Popular Lettings in Sóller
Highlights in Sóller
- Can Prunera Art Gallery
- Sarra De Tramuntana Mountain Range
- Soller's Saturday Market
- Ca's Curial Old Farmhouse
- National Art Museum
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Soller
Searching for the perfect holiday letting in a calm beachside setting? Look no further than Soller! This rustic town in the Mallorca coastline boasts of a broad selection of Balearic-style fincas (old farmhouses) set just a few miles away from Sierra de Tramuntana and Puerto Soller. Whether you prefer waking up to scenic marine environment or the sound of farmers trooping to their citrus farms, you can be sure to find renovated holiday rentals in the village of Biniaraixor or areas adjacent to the town of FornalutxHoliday lettings of every kind
If you are traveling with your family, friends or that special someone, there are abundant holiday lettings of every size and class that you can choose from. The rural countryside roosting in the outskirts of Soller hosts spacious fincas, decorated in authentic Mallorcan style. Fancy unwinding in a tranquil outdoor setting? Book a rental in the surrounding Tramuntana hills and enjoy pleasurable views of both the mountains and the sea. Choose from Soller holiday rentals with patios, roof-top pools, fireplaces, paradisiacal gardens, and many more!
Holidays in Soller
The area and getting around
Yearning for a view of Mallorca's historical sites or a taste of the real Majorcan culture? Then look nowhere else! Soller sits on the north-west coast of Mallorca and is surrounded by luxuriant orange grooves on either side of the mountains. The picturesque town is perched at the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range. It lines up with Balearic-styled townhouses built along narrow streets. Connected to Palma by a 28km railway stretch, Soller overlooks Pollensa to the west (an upmarket tourist hub) and Cap des Pinar further north (a spectacular Balearic destination).The leading travel destination in the northern Island
If you are an art fanatic, visit Can Prunera - a splendidly carved Art Nouveau building. A short walk away in the outskirts of the town will take you to the Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences and Jardi Botanic, a private garden where you'll find abundant species of Balearic plants. At the center of the old town, you can sit outside cafes in Placa Costitucio (Main Square) or explore the excellent selection of local pastry shops, tapas bars, ice cream stalls, and freshly squeezed juice nearby. Are you tempted to move on? Stroll to the cemetery above the train station filled with potted plants and flanked by cypress trees, and savour the rich history of Soller evident through the French epitaphs on sight. While standing next to the majestic Saint Bartomeu Church, try shopping in the nearby rustic chi-chi shops selling artisan goods.
Travellers and activities
Soller offers a great selection of couple-oriented excursions. Take the trail from Soller to Cala Cuent while enjoying stunning scenery all through. If you love some intimate time with nature, stay among the citrus groves at Cas Curial or wander further to San Queta in the beautiful village of Fornalutx. Fancy a wooden train ride? Enjoy the panoramic view of the Tramuntana Mountains aboard the old caravan to and from Palma. Don't end your visit without a trip inside the old-style electric tram serving Port de Soller and the town of Soller, while trundling across idyllic orange gardens.Soller for sport lovers
Where to start? If you wish to flex your cramped muscles, try the renowned Nordic Walking course, which passes through the vast Route of Pedra. Cycling lovers can try the Coll de Soller, the problematic mountain pass, but which can be avoided by gliding through Tunnel de Soller. Hikers can dare to finish the Torrent de Pareis canyon walk while enjoying the itinerary at Sa Calobra.
One of Mallorca's epic galleries, Can Prunera in Soller encompasses drawings by legendary artists including Gaugin, Klimt, and Picasso.
Top 5 travel tips in Soller
Haggle your way through the numerous traditional market stalls every Saturday morning. The streets burst with plenty of shoppers and rustic stands. You are sure to find just about everything, from basic farm produce to trendy clothes, all in a relaxed background.2. Lap up some culture at the mountains
Visit the house of Robert Graves in the hippy village of Deia. Enjoy the delightful sea view from the cliff crest at Hotel La Residencia. You can also take a walk to the famous town of Valdemossa, where the alluring Hotel Valdemossa sits. Drink in the fascinating views from the alley and the monastery.3. Have a taste of oranges
Savour freshly-picked oranges when you tour Ecovinyassa, a citrus farm boasting beautiful architecture and tasty produce all year long. It is also worth visiting if the Orange Festival (Fira Taronja) in June finds you in Soller. Try Hotel Cas Sant if you would like a marmalade serving in the morning.4. Try the cafes and restaurants
Ranging from traditional food stalls to highly-rated Michelin restaurants, Soller brims with a huge selection of culinary dishes for all of your cravings.5. Take a trip to Port de Soller
With its charming beachfront and an open sea view, Port De Soller is a stylish locale to enjoy the waters. The port has undergone recent renovations and now boasts an attractive boulevard dotted with cafes and seats. If you would want to access a private beach, reside at the stylish Hotel Esplendido.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Sóller
Based on our data, Sóller has an average price of £235.67 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in Spain.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Sóller?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Sóller are March, February, and November, with average prices from £192.07, £193.37 and £201.79, respectively.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sóller?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Sóller, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, September, July and August with average prices per night of £301.45, £284, and £273.49, respectively.Do I need to plan a trip to Sóller well in advance?
If you decide to discover Sóller, we reccommend planning your travels in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 67% in the year 2019.What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
November, March, and January are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 55.2%, 49% and 44.75%.When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the lowest propereties available in Sóller are, in order, August, July and September, with respective average availability figures of 9.4%, 13.75%, and 19.25%, based on data collected in 2019.How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Sóller?
In Sóller we work with 34 different partners to give you a choice of 550 properties, so you will not be short of options!