Port de Sóller (Mallorca)

In the north of Mallorca and surrounded by the mountains of the Sierra de Tramuntana is the Puerto de Sóller, where ist visitors can find the beauty of Playa d’en Repic and that of the port located in the same bay, the two beaches are at ends of the area.

An emblematic place in Mallorca located in the northeast of the island, visitors are attracted by the peace of its beaches, the light and the color of the Sóller valley.

The wooden tram runs through the center of the town of Sóller and continues to the port, bordering the beach, and was designed for the transport of passengers but was also used for freight traffic to the port, their wagons transported, among other things, coal to the military base of submarines in the Puerto de Sóller.

On Thursdays you can visit the Puerto de Söller market on Antoni Montis street all year round, where you will find a wide variety of Mallorcan products.

Fans of hiking and cycling or simply for those who want tranquility the Puerto de Sóller it is an ideal place for visitors who want to rest, away from the tourist bustle of other areas of Mallorca. The mountainous landscapes in the area offer an ideal reason for hiking enthusiasts. The old road that connects the Puerto de Sóller with Palma city that goes up and down the mountain has become an attraction for cyclists.

Fans of hiking and cycling or simply for those who want tranquility the Puerto de Sóller it is an ideal place for visitors who want to rest, away from the tourist bustle of other areas of Mallorca. The mountainous landscapes in the area offer an ideal reason for hiking enthusiasts. The old road that connects the Puerto de Sóller with Palma city that goes up and down the mountain has become an attraction for cyclists.

The lighthouse of the Puerto de Sóller SaCreu is located on a cape just past the marina, a ten-minute walk from Playa d’en Repic. You cannot access the tower but this area is an excellent place to see the landscape of Puerto de Sóller. You can visit the lighthouse whenever you want and there is no charge.

The Puerto de Sóller was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco making it a unique enclave, highlighting its natural port.