Throughout the year a large number of fairs, traditional festivals and cultural events take place in Sóller: creating an entertainment offer that will delight the visitor who decides to mark their agenda with the dates when the streets are filled with people and Sóller is transformed to celebrate its traditions.
Among firecrackers, thunder and fireworks, Sóller is transported to the past to commemorate the victory of the people over a Saracen navy of 22 ships and 1,700 corsairs on May 11, 1561: the Sollerics are dressed in vintage clothes to represent the epic battle that begins after lunch with the Saracen landing the Port de Sóller and ends, already at sunset, with a spectacular battle in the town square.
The fire of the bonfires heats Sóller during these winter holidays. Do not miss the procession of animals before the church at the "Beneïdes" party!
The Carnival costume parade fills the streets of downtown Sóller with party and revelry!
Easter is celebrated in Sóller with processions full of passion and devotion: Holy Thursday is one of the most emotional and Easter Sunday, the most colorful.
Fair dedicated to the famous citrus fruits grown in the Vall de Sóller: try the different products that the establishments elaborate with this local fruit.
The residents of Sóller decorate with colorful carpets of flowers the procession that runs through the center of the city in honor of this Christian festival.
On the eve of Sant Joan the arrival of summer with bonfires, demons and music is celebrated.
The Santa Catalina neighborhood of Port de Sóller celebrates its seafaring roots with cultural and sports events.
Several cultural, sporting and festive events commemorate the Virgen de la Victoria, patron saint of this district of the city of Sóller.
The sailors and fishermen of Port de Sóller dress up their boats to participate at night in a spectacular procession in honor of their patron saint.
La barriada "dels Estiradors i el Celler" celebran sus fiestas patronales durante 3 días llenos de actos para niños y adultos.
The streets of the village are filled with different festive, religious and cultural events to commemorate the "Mare de Déu d'Agost", patron saint of Biniaraix.
Acts of all kinds are celebrated for a week to celebrate the Patrón de Sóller. The "Esclabutzes" put the final fire with a show of fire and demons on the eve of August 24.
The Port de Sóller is full of activities related to the sea, nautical and the union of the Sierra with the Mediterranean. Taste delicious seafood dishes in the gastronomic sample and enjoy the night of Havana songs!
The Museu de la Mar de Sóller (Old Oratory of Santa Catalina de Alejandría) is the unbeatable setting for this festival that during the fall delights the lovers of classical music.
The monumental cemetery of Son Sang is decorated to welcome the Sollerenses who are going to visit their deceased on this day.
Get on the swing train and dance until your feet tell you "enough". After regaining strength in the culinary sample with the best dishes that autumn gives us...
Welcome Christmas with this fair that fills the Plaça de Sa Constitució with craft stalls and merchants, as well as activities for all audiences.
For the Sollerics the traditional and familiar Christmas parties begin with the Missa del Gall and the Cant de la Sibil·la and end with the arrival in Sóller of the Three Kings.
Find gastronomic products of great quality and freshness: fruit, vegetables, meat, fish... directly from the gardens and the market of Sóller in your shopping bag.
From Monday to Saturday
From 9.00am to 1.00pm
The Plaza de Sóller is full of life and craft stalls and local products: find everything you need while you enjoy walking through a square full of life.
from 8.00am to 1.00pm
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