Sóller is a village in the Balearic Islands, located on the northwest coast of the island of Mallorca. It comprises seven population centers, which are, Sóller, Puerto de Sóller, L’Horta, Biniaraix, Es Estiradors, Ses Argiles and S’Alqueria des Comte. And it is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.
The best way to enter is the wooden train that crosses mountains and beautiful places and reaches the center of the population. Afterwards, stroll through its historic core and you will feel immediately transferred to other times. In this town have lived such important people as Archduke Luis Salvador who claimed to be the most beautiful on the island.
The name Sóller comes from the Arabic word “suliar”, which means golden bowl, a very adequate name to describe the fertile valley of orange trees that surrounds it.
In the architecture of this place, stand out the works made by Joan Rubid, disciple of Gaudí, The Church of San Bartomeu and the bank of Sóller. The palaces of French influence are also excellent. And it is essential to visit the Can Prunera Modernist Museum and the Sa Fàbrica de Gelats ice cream shop.
Price: To Consult
Duration: Minimum 3 hours.
Transportation from pick up point and back.
Extras: Aperitif or lunch.
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