Located on the stunning island of Mallorca, Spain, Sóller is considered one of the most charming in Europe. It is renowned for its wonderful historic center that transports visitors back in time. As you walk through the beautiful streets of this town, you can appreciate the remarkable influence of different cultures in the houses of Mallorcan architecture, as well as in the French-style palaces that coexist in harmony with modern buildings.
Sóller is also considered one of the best places to retire in Europe, as it is a quiet, relaxing place with a family atmosphere.
The 4 essential places to visit in Sóller
The emblematic train of Sóller
A unique way to reach Sóller from Palma. Built in 1912, this old wooden train runs through part of the town, crossing fields and majestic mountains on its way to the north of the island. Over the years, the train has retained its distinctive and well-kept original appearance, making it a must-see attraction for those visiting Mallorca.
Plaza de la constitución
It is the nerve centre of Sóller, a lively meeting place, surrounded by bars, restaurants and cafés. This is also where the local fiestas are held, making it an excellent place to get to know the culture of Sóller.
Church of San Bartolomé
Built in the 13th century, it has a Baroque structure, a neo-Gothic bell tower and a modern façade that was added in 1904.Church of San Bartolomé: Built in the 13th century, it has a Baroque structure, a neo-Gothic bell tower and a modern façade that was added in 1904.
The Modernist Museum of Sóller is located in this house called Can Prunera, which holds a collection of paintings by Art Serra, whose forms are inspired by nature.
The most emblematic beaches of Port de Sóller
- Playa d’en Repic. This is an ideal beach for family plans, with soft sand and small pebbles. Its waters are usually calm and crystalline and there are restaurants and small shops around for your convenience.
- Playa del Puerto de Sóller. This is a sandy beach that borders part of the natural harbour of Sóller, with fine golden sand. In the surrounding area there are bars, restaurants, shops and other places that make your stay on this beach much more comfortable.
Without a doubt, Sóller is a village well worth visiting on your next trip to Mallorca. On our “Tramuntana hidden marvels” tour, we will take you on an unforgettable journey through the majestic Serra de Tramuntana, culminating in the picturesque valley of Sóller. There, we will visit an old olive oil mill and enjoy tastings of traditional dishes, such as the famous “pa amb oli” and the refreshing Sóller orange juice. It will be a unique experience that you will remember forever.