Ancient olive tree


Olive grove


Soller port




Soller is an attractive town, resplendent with imposing town houses originally owned by merchants who had grown rich from the produce of the same lemon and orange groves that shelter under the mountains today.


There are many good shops and restaurants to tempt the visitor while the narrow, medieval streets force modern life to slow down and enjoy the life style of the enchanting Balearic Islands.


A replica San Francisco tram links the town to Port Soller where boats can be taken along the scenic, rugged coastline visiting Tuent cove or La Colobra beach.


The Carthusian monastery at Valldemossa was the winter quarters for George Sand and Frederick Chopin where he wrote his 'Raindrop Prelude'.


The Arab Gardens just outside Soller are a good introduction to the Moorish influence on the island. This is best seen in the capital, Palma, which has many charming shops, elegant patios, stylish houses and good restaurants together with a well-preserved 14th century cathedral and Royal Palace.

Walking paradise


Almond blossom


North coastline





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