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Palma Deia

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Any tips on how to travel from Palma to Deja? To the Robert Graves House Musuem? Via Solles? Many thx!!

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You can get a bus to Deia from Palma. Or you could enjoy the vintage narrow gauge railway through the mountains to Soller and then take a bus to Deia. I haven't done the bus part of that route myself.

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Thank you. Open to all ideas and suggestions.

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Or you could hire a car. When are you travelling to Mallorca?

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Thx but we like the idea of the train going to Soller. Leaving next week for Majorca.

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We will take the train from Palma to Soller. My concern is getting from Soller to Deja for the Robert Graves house museum then from Deja to Palma...open to any and all ideas for this.

Thank you.

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Did you check the bus timetable in the link?

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It’s the #210 bus you need to check for return trip to Palma via Deia. You could also get this from Puerto Soller.

Edited: 02 November 2017, 06:38
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Will do. Thx again!!

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Check the timetables carefully as buses aren’t that frequent now at the end of the season. Just come back from a hiking holiday there. Robert graves grave is in the churchyard at the top of the hill but bear in mind Deia is very small and you only need about an hour there. We walked back to Soller but parts of the route were stony so don’t attempt without proper gear. The road to Deia is hair raising!

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