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The part of the west coast of Mallorca surrounding the artists’ village of Deià is packed with great opportunities for your Mediterranean property purchase – discover the region with your real estate agent Engel & Völkers Mallorca!

    1. ​The properties on offer in Deià

    2. Unique highlights when purchasing a property in Deià

    3. Property locations and prices in the area of Deià

    5. Property locations: Deià, Valldemossa, Banyalbufar and Estellencs

Those who want to live in the west of the island, or spend their holidays there, seek tranquillity and enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful landscape of the Tramuntana Mountains. Places such as Valdemossa, Sóller, Deià and Fornalutx impress with their unique, authentic character.

Eddy Barrera, Managing Director of Engel & Völkers Mallorca West
18 years on Mallorca and 16 years with Engel & Völkers

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Eddy Barrera

Managing Director Engel & Völkers Mallorca West

Phone +34 971 63 63 63

1. The properties on offer in Deià

The sunny village of Deià on the west coast of Mallorca is inseparably linked with some of the most beautiful scenery in the Balearic Islands. Whilst this picturesque village is surrounded by the impressive mountainous terrain of the Tramuntana Mountains on the inland side, towards the sea you can enjoy a sensational view of the azure Mediterranean. It is therefore hardly surprising that various painters, writers and composers settled in the shade of the majestic mountain summits over the centuries. Even today, well-known personalities such as the actor Michael Douglas and the entrepreneur Richard Branson own a property in this region.

Allow yourself to be captivated by the properties on offer in this delightful location:The real estate agents at Engel & Völkers can help you to discover the magic of this place and purchase a spacious finca or a comfortable house in Deià and the surrounding area. As a property owner, you can also take profitable advantage of the numerous benefits of the west coast by marketing your residential or holiday property with us. Our real estate agents have summarised the charming facets of this coastal stretch in this portrait…

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2. Unique highlights when purchasing a property in Deià

Deià’s breathtaking backdrop is not the only strong argument in favour of purchasing a property here. The entire region is full of attractive locational advantages, which means that the west coast is a particularly exceptional living environment. These include a whole string of natural bays such as Cala Deià, Cala Banyalbufar and Cala Estellencs, which you can explore, sunbathe and swim in. Not far away from your newly purchased finca or house, you will also find many spectacular viewpoints, which make it possible to take in incredible views of large sections of the steep cliffs, which are a UNESCO world heritage site as part of the Tramuntana Mountains. These are perfect milestones for hikers, cyclists and runners engaging in sports in splendid natural settings in Mallorca. If golf is your preferred sport, you can swing your club at the Son Termens 18-hole golf course, which is situated in a harmonious valley around 10 minutes away from Valldemossa. Besides, as all significant places on the west coast are easily accessible via the MA-10 road, there’s no limit to your mobility around the island: magnificent views and dramatically beautiful winding roads included!

But that’s not all: if you purchase a property in Deià or the surrounding area, you will benefit from the fact that this area is exceptionally family-friendly due to the location of the international school “Escuela Global” in Parc Bit, so the houses, fincas and villas in our portfolio are also ideally suited to couples with children. The availability of the area’s own medical centre, a sports ground and further local education institutions further emphasise Deià and the surrounding area’s suitability for pleasant and comfortable everyday life. This means that you are making the right decision in purchasing a property with Engel & Völkers Mallorca.

Properties in Deià

Art, culture and cuisine as important arguments in favour of purchasing a property in and around Deià:Despite the manageable number of inhabitants in Deià and Valldemossa, both places play an important role in the field of culture. In Valledmossa you will find the Frédéric Chopin Museum: the world-famous composer lived in this house for a few months from 1838 to 1839 together with his lover, the novelist George Sand. Nowadays, furniture and musical scores from that time are on show. Casa Museo de Son Marroig is another important museum, which displays a collection of works by famous artists such as Joan Bauçà, Anglada Camarassa and Eliseu Meifrén, as well as some of the possessions of the previous owner, the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria. Further impressive museums in the area include La Casa de Robert Graves or Museo Arqueológico de Deià. You certainly won’t be short of destinations for cultural excursions.

Thecuisineis also an important part of the culture in Deià and the surrounding area: numerous restaurants and hotel kitchens open their doors to spoil you with exquisite local and international dishes. Engel & Völkers recommends trying out the restaurantsEs Racó d`Es TeixandEl Olivo, the hotel restaurant at the 5 star hotelBelmond la Residencia– both have been awarded aMichelin starand promise an unforgettable culinary experience.

Take a close look at the exclusive quality of our portfolio and purchase a property in Deiá with your real estate agent Engel & Völkers. In the next section, you can find information about the current market situation.

