Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Soller


The town of Soller can be found on the northwest coast of Majorca, at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range. The charming town and the port, which are less than 2 miles away from each other, perfectly combine the beautiful mountains with the Mediterranean Sea. The port area is popular amongst tourists who come in their thousands every year. Whilst you can find a number of historical buildings and monuments in the town, such as the Cathedral, as well as the exciting festival of the Moors and Christians, Es Firó, which takes place every year in May.

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    Port of Soller

    Outstanding beauty
    Port de Soller is located less than 2 miles away from the town of Soller and is one the nicest places to visit on a warm summer’s day. You can find the delightful Playa d’en Repic beach and the lighthouse from which you can see the entire bay.


  • Tram of Soller gran isla hotels

    Tram of Soller

    A tour of the area
    The electrically powered tram in Soller joins the charming town with the picturesque port. Enjoy a pleasant tour whilst observing the beautiful surroundings of this municipality with a wealth of greenery and the wide variety of animals to be discovered.


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    The Firó

    The battle of christians and moors
    One of the biggest and noisiest festivals in Majorca which takes place every May. The people of Soller commemorate the expulsion of the Moors from the island back in the 16th century in emphatic style. A beach battle takes place accompanied by fireworks.


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    The route to Muleta

    The best views of Soller
    The route to Muleta starts and finishes in Port de Soller. A pleasant hike around the north western coast of Majorca from which you can enjoy the beautiful natural landscape. The lighthouse is pinnacle of the route which overlooks the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.