At number 50 of Calle de Sa Lluna, currently one of the commercial hubs of Sóller and the old medieval road that linked the city with Biniaraix, Binibassí and Fornalutx, we find a typical house of popular Mallorcan architecture: La Casa de Sa Lluna.
Built in the fifteenth century, La Casa de Sa Lluna stands out for the irregular pieces that form its walls, the half-point portal and the ornamentation of the windows. But, above all, it highlights the figure of "marés" in the form of a face with a hieratic attitude that represents the crescent moon and protrudes above the porch arch.
Despite sharing the same name, neither La Casa de Sa Lluna nor this curious figure of marés are what give the street its name.
Visitors of La Casa de Sa Lluna de Sóller can snoop through the shops of artisans and visit the other listed houses on Calle de Sa Lluna: walking through this narrow alley means crossing small architectural details of great beauty that explain the history of Sóller at every step.
In number 16 of Calle de Sa Lluna we find Can Prohom, an inn dating from 1758 worthy of admiring both inside and outside, later, at number 23, we find Can Bardí a historicist house and Ca la Nena, a Modernist style house, in number 52.
There are many modernist and regionalist-style houses that replaced the old medieval buildings at the beginning of the 20th century and now "decorate" Calle de Sa Lluna.
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Strolling through Sóller is to find a story hidden behind every corner, enjoy a beautiful landscape at each bend of the road, rediscover a detail that until now had gone unnoticed: walk through Vall de Sóller and be surprised by the hidden treasures that you they are waiting.