The village of Deyá is nestled between the Tramontana mountains that give way to the Mediterranean Sea. The architecture consists of traditional stone-built fincas. It covers five kilometres of coastline, and includes the points of Sa Foradada and Deyá, Cala de Deyá and the small cove of Lluch Alcari.
The village is built on a hill in a valley of the Sierra. The Puig del Teix rises above the valley. The Sierra de Tramontana is covered by an extensive network of trails used by coal manufacturers when working in the forests.