Sóller, Mallorca - Map and Information

Map of Sóller


Sóller, Mallorca

Distances:

Accommodation within 2KM from

3.2 Km 
Hotel Los Geranios
3.5 Km 
Aimia Hotel


Closest bars, clubs & restaurants to

0.2 Km 
Luna 36 Restaurant
3.2 Km 
s'Atic Restaurant
3.3 Km 
Es Canyis Restaurant
3.4 Km 
Agapanto Restaurant
3.7 Km 
El Pirata
3.7 Km 
Es Raco Restaurant


Closest Towns and Shops

3.7 Km 
Puerto Soller Resort
6 Km 
Deià
8 Km 
Bunyola
9.6 Km 
Alaró
9.7 Km 
Valldemossa


Closest Beaches

9.7 Km 
Cala Tuent




resorts, Sóller, Mallorca
Sóller, Spain

Spectacularly set in the wide valley beneath the Puig Major, at 1,445 m the highest mountain in the Tramontana mountain range, the towns prosperity is down to the humble orange.

Soller is a real town that doesn’t pander to tourists. It has narrow cobbled streets just begging to be explored where you can discover original features such as the stone hewn laundries that nestle by the stream. It has a lovely ambience and amazing modernist architecture – thanks primarily to the locals who returned from a far after making their fortune and attempted to outdo each other with grand houses in the 'new' style. It can be reached easily from Palma by train and many holidaymakers enjoy a day trip from Palma as they can stop in the town and then carry on to the bay resort by tram.

Beach:

There is a beach in the bay resort of Puerto Soller and it's very easy to get there by the regular tram that leaves the towns station. In cooler months enjoy the lovely downhill walk through the countryside to the resort and then catch the tram back up.

Nightlife:

A relaxed affair built mainly around the restaurants and bars surrounding the square, or you can catch the tram and enjoy the vibe down on the bay at Puerto Soller.

Who goes there:

This is a true year round resort and so attracts walkers and cyclists in the winter months whilst summer brings in mainly couples and families. Soller town attracts holidaymakers who want more than a beach holiday, although Puerto Soller is still very much a traditional resort.

Accommodation:

Although fairly limited there are some fabulous options; boutique hotels, funky B & Bs and even a 5* hotel...this place is on the up! Package tour style hotels are not to be found here...you have to holiday on the bay for those.

What to do:

  • Ride on the only private passenger train existing in Spain today into Palma or the vintage gram to the port area.
  • The Balearic Natural Sciences Museum and Botanical gardens
  • The Cathedral - designed by a student of Guadi (who also designed the modernist building next door, now a bank)
  • Miro and Picasso art displayed in the train station gallery
  • Local market each Saturday selling handicrafts and local produce
  • Sports such as hill walking, hiking and cycling are popular activities

Fiestas:

January 16th is the commemoration of St Antoni when bonfires are lit.
The celebration known as "La Fira" is held on the second Sunday in May, this is when the traditional fiesta of the Moors and Christians takes place and a battle is simulated.

On 29 June Port de Soller organises the festivities to celebrate San Pedro and on 15 July the fiestas of Nuestra Senora del Carmen.
24th August is the patron saints celebrations of San Bartolome.

Psst! Visit at Orange Blossom time in April and get a real treat for the senses as the beautiful scent wafts across the valley.


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