Properties in Deià and Surroundings

3. Property locations and prices in the area of Deià

On the west coast of Mallorca, the singular interaction of natural splendour, infrastructural strength and cultural diversity has resulted in high demand. This property market has experienced stable price development over the past few years. The stretch of coast between Deià and the Urbanisation George Sand is home to some of the best locations in this area – some of the most beautiful properties in Mallorca can be found here. On this part of the west coast, houses, fincas and villas are up for sale for an average of 3.5 million Euros and are therefore in the absolute premium segment. Further south, the prices are lower and property prices in Valldemossa and Estellencs start at around 2.5 million Euros. Real estate agent Engel & Völkers also recommends taking a look at town houses as part of your search, for example in the centre of Valldemossa or Banyalbufar: occasionally, there are properties for sale for less than a million Euros. Our real estate agents are happy to keep you informed about current offers in Deià and the surrounding area – for further information such as annual volume of transactions, buyer nationalities and the regional price level for apartments and condominiums, please download Engel & Völkers’ market report Mallorca 2019/2020 for free!

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The decision to purchase a property in Deià or one of the surrounding villages needs to be well thought-out: there is a wide range of appealing houses, villas and fincas in attractive locations. To make sure that you buy the property that you have always dreamed of for the best price, we will be there to support you with our professional expertise and market knowledge to make a careful selection. Since 2002, we have been located at Carrer de l'Arxiduc Lluís Salvador, 1, right in the heart of Deià with an extensive range of services. Our multi-lingual team is looking forward to helping you find exactly what you are looking for! To achieve this, we make use of an international network of contacts, which ensures that we are on the ball in terms of the most recent offers on the market. If you would like to sell or rent out your property on the west coast of Mallorca, we will also gladly provide conscientious and goal-oriented support. Please contact us any time by completing our contact form.

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Engel & Völkers Deià

Carrer de l'Arxiduc Lluís Salvador 1, 07179 Deià
Phone: +34 971 63 63 63

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5. Property locations: Deià, Valldemossa, Banyalbufar and Estellencs

Whether you would prefer a property in an elevated position with a sea view or in a central location in one of the charming villages along the coast: this region offers the right location for real estate buyers in Mallorca. The artists’ village Deià and its surrounding area is certainly the most popular location, which inspires awe in people from near and far with its fascinating landscape and unique village hill. With just about 600 inhabitants, the village offers an especially authentic Mediterranean atmosphere, Mallorcan culture and tradition with an international flair. The most popular types of property for sale in Deià include village houses, fincas and villas with a garden and swimming pool - soon you could also call such a property your own!

A little further south, Valldemossa stands out with its original small-town flair, lively street festivals and a carefully preserved historic centre. Fincas and houses in this area particularly impress due to their spaciousness and generous plots, whilst some of the modern houses and designer villas in the Urbanisation Georg Sand have fantastic views of the sea.

Following the MA-10 even further to the south, you will reach Estellencs: small restaurants and cafés as well as a picturesque bay with crystal-clear water await you in this particularly quiet coastal village. Properties for sale primarily include houses, fincas and farm estates, some of which boast considerable sizes.

Finally, Banyalbufar is also an interesting property location – here, you are able to purchase a historic property.

Whichever of these property locations appeals to you the most: with Engel & Völkers Mallorca, you will find a diverse, high-quality range of properties in every location. Would you like to have a personal consultation or receive further information? Please do not hesitate to call us on +34 971 63 63 63 to arrange a personal appointment with our real estate agents. We are looking forward to seeing you in Deià soon!

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Can Americans own property in Mallorca? ›

Can Americans buy property in Spain? Yes, they can. There are no restrictions on property investments for Americans.

Why is Mallorca property so expensive? ›

The most direct impact of inflation in Europe was on the market for new buildings. Increased costs of materials, transportation, and so on have increased the cost of new houses for sale in Mallorca. It's now higher than it was in 2020-2021. The increase in prices for new buildings at the end of 2022 was 11%.

Are property prices falling in Majorca? ›

15% fall in Balearics sale of homes forecast for 2023

The average price, meanwhile, will remain almost identical: from an average 2,583 euros per square metre in 2022 to 2,582 in 2023. The forecasts take into consideration the effects that inflation and the consequent rise in construction costs will have on the market.

Can foreigners buy property in Majorca? ›

What do I need to buy a property in Mallorca? To be able to buy and own a property in Spain you need a NIE-number (Número de Identidad de Extranjero) which is similar to a Spanish social security number but for foreign citizens. You can get the number either at the Spanish embassy in your country or in Spain.

How long can you stay in Spain if you own a property? ›

How Long Can I Stay in Spain if I Own a Property? Even if you own a property in Spain, you're still entitled to stay for only 90 days in a 180-day period without applying for a residence permit or a visa.

