Situated in a colourful valley filled with vibrant citrus groves, Soller is a popular holiday destination on the island of Majorca. This sun soaked Spanish town is well known for its relaxed atmosphere and scenic views and with so many tapas bars, ice cream parlours and cafés, this is the perfect place to sit out on a terrace and soak up the laid back Mediterranean ambience.

Soller is a picturesque town steeped in history and culture. Here you’ll find lush vegetation and farm land with the Mediterranean Sea to the front of the resort. Book your Soller transfers today and we’ll help you get the most from your holidays here. Our friendly driver will pick you up from Palma de Majorca Airport and take you to this holiday haven in no time at all.

Wander through the streets and soak in the laid back atmosphere of the town, stopping off in one of the cafés where you can enjoy a coffee with the locals as they just watch the world go by. Enjoy delicious meals in one of the restaurants you’ll find dotted through the town, where you’ll find an excellent range of dishes on offer. Here you can choose from tapas, delicacies and ice cream as you soak up the sunshine. 

There is no shortage of fascinating sights to see in Soller. The Natural Science Museum is a converted 19th Century manor. This elegant museum houses some of the most impressive fossils, flora and fauna that the Balearic Islands have to offer and the beautiful botanical gardens on the museum grounds are home to the rarest and most exotic plants anywhere in Spain. Another amazing example of culture and history in Soller is Can Prunera, the art gallery. Classic masterpieces by world famous artists such as Picasso, Matisse and Magritte are exhibited here, among cutting edge examples of modern art.

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Soller is located in a picturesque valley of orange groves between the sea and epic Tramintana mountains. It is home to a number of cosy cafes, pastry shops and tapas bars which make it an ideal destination for anyone wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The town is situated a couple of miles away from Port de Soller, which plays host to a number of festivals every year and can easily be reached via tram. Many Palma residents come here during their spare time, with the journey from the city to Soller being particularly picturesque.

The biggest festival on the Soller calendar is May’s Moors and Christians festival, which includes a re-enactment of a battle that occurred in 1561 between the locals and pirates. Many UK tourists plan their journey to coincide with the event. Though there aren’t many restaurants in Soller itself, you’ll spot a diverse range of places to eat if you head down to the Port. The wider area is a favourite amongst cyclists and walkers and is home to a series of highly enjoyable trails.

Soller’s town square is great hub for enjoying some of town’s many attractions. The square itself plays host to a local market which is held each Saturday and is framed by the picturesque church of Sant Bartomeu which is well worth popping into for a taste of Soller’s history.

Photographers may wish to head to the the 15th century La Casa de la Luna or the 18th century Baroque style La Posada de Ca´n Prohom which is where the town’s rich agricultural owners resided. The town is home to three notable museums, which include the Natural Science Museum, which boasts its own botanical garden. Alternatively, the C’an Prunera art gallery is also highly-recommended. 

Key facts

  • Currency: EUR: Euro
    Language: Catalan and Spanish, English widely spoken
    Approximate flight time from the UK: 2 hours, 20 minutes
    Time zone: GMT +0/ +1

Great for

Relaxation seekers: If you wish to embark upon a quiet holiday whist enjoying epic rural scenery, Soller may well be for you. Soller is a good match for those who prefer relaxation over partying.
Fact-finders: There are many interesting historic sites and buildings in the area. If you’re a fan of museums and art galleries, Soller could be the right kind of destination for you.
Coffee lovers: The town’s main square is home to a number of inviting cafés where you can sit for an hour or two and watch the world go by. 

C'an Prunera

C’an Prunera is a modernist mansion that houses an impressive collection of modern art pieces. It is located in the old town of Soller and is a big draw for lovers of art and architecture. The building was designed by Josep Rubio I Bellver, the man behind the Banco de Soller and the façade of the Church of Sant Bartomeu. It features works by artists like Picasso, Miro and Leger and plays host to temporary and permanent exhibitions. The gardens at C’an Prunera are regularly used for concerts and other events. C’an Prunera can be reached from the main square within two minutes.
Address: Carrer de sa Lluna, 86-90, 07100 Sóller, Illes Balears, Spain
Opening times: 10:30-6:30, Tuesday-Sunday

Port de Soller

Port de Soller is located just a few kilometres away from Soller itself. It is overlooked by a promenade and a tram line. There are many cafés located on the promenade, with many people arriving here early in the morning to see the local fishermen return with their catch of the day. You can get here from Soller via the tram, which is seen as a key tourist attraction in its own right. A number of gift shops and convenience stores can be found at the port, whilst the harbour accommodates a wide range of boats, yachts and cruisers. The port is also home to two of the only sandy beaches in the region.
Address: Port de Soller, Majorca, Spain


Many people choose to stay at Soller because of its proximity to Palma. The city has something to offer people of all ages and is home to some of Palma’s most notable attractions. Fans of classic architecture are catered for excellently by the old town with its many distinctive boutiques to marvel at and enjoy. The city is home to the famous tree-lined promenades La Rambla and Passeig des Born, with other big draws including the La Seu cathedral and the Parc de la Mer where a host of festival and concerts are held each year. Palma also boasts a marina and a district called La Llonja, which includes a range of art galleries and independent shops.
Address: Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain

Tramuntana Mountains

The epic Tramuntana Mountains draw people to Majorca from all over the world. The mountains stretch out for the length of the north west coast and involve peaks of almost 1,500 metres. Photographers are consistently impressed by the towering sea cliffs, charming and picturesque villages and orange groves located in the region. Many tourists choose to explore the region by train, though it offers a number of exceptional walking and cycling routes. The mountains offer unforgettable cinematic sights that are not to be missed.
Address: Serre de Tramuntana, Majorca, Spain

Sunset Lounge Bar

As its name would suggest, the Sunset Lounge Bar at Port de Soller is an ideal venue for anyone wishing to watch the sun go down whilst sipping on a refreshing evening drink. The venue offers exceptional views of the Tramuntana Mountains, the port and the Mediterranean Sea. The Sunset Lounge Bar is synonymous with mouth-watering sushi, delicious cocktails and fine wines and regularly receives top ratings on the main tourist review sites, consistently being cited as the best sunset bar Majorca has to offer. It is located at the top of the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa.
Address: Calle Belgica, s/n, 07108 Port de Sóller, Illes Balears, Spain

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