Lying a couple of miles inland from Port Soller, Soller is a world away from the stereotypical Mallorcan resort.
What to See in the Town
Wander through the town and marvel at the wondrous architecture littered throughout. Head to the main square, Plaça Constitucid, for a coffee and the church of Saint Bartholomew.
When you want to hit the beach, catch the tram down to Port Soller for a change from driving. Here, you will find the only sandy beaches on the west coast so be prepared for some crowds.
Discover the Area
Take a road trip along the Coll de Soller, a challenging stretch of road that leads you up into the mountains and then onto Palma. Alternatively, you could also take the vintage train if you’re not feeling especially brave!
The Tramuntana Mountains that envelope Soller Port are filled with cycling trails and paths for hiking, and the views are certainly worth the effort.
If you are looking for a glimpse of traditional Mallorca, there are a number of tiny villages dotted around the mountains. Biniaraix has a charming plaza and café to enjoy a cold drink whilst Fornalutx showcases traditional architecture.
Journey to Alcudia to explore the Roman Ruins before heading over to the excavation of Portella and nearby museum.