What are the pitfalls of buying property in Spain? ›

Top 7 Pitfalls Of Buying A House In Spain
  • Not Allowing Enough Time. ...
  • Not Doing Enough Property Research. ...
  • Not Being Financially Prepared. ...
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  • Not Reading the Contract. ...
  • Not Researching Property Locations. ...
  • Not Budgeting for Future Fees.
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Can I retire to Mallorca? ›

Living in Mallorca, on a day to day basis is a laid back and happy affair. A slow, easy going retirement lifestyle that is spent mostly outdoors and enjoyed in the sunny plazas and family restaurants of the small villages. The island is also well connected, both within and to the outside world.

Where do American expats live in Mallorca? ›

Where do expats live in Mallorca? Expats living in Mallorca typically congregate around a few main destinations. The most popular coastal areas include Puerta Portals, Santa Ponsa, Portals Nous, and Bendinat.

Will Spanish property prices fall in 2023? ›

The Spanish real estate outlook 2023

Last year, we predicted a strong market with price increases between 3 and 6 per cent. We were spot on! The Spanish real estate market should be more stable in 2023 and we could even see some price decreases.

Is it wise to buy a property in Spain now? ›

Is it a good time to buy property in Spain 2022? Yes, for sure, as you can see, prices are rising since 2014 but are far from the top of 2008. Returns are healthy and not excessive while financing remain low.

Is now the right time to buy a house in Spain? ›

Summary real estate analysis Spain Q3 2022

With that said, year-on-year growth is an important figure to keep an eye on – after all, you usually buy a house to own for more than a year. So if you are thinking of buying a house in Spain, now is a good time to get in.

Is it time to buy property in Spain? ›

Is it Safe to Buy Property in Spain? Yes, “as safe as houses” as they say. Here's why: the latest housing pricing data from Spain's National Statistics Institute (the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE)) shows a steady rise in property prices. Nothing is sharp and steep, just slow, gradual growth.

Do you get residency if you buy property in Spain? ›

Can you get Spanish residency by buying a property? Yes, if you are a non-EU citizen, you can obtain a residence permit in Spain valid for 3 years as long as the property you purchase is valued at over €500,000.

How much is property tax in Spain for non residents? ›

The tax rate applied is between 19% and 24%. Taxation on non-residents for a property sale: Non-residents who decide to sell their property in Spain are required to pay taxes at the rate of 19%.

Do I need a Spanish bank account to buy a property in Spain? ›

Yes, in order to buy or rent you must have a Spanish bank account or in Spain.

How much money do I need in the bank for Spanish residency? ›

For the non-lucrative visa, you must prove that you have 400% of the IPREM received annually into your bank account. For 2023, the IPREM is €600 per month. This means that an individual would need a regular guaranteed monthly income of €2,400 or €28,800 yearly.

How long can I stay in Spain as a US citizen? ›

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

Spain is a party to the Schengen Agreement. This means that U.S. citizens may enter Spain for up to 90 days for tourism or business without a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay.

Can I live in Spain without residency? ›

How long can I stay in Spain without becoming a resident? You can stay in Spain for a maximum of 183 days per year (6 months) in order to not become a resident. If you spend an extra day (184 days and onwards), you will be regarded as a resident, hence paying resident taxes in the country.

What taxes do you pay when buying a property in Spain? ›

This includes new properties that were bought by banks or taken on by them in case of default on mortgage payments, for example. Expect to pay between 8% and 11.5% in taxes on a property purchase in Spain.

Do I have to pay tax on property in Spain? ›

Purchasing a property in Spain involves the payment of different taxes, ranging between 8% and 11.5%, whether the property is newly built, generally sold by banks or construction companies, or the property has already been owned by another person, a resale.

Are Spanish property prices dropping? ›

Demand far outstripped supply but rather than predicting a market collapse, the experts are confident that Spain will be one of the countries where house prices will fall the most in 2023 and 2024.

Is US Social Security taxed in Spain? ›

While you work—If your work is covered by both the U.S. and Spanish Social Security systems, you (and your employer, if you are employed) would normally have to pay Social Security taxes to both countries for the same work.

Can a retired US citizen move to Spain? ›

If you're a non-EU/EEA citizen who wishes to retire in Spain, you'll need to prove you have enough income to support yourself without income from employment. As of 2021, the minimum figure for this is currently set at €2,259 per month or just over €27,000 per calendar year.

Can you speak English in Mallorca? ›

The island has two official languages, Castilian (Spanish) and Catalan, while locals prefer to speak their Mallorquin dialect. However, the island's staff, including maids, speak several foreign languages. English, German and French are particularly common.

Why do so many Germans live in Mallorca? ›

For long decades, Mallorca is so popular among Germans and Brits because of its long and sandy beaches, awesome Mediterranean climate, and ideal costs for both living and holiday.

