Surrounded by the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana and the Mediterranean Sea as the only way out, the Valley has been inhabited by different cultures that have left their mark and have helped to build the landscape of what we know today as Sóller.
Whether for the fertile soil, for the beauty of the mountains or for the protection of its natural bay; Talayotic, Romans, Muslims and Christians decided to overcome the geographical isolation of the valley and inhabit the areas where they are currently Sóller, Port de Sóller, Biniaraix and l'Horta. Four different urban centers united by the history, traditions and beauty of the Vall de Sóller.
Enjoy walking the winding cobbled streets of Sóller while discovering the traces of its inhabitants, relive a corsair attack, observe the advances of the industrial revolution and let yourself be seduced by the details of modern architecture
The history of the Port de Sóller is linked to the sea: head there with the Sóller tram and walk through its cozy str...View more
The Biniaraix ravine is the jewel of traditional Mallorcan engineering. Without more help than wisdom when laying the...View more
At the end of Calle Isabel II, almost behind the Church of Sant Bartomeu and the Plaza de la Constitución, we find th...Discover
In the Plaza de la Constitución de Sóller there's an imposing gray-colored limestone rock building where you can stil...Discover
Located on each side of the entrance to the bay of the Port de Sóller, these two lighthouses have illuminated the roa...Discover