Resting surrounded by nature

Points of interest

Due to its unbeatable location, Sa Pedrissa is close to many places you will be able to discover during your stay at our hotel. 


Discover Deià

A town where you can get lost in its alleys

During your stay at Sa Pedrissa, we recommend you to dedicate at least one day to discover the beautiful village of Deià, where in addition to getting lost on its cobbled streets, you will be able to visit Robert Grave’s museum and the market at the Son Marroig finca every Thursday. 



One of the smallest towns in Mallorca

Only a few houses and one hotel is what you will find in Llucalcari, one of the smallest towns in Mallorca. Located on the road that connects Deià and Sóller, Llucalcari has a breath-taking view of our mountain range protected by UNESCO and the Mediterranean. They say that Pablo Picasso stayed in Llucalcari during one of his visits to the island and is undoubtedly a mountain town that is worth visiting during your stay at Sa Pedrissa.



Located in the Serra de Tramuntana

We can not fail to mention Cala Deià if we’re talking about places to visit near Sa Pedrissa. Located in the western part of the island, next to the Serra de Tramuntana and very close to the town of Deià, Cala Deià is a small cove surrounded by old houses and piers that form an idyllic image. You can park about 200 meters away from Cala Deià and walk down to witness this little spectacle of nature, where the turquoise and blue colours of the sea merge with the rocks that form a beautiful balcony over the Mediterranean.


Sa Foradada viewpoint

One of Mallorca’s most emblematic viewpoints

The ‘Sa Foradada’ or ‘Na Foradada’ viewpoint is one of Mallorca’s most emblematic viewpoints. From Son Marroig you can enjoy stunning views of Na Foradada, it being a geographical accident that allows you to see a peculiar hole in a rock ('forat') that gives it its name. This viewpoint is located on the way from Valldemossa to Deià and is the place to enjoy the most beautiful sunsets in Mallorca.