Does it get cold in Mallorca? ›

Monthly temperatures

The weather in Mallorca remains warm throughout the year with average night time lows dropping to around 10ºC in December and January. The summer months can see temperatures reach 40ºC, although the averages are around 30ºC.

How much money do you need to live in Mallorca? ›

The absolute minimum that I would recommend a single person should budget to live in Mallorca per month is 800€ without rent. I would recommend budgeting extra for emergencies, so better to budget around 1000€ a month.

Is it a good time to buy property in Spain 2023? ›

The Spanish real estate market is expected to continue to grow in 2023, with prices expected to rise in many areas. This is due to a combination of factors, including a growing economy, relatively low-interest rates (compared to other countries), and an increase in demand for properties.

What is the average house price in Spain? ›

Catalonia topped the list with an average house price per built square meter of approximately 4,104 euros.
Average house price in Spain in December 2021, by region (in euros per square meter)
CharacteristicPrice in euros per square meter built
Community of Madrid3,802
Basque Country2,831
9 more rows
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What are mortgage rates in Spain? ›

What is the interest rate in Spain? As of January 2023, the average mortgage has an interest rate of 2.55%. The lowest rate ever was 2.44%, very close to the current level! The average mortgage duration is 25 years 35% have variable interest rates 65% have fixed interest rates.

Is it better to buy property in Spain or Portugal? ›

Is property cheaper in Spain or Portugal? Property in Portugal is far cheaper than in Spain, and with attractive rental yields in Lisbon and the Algarve, you can understand why Portugal is such a popular choice for investors.

Can an American citizen buy property in Spain? ›

FAQs when buying a house in spain as an american.

There are no restrictions on buying property in Spain, whether it's commercial, residential or land. In fact, Spain encourages investment by foreigners, both resident and non-resident.

What documents do I need to buy a property in Spain? ›

The owner will have to provide all the documentation of the house, that is to say, the title deed, the registry document, the last utility bills, the energy efficiency document, the last rates bill and in the case the property is on rustic land the DAFO, as well as their NIE and passport.

Is it worth investing in Spanish property? ›

Buying a house or commercial property in Spain can be an excellent investment whether you plan to rent it out or live there by yourself. Under the statistics represented by the Central Bank of Spain in March 2022, the return expected on the residential real estate market is 10%.

What will the mortgage rate be in 2023 in Spain? ›

In the long-term, the Spain Interest Rate is projected to trend around 3.50 percent in 2023 and 2.75 percent in 2024, according to our econometric models. Spain is a member of the European Union which has adopted the euro. Spain's benchmark interest rate is set by the European Central Bank.

What are the fees for buying a property in Spain? ›

New property purchase costs: 14.2%

(These include: VAT/IVA at 10%, stamp duty at 1.2%, legal fees 1%, notary and registry fees 1%, plus 0.7% for various documents required such as power of attorney, NIE application and certificates.)

Do expats pay taxes in Spain? ›

Yes, expats in Spain need to pay taxes. The most basic tax that expats must pay in Spain is the income tax. The income tax is calculated upon the expat's worldwide income. However, if you are a Spanish non-resident, the income tax is calculated just upon the income generated in Spain.

Do Spanish residents pay property tax? ›

Spanish property tax

If you own a property in Spain and are living in it on 1 January in any given year, you must pay a local property tax or Impuesto sobre Bienes Inmuebles (IBI). The amount is the rental value multiplied by a tax rate set by the local authorities. This applies to non-residents and residents.

What happens after 5 years of residency in Spain? ›

After 5 years of living in Spain, the advantages arrive. If you have done so legally and continuously, you can apply for one of the most advantageous permits in the country: long-term residency (previously called permanent residency).

Can an American retire in Mallorca? ›

Residency in Mallorca for non-EU nationals

This means if you are a non-EU citizen you'll need to fulfil Spanish requirements for residency. The most popular routes for non-EU citizens are a Non-Lucrative visa and Golden Visa.

Is Majorca a good place to buy property? ›

There are very few places in the Mediterranean that offer such a diverse range of property than in Mallorca. The island is loved for its mountains and sea, but it's the strength of the island's second home market that confirms the move of thousands of international buyers.

Can I buy a house in Spain and live there permanently? ›

Yes, you can get residency in Spain after buying a house, and that is thanks to the golden visa scheme.

Do retirees pay taxes in Spain? ›

On average, Spanish pensioners are taxed at source at a rate of 7.7%, although the percentage varies depending on your pension.

How long can a US citizen stay in Spain? ›

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

Spain is a party to the Schengen Agreement. This means that U.S. citizens may enter Spain for up to 90 days for tourism or business without a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay.


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