Soller & Puerto de Soller, Majorca Island

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  • Soller & Puerto de Soller
    by ade123
  • Road from Soller to Pollenca
    Road from Soller to Pollenca
    by phalangid
  • Soller & Puerto de Soller
    by Kristina1701
  • Unspoilt Resort

    by ade123 Written Aug 13, 2011

    Puerto Soller is an unspoilt resort in a picturesque setting on the west coast of Mallorca. We found it to be an atractive town with a nice beach and a good selection of restaraunts. However, during the festival week, which this year was the first week of July, loud music is played from a platform by the marina which sometimes continues through the night until 6am ! Don't even think about booking during the festival week if you value a good nights sleep.

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    Great drive out of Soller

    by phalangid Written Feb 23, 2006
    Road from Soller to Pollenca

    The road from Soller to Pollenca is windy and dangerous but so worth the trip. While the picture here shows it in a snowstorm (very beautiful I think) it's obviously great in summertime as well. There are several obvious places to pull off and have a day-hike or eat a packed lunch. I think the reservoir halfway between the two points is great. See tip on Lluca as well, as that's on the drive and only a few miles off the main road.

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    Port de Sóller with its nice 60s charme

    by hundertmorgen Updated Jun 18, 2003

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    Port de S��ller

    A visit to Port de Sóller is an absolute must when visiting the beautiful island of Majorca. Its geology makes Port de Sóller unique. Bays with crystal clear waters and yet it is surrounded by mountains. The views are stunning! The resort has the infrastructure to cater for all visitors, with hotels, restaurants, discos, bars, pubs and shops to suit all tastes and budgets. And it could beware a nice 60s charme.

    Port de Sóller also boasts the services of "El Tranvia" which is arguably the most quaint tramcar in Europe.

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    Riding on a historical train

    by Kristina1701 Written Oct 6, 2002

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    by train from Palma to Soller, a really nice village in the mountains. On the way you'll have a view which is just fantastic: green mountains, orange and lemon trees, tiny villages,...

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