Soller is the essence of what is so special about Mallorca. Thoroughly enjoyable and totally laid back, this north Mallorcan town is a great place to visit and a fabulous place to live. Narrow, pretty lanes, lovely old stone houses, an attractive main square, bustling cafes and restaurants, gorgeous orange groves, all act as a gateway to the spectacular Tramuntana mountain range. What's more, the horse-shoe shaped beach resort of Port de Soller is just a short distance away.
The lovely north Mallorcan town of Soller is one of the prettiest in the whole of Mallorca, and because of this, it is a highly desirable choice for many looking to own a holiday property in Mallorca.
So whether your ideal holiday home is a bijou apartment, a luxury penthouse, a spacious villa or an attractive finca, we at Balearic Properties would be delighted to help you find your dream holiday property in the Soller area of Mallorca.
Just a short distance away from the railway station lies the charming Placa Constitucio, Soller's small, central square. Featuring large, ancient trees bustling bars and cafes, all is dominated by the impressive neo-Gothic St Bartomeu church. A more modernist touch is provided by the Banco de Soller, designed by a follower of Gaudi. Two major museums complete the cultural appeal of this delightful Mallorcan town.
Soller has a range of appealing hotels to choose from. One of the best is the 5-star Gran Hotel Soller (971 638 686). As the name implies, it is a grand building dating back to the 19th century. Attractions include the rooftop swimming pool and breakfast bar, plus the pretty hotel gardens.
The four-star Hotel Ca'l Bisbe (971 631 228) is set in a modern style, renovated bishop's house complete with swimming pool and garden. You enjoy lovely views out to the surrounding mountains.
Eating out in Soller and its nearby port is a genuinely pleasureable experience. There are lots of busy cafes in Soller's main square, and one of its best restaurants here is the long-established Petit Celler Cas Carreter (971 635 133). Set in a converted former wheel-maker's workshop, diners enjoy a pleasant selection of Mallorcan and Spanish dishes.
High up on the hill overlooking Port de Soller is the Restaurant Es Faro (971 633 752). Just perfect for a tasty Menu del Dia whilst taking in the lovely views of the harbour.
Apart from the spectacular train journey from Palma, Soller is easy to reach by car and bus. There is a direct major road from Palma (the Ma-11) which tunnels through the mountains, taking about 20 minutes. There is also a longer, more scenic road via the Ma-11a which hairpins over the mountains in a most attractive manner. Buses run regularly from Palma.
Situated some 3 km. inland from its port, 'Port de Sóller', the town lies in a large, fertile valley. Sóller shares its valley with the village Fornalutx and the hamlet Biniaraix, the combined population is around 12,000, and the valley is famous for its orange groves and terraces of ancient olive trees. The village Deià is just down the coast. Sóller and the port are about 20 mintes drive away from Palma and have good connections through railway, tram and bus services. The valley and its surrounding mountain range, the 'Serra de Tramuntana', is a favourite destination for people from all over the world, especially those who enjoy walking, nature, ecotourism, swimming or simply a peaceful rest away from the hustle and bustle of the better-known tourist traps. Here we offers a great selection of properties for sale, including exclusive country homes, apartments, and all kind of properties carefully selected by our property sales team.
Puerto Sóller has been steadily undergoing improvements to the seafront and, with the opening of a by-pass tunnel, it is virtually traffic free apart from the original, old fashioned tram, which has been running since 1912 connecting Sóller town to the port. The marina has been redesigned, the fishing fleet repositioned and the beach remodelled. The Jumeriah hotel is the pride of the area, it provides 120 luxurious suites with incomparable sea views, hanging over the cliff edge.
For centuries Soller has been Mallorca's fruit basket; its juicy oranges are exported worldwide. Thankfully, the fruit merchants came up with a brainwave - to build a railway from Soller to Palma! The result of this is one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Europe. This railway route became so famous that the quaint stationmaster's house has been transformed into a miniature art gallery featuring works by Picasso and Miro!
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