01Sóller

The town flourishes in a valley surrounded by olive groves and orchards, and in the air one breathes in peace and tranquillity. A commercial town fond of the produce of its own land, like oranges, olive oil, jams or ice cream, some of which are marketed under the seal of quality Fet a Sóller. In narrow streets with tiny pavements you will
come across shops decorated with excellent taste offering exclusive products, especially in the shopping street of Calle de Sa Lluna. A walk around the town centre will enable you to appreciate the palatial buildings constructed between the 19th and 20th centuries by emigrants who made their fortune in America and France. The Railway station is where the train which has connected Palma to Sóller since 1912 arrives, and on the ground floor there is an exhibition of ceramics by Pablo Ruiz Picasso and two series of engravings by Joan Miró. The town houses architectural jewels of Modernism, such as Can Prunera — a Modernist museum—, the façade of the Sant Bartomeu parish church and the Bank of Sóller. These last two buildings preside over the square of Plaza de la Constitució, full of bars and good atmosphere. In the second week in May Sóller holds its Moors and Christians fiestas and show of local products and crafts from the island.

  • Further information

    Soller Tourist Information Office
    T. +34 971 638 008 | visitsoller.com

    Barranc de Biniariax.
    An old cobbled path surrounded by farms with ancient olive tres, a hiker’s heaven
    conselldemallorca.net

    Fornalutx.
    Take a car or taxi to cover the 5 km leading to this village of cobbled streets and houses with painted roof tiles, set amidst terraces and orange tree orchards.
    T. +34 971 631 901 | ajfornalutx.net

    Jardines de Alfàbia.
    Alfàbia Gardens. From Sóller you can go by train to the Alfàbia estate to visit this emblematic rural estate or possessió which contains gardens that are unique in Mallorca.
    T. +34 971 613 123 | jardinesdealfabia.com

    Taxi
    taxisbaleares.com

  • Location

    • Recommended anchorage
    • 39°46'1.61"N - 2°42'57.48"E
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02Ca’n Boqueta

Inaugurated in 2010, Ca’n Boqueta soon became a beacon of good cuisine in Sóller, with a touch of elegance and sophistication. Located in an old house with high ceilings and stone walls, it has a beautiful inner courtyard with capacity for around 40 people. It serves up well-prepared Mallorcan cuisine updated with ingredients from the land and the sea of the island. It has a daily set menu and in the evening, a tasting menu with wine pairing option.

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03Miceli

Ever since it opened in 2012, this has been a space designed transmit and share Marga Coll’s love of excellent cuisine: the former dining room of a 19th-century Mallorcan house where the cook and her siblings grew up. The menu is written out every morning, with dishes that change with the season and depending on the produce available in the market, which the chef visits every day. Marga Coll has worked in different prestigious establishments and has run the Amadip Esment restaurants.

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04Ca Na Toneta

Maria Solivellas – at the stoves – and her sister, Teresa, have been running the Ca Na Toneta restaurant for eleven years now. A place where you will be surprised and enjoy the most authentic flavour of Mallorca. Fantastic cuisine based on strictly seasonal local produce, much of which consists of ecological food grown on the family estate. Their culinary proposal is expressed through a six-course menu: two starters, a savoury ‘coca’, one fish course, one meat course and dessert. Reservation recommended.

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05Béns d’Avall

Since 1971, a reference in the Balearic cuisine. Located in a unique environment, on a cliff in the North coast of Mallorca, where Chef Benet Vicens, along with his wife Catherine and his son Jaume offer visitors the best of the Islands through their natural, healthy and creative proposals”.
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06Other
Services

Can Prunera Modernist Museum

A modernist house turned into a museum with an impressive collection of paintings
T. +34 971 638 973 | canprunera.com 

Sóller Train

A train with wooden carriages has linked Palma to Sóller since the beginning of the last century
T. +34 971 630 130 | trendesoller.com

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