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Sóller is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages on the island, where the majority of our villas are located. Perfect combination of sea, mountain, gastronomy and culture. Famous for its valley surrounded by orange trees, which flourished thanks to the cultivation of citrus, many of which were exported to France through the Port of Sóller.

It is located in the Sierra de Tramuntana (World Heritage declared by UNESCO in 2011). Only 35 km from the capital Palma de Mallorca and the Son Sant Joan airport. Its neighboring towns such as Fornalutx, Deià, Valldemossa and Escorca are between 15 and 45 minutes by car. Sóller is not far behind in activities, walks, routes ... Highlights the hiking and cycling routes through the Sierra de Tramuntana (You can rent bicycles and all kinds of equipment). The centennial Tren de Sóller connects Palma - Sóller passing through an emblematic place between tunnels, and bridges. There is also the tram that connects El Sóller and Puerto de Sóller every 30 minutes making stops in different parts of the town. Plaza Constitución: The main square of Sóller, the cheerful heart of Sóller, full of restaurants, bars and live music crowned by the majestic Church of Sant Bartomeu. The tram that connects Sóller with the port passes through the center of this beautiful square.

Saturday market in Sóller: It is one of the most traditional and popular markets in Mallorca, where you can buy all kinds of products. In the municipal market there are stalls for fruits, vegetables, cheeses, fish and meat. In Plaza del Mercat there are stalls selling clothes, footwear, jewelery and household items. It is celebrated on Saturdays, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Ca'n Prunera: Can Prunera is an outstanding museum example of Modernism in Mallorca, with Catalan influences and French Art Nouveau. It is not known exactly who was its architect, but it is attributed to Joan Rubió i Bellver (1870-1952), a Catalan architect who worked in Mallorca with Antoni Gaudí. The floral wreaths sculpted on the façade, the undulating forms of the windows and the wrought-iron balcony stand out, as well as the stained glass windows and floors, richly ornamented.

The museum houses part of the original furniture of the house and a collection of art from the 19th and 20th centuries, with works by Joan Miró, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Paul Klee, Fernand Léger and Maurice Vlaminck; There are also works by Mallorcan painters or those associated with Mallorca such as Santiago Rusiñol, Joaquim Mir, Joan Fuster or Miquel Barceló.

Puerto de Sóller: Many of our villas and apartments are located in this wonderful place.
Puerto de Sóller, a 10-minute drive from Sóller, is a natural harbor located in the Sierra de Tramontana. The beach has a length of 800 meters. It is divided into two beaches: Platja d'en Repic and Platja d'en Generós. There are plenty of restaurants on the first line where you can stroll along the promenade, enjoy an ice cream, a rich
Paella or fresh fish. From the port of Sóller boats leave every day to Calobra and Cala Tuent, idyllic coves. There is also the option to rent boats with or without a license.

Santa Catalina: Neighborhood of old fishermen's houses with lots of character, restaurants and beautiful views. Above all there is a spectacular viewpoint to see spectacular sunsets.

Chopped Tower: The Chopped Tower was used in its origins for surveillance due to the frequent pirate attacks that the town has suffered during the sixteenth century. They have a height of 11 meters and is the largest towers built in Mallorca. From the Picada Tower you can enjoy one of the best views of the Puerto de Sóller and the coastal area of the Serra de Tramuntana