Most popular Villas in Sóller
Highlights in Sóller
- Michelin Star menus and Mediterranean flavours
- Fantastic beaches
- Great hiking trails
- Fabulous nautical offer
- Cultural old town
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Villas in Soller
Soller has great villas with an ideal location to explore the golden valley. Stroll among colourful orange and lemon plantations and breathe in the sweet perfume of citrus. Book a villa in Port de Soller by the sea and come to dive into the waters of the Mediterranean before relaxing on the terrace of your holiday villa. Or you can also opt for the old town of Soller and spend a dreamlike stay in the historic district of the city, with its imposing buildings. Surrounded by the rolling hills of the Serra de Tramuntana, the beautiful and small town of Sóller is located in the Vall d'Or. The heart of this historic town is in its lands. A villa in Soller is therefore an ideal starting point to explore the rocky mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana.Villas with all the amenities
Booking a villa in Soller is the ideal option for family holidays, group celebrations and romantic stays. Properties with room for 8 and 10 people, with a Mediterranean architecture and bright colours. Traditional, refurbished or modern villas are waiting for you in Soller. Enjoy the sea views every morning from your terrace or balcony. Have a power nap under the shady trees of the garden, by the pool and enjoy nice dinings al fresco or delicious BBQs in the patio.
Travellers and activities
In addition to its wonderful natural surroundings, Soller offers you magnificent white sandy beaches with crystalline waters that can be enjoyed most of the year due to its privileged climate. They are divided between the beaches of Puerto de Sóller itself and those found nearby. All of them, ideal to enjoy a fantastic family holiday. From sandy to rocky beaches, from charming hidden coves that will provide all the privacy and relaxation you need to large beaches equipped with all kinds of services. From the most accessible because they are within the town centre to others that can only be reached on foot or by boat. Every traveller will find the perfect beach to spend the day lounging in the sun. The most popular ones are those of Repic, Sa Calobra, Faro, Través and Cala Deia.Soller for hiking lovers
Go and explore the Tramuntana mountains and its overwhelming landscape. This is one of the most beautiful areas for hiking. You can follow a large number of marked trails that go along the coast and cross the mountain, so you can discover all the natural wealth of the environment. Make sure you hike the trail from Soller to Cala Tuent and then get on the boat back! Enjoy magnificent views of the steep and irregular part of the island from the top of the Puig Major. Take a walk to the lighthouse of Cap Gros and discover unparalleled views over the coast. The port of Soller, in the region of Muleta, is an interesting starting point for this excursion.
Despite the plague that struck the orange groves in 1865, and after knowing the benefits of the vitamin C, the rail link to Palma in 1912 helped to improve the trade of oranges and lemons to the rest of the island and boost the economy of the village.
Top 7 travel tips in Soller
Due to its rich past and its traditions, the historic neighbourhood of Soller offers numerous tourist attractions. The church of Sant Bartomeu is worth the detour due to the mixture of its different architectural styles. Built in the thirteenth century, it has undergone constant renovations until it acquired its current Baroque style, with a neo-Gothic bell tower. Culture lovers will be able to admire the archaeological discoveries that date from this time in the Ethnological Museum, or admire works by Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró in the station building. If you walk through the town, you will pass in front of monuments and architectural discoveries that are worth contemplating.2. Visit the Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden of Soller opened its doors in 1985 and allows you to discover the endemic flora of the Balearic Islands. Stroll through this green space or opt for a guided tour of the place if you want to know a bit more about the story of this site. Smell the perfume of the flowers of the Balearic Islands and avoid a few moments of the turmoil and effervescence of the city filling your lungs with pure air and flower essences.3. Get on the train!
A train ride aboard the Soller Train, also affectionately known by the name of Red Lightning, will delight the whole family. You will discover the surroundings of Soller during a trip with the charm of yesteryear. The sound of a bugle is the signal for the train to start its journey, and you will enjoy the warm comfort of the carriages with padded leather seats and mahogany panels. In an hour, you can reach Palma de Mallorca and discover the capital of the island.4. Enjoy the nautical offer
Due to its privileged location by the sea, Soller has a wide range of nautical activities for you to choose from. Explore isolated coves and wild caves or rent a boat and navigate the blue sea along the coast. You can choose to explore the underwater depths on the west coast of Mallorca. Take a dive course and go racing with the fish! The Mediterranian will make you fall in love with its waters and with Soller.5. Go to the port
The port of Soller has a picturesque seafront and beach. This is a great spot to enjoy the water. The port has been upgraded and features a pretty seafront promenade dotted with comfortable benches to take a rest and lovely cafes to enjoy a nice pastry with a coffee or a tea. The port also has a sandy beach where you can unwind and relax for the day.6. Taste the delicious oranges
The town of Soller was built on the success of the local citrus fruits. The orange groves have been producing the juicy and delicious oranges that have made this area so popular. Take a trip to the citrus farm Ecovinyassa and have a tour and a taste of this much appreciated fruit. If you happen to visit Soller around late May and early June, you will enjoy the Orange Festival (Fira de la Taronja) where all the events are orange related. Even the local restaurants create a menu that includes citrus in their recipes. Yummy bites that will raise your taste buds!7. Reach the stars on earth
Soller brims with culinary offers! From traditional eateries to Michelin Star menus in sophisticated restaurants. Next to Soller, in Deià, Es Racó d’es Teix is a family-run restaurant where its chef Josef Sauerschell turns his passion into art for your senses. Enjoy Mallorquin traditional cuisine as well as the à la carte and tasting menus. Pair every bite with the best wines recommended by the sommelier and get an impeccable service to enjoy a perfect lunch or a fantastic evening. The taste of the suckling pig or the delicious Tramuntana lamb with capers will stay in your memory for years to come.