker on the bathroom window of the men’s bathroom…

Robert Graves and Ava Gardner: a toast

The Robert Graves story I really wanted to read was ‘She Landed Yesterday’. Worth the…

A very Deia Valentine’s story

Lorna awoke knowing that someone was standing behind her. She had no idea how many…

Joan Graves Biblioteca is a fitting Deia tribute

    On 12 February the new Joan Graves Biblioteca will open its doors in…

A tale of Deia, plastic and madness

In the past few days posts about the amount of plastic in our oceans have…

Robert Graves and the Mystery of Alston Anderson

I first became intrigued by Alston Anderson and his connection to Robert Graves when I…

Deia on a January afternoon

I know I’m on my way to Deia when the road starts to curl up…

We Are Starlight: A Very Deia Christmas Tale

It was Christmas Eve and the beams of the pub were lined with twinkling fairy…

George Sand and Winter in Mallorca

If you live in Mallorca or you’ve visited Valldemossa, chances are you own a copy…

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