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Soller has always been apopular place for people to look for houses for sale in Mallorca. Soller is such a beautiful townand it’s easy to see why so manyhouse hunters visit here looking for that dream house for sale in Soller in the north of Mallorca.
Sòller is one of the most authentic and traditional towns on the island. It is a popular destination for day-trippers, who want to experience the atmosphere of Mallorca at its finest and get away from the busy coastal resorts. Many take the charming vintage train from Palma that passes through wonderfully scenic countryside; others prefer to take the other scenic route through the Tramuntana mountain range, amazed by Mallorca’s stunning landscape.
The main square, the Plaça Constitució, is the place to sit, sip a coffee or a glass of freshly pressed orange juice and enjoy the feeling of being a part of Mallorca’s way of living. Tapas bars and pastry shops selling delicious temptations await a daily on-storm of delighted visitors who want to indulge in these delights.
Sóller remains a very local town; very few foreigners who have bought a Mallorca property for sale in Sóller live here all year round. So it makes sense to visit during the off-season months, if you want to experience local life at its best. Sóller is a few kms away from its port, Port de Sóller, both locations are connected by a cute vintage tram which is a major attraction for visitors to the area. A ride on the tram from the town down to the port is a wonderful experience. It takes you through orange groves and goes so slowly that you can actually pick an orange off one of the trees when you pass by!
The area is the perfect location for fans of hiking and mountain biking there are many trails for both sports, most are very well maintained and sign-posted, so you cannot get lost. Best buy a guide in town before you set off, so that you do not intrude on privately owned land. Cyclists will face great challenges and be tested by plenty of winding ascents and descents.
Property hunters will not be disappointed in here in town. It is a typical Mediterranean town with many stately, authentic residences, some of which have been converted into fantastic hotels. The streets in Sóller are picture-book pretty and in springtime the owners of the town houses like to spruce them up with plenty of plants and blossoms. There are always wonderful town houses for sale in Sóller and who would not wish to live near to a favourite café on the Plaça Constitució.
Country properties are dotted all over the valley between the town and the port. Some are tucked away higher up in the mountains and offer wonderful sea views. Lovers of authentic country life could not make a better choice than buying a country home for sale in Sóller and enjoying the best of two worlds, a scenic mountain setting only a few kms away from the sea.
In the second week of May, one of the main historic events is re-enacted by locals: the battle between the Arab pirates and the Christian inhabitants in commemoration of a battle that actually took place in 1561. Locals are divided into 2 camps: those who play and dress up as pirates and those who play the Christians. The battle takes place on the beach in the port – just like it did many centuries ago! As always, Mallorca likes to combine history with fantastic festivities and Sóller’s are legendary!
Many inhabitants in Sóller have French ancestors these had immigrated to Sóller during the French revolution, thus escaping the guillotine. Business in the town flourished the export of olives and oranges to France proved to be a lucrative trade. This trade brought a great wealth to Sóller and so impressive manor houses and public buildings were built that gave Sóller an appearance of grandeur that was hardly seen in other towns on the island in those days. To find out more about Sóller’s history, visit one of the museums in town.