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A literary year at Belmond La Residencia begins

Belmond La Residencia has been an integral part of the cultural life of Deia since…

Interview with ceramicist Maria De Haan on relocating to Deiá

Deiá resident and ceramicist Maria De Haan, grew up in the Kent English countryside in…

Luke Rhinehart’s Invasion: keeping you warm in these chilly times

Invasion by Luke Rhinehart is the latest book by the cult American author who lived…

A portmanteau post to usher in 2017

  Los Reis arrived last night to hand out gifts but the fiesta celebrating the first…

Disorderly facts: celebrating Robert Graves again

  Robert Graves was born on 7 December 1895. This is the second year in…

Artist Carrie Jean Goldsmith’s love letter to Deià

  One of my favourite things about Deià is the way I’m constantly discovering new…

Of pilgrims and podcasts: Deià conversation

One of the great pleasures of a day spent drifting through Deià is the way each…

Is Bob Dylan laying low in Deià?

  Earlier this week, a couple strolling up to Belmond La Residencia heard what sounded…

Mariana Alzamora: A journey of hope in art

The exhibition by Mariana Alzamora which opens at the wonderful Sa Tafona gallery space in…

On being thankful for Deià

I’ve been away for a while and just arrived back on the island. While I…

Ruthven Todd: rescuing a reputation and a set of dentures

Ruthven Todd is a fascinating British writer who first visited Robert Graves in Deià in…

Miró, Miró on the café wall

Joan Miró was born in Barcelona in 1893. His mother was Mallorquin, as was his…

Uncut Magazine features Deià’s musical history

The latest edition of Uncut magazine, ‘the spiritual home of good rock music’, includes a…

Celebrating Gilli’s myth

Gilli Smyth, co-founder of Gong with Daevid Allen, left her body on August 22. She…

The Rebirth of Robert Graves Part Four: The Last Post

When I picture Robert Graves he’s a broken-nosed hero poet, boxer, emperor, eyes sharply focused…

Print the legend: Orson Welles in Deià

  It started when I read this on a blog: “Graves was Orson Welles’ favourite…

Discover “Fragile Gifts” by Jay Ansill and Anne Hills

Whenever he’s in Deià, American musician Jay Ansill slots comfortably into the village music scene,…

“Llull – Tàpies Suite complète” exhibition in Deià

On 15 August an exhibition of work by internationally-acclaimed Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies inspired by…

SkinSins: born in Deià to journey beyond tattoo

  At the end of June, Deià’s own Tille del Negro launched SkinSins, her remarkable…

A perfectly inspiring Deiá day

Now that high summer is upon us, the casual visitor to Deià could be forgiven…

Celebrate ten years of La Casa de Robert Graves in Deià on 26 June

On Sunday 26 June at 7PM, a performance of Gnaeus Robertulus Gravesa at the amphitheatre…

Pat Meadows, Son Marroig and the endless Deià tertulia

  On my first visit to Deià twenty years ago I was lucky enough to…

Brad who? Deià shrugs

  One fine summer morning many years ago a friend of mine strolled into the…

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…

Discover Deià with Jackie Waldren

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

2016 Belmond La Residencia arts programme springs into life

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

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…

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…

Tea with Manuella Holló

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

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