La casa de Robert Graves
His house in Deià was acquired by the Fundació Robert Graves and has been refurbished and adapted for visitors. It opened to the public in the summer of 2006.
The Robert Graves Foundation, in which the Government of the Balearic Isles and the Deia Town Hall participate, owns and maintains the house open to the public and its aim is to disseminate the cultural heritage that the author created on Mallorca through visits to the house, conferences, and resources for schools.
Robert von Ranke Graves (Wimbledon, July 24, 1895 – Deia, December 7, 1985). Poet, writer, novelist, remembered for I, Claudius, Goodbye to All That, his love poetry, and as a poet of First World War. He came to Mallorca in 1929, and remained there to his death. He is buried in the Deià graveyard.
Robert Graves considered himself first and formost a poet. He wrote novels and an non-fiction on subjects which interested him. He published over 140 books: on mythology and on poetry, historical novels, translations, biographies, childrens stories, and many collections of poems.
WINTER (1st November to 30 March)
Monday to Friday 09:00 to 16:00 (last visit 15:20)
Saturday 09:00 to 14:00 (last visit 13:20)
During staff vacations December and early January
Monday to Friday 10:30 to 13:30
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.
|Normal entrance fee||7,00 €|
|Retirees and students||5.00 €|
|Children under 12 years old (accompanied)||3.50 €|
|Groups of over 10 persons||3.50 € each|
To arrange group visits please contact in advance.
In the unlikely event that at the time you wish to visit, a group booking has been made, or that we might be closed due to major maintenance, please phone +34 971 636 185 during opening times or e-mail: [email protected]