The municipality of Soller can be found on the northwest coast of Majorca, at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range. Separated into the town and the port, which are less than 2 miles away from eachother, this town perfectly combines the beautiful mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. The port area is popular amongst tourists who come in their thousands every year. In addition to this, Sóller boasts interesting cultural heritage due to the expulsion of the Turkish invaders during the 3rd century.
The Port of Soller is located less than 2 miles away from the port and is one of the most popular areas amongst visitors when the hot weather arrives. Here, you will discover the Playa d'en Repic beach and the watch tower from which you can see the entire bay.
The tram of Soller is an electric train that unites the town with the port of Soller. Enjoy a pleasant walk whilst observing the surroundings of this municipality, the greenery and the wide variety of animal species that reside there.
Soller commemorates the expulsion of the Turkish invaders from the island every May. In the 16th century, the inhabitants of the town of Soller won in expelling the Algerian pirates who sought to plunder the municipality.
Muleta Way is a route which runs to and from the Port of Soller. It is ideal for hiking lovers who want to enjoy beautiful views of the northwest coast of Majorca. Torre Picada is the main point of interest on the route.