From fishing huts to modernist mansions, from archaeological remains to art museums, from traditional houses to the factories of our small industrial revolution... In Sóller there is a great variety of buildings, monuments and constructions of all kinds that you do not owe lose during your visit to our town.
Visit them and you will discover the fascinating history of Sóller and its rich patrimonial, artistic and cultural legacy.
In the shadow of Barranco de Biniaraix, we find a village of the same name that belongs to two municipalities, Sóller...View more
Port de Sóller, located about two kilometers from Sóller, is the largest natural harbor on the north coast of Mallorc...View more
The Plaça de la Constitució de Sóller is the social and festive center of the town: most festivities and popular even...View more
At the end of Isabel II Street, almost behind the Church of Sant Bartomeu and the Plaça de la Constitució, we find th...View more
The Son Sang Cemetery of Sóller is in a way like a garden, full of plants and flowers, with statues made by well-know...View more
After a short tour around the Port de Sóller, we arrive at the Torre Picada an ancient defensive tower built between ...View more
Located on each side of the entrance to the bay of Port de Sóller, these two lighthouses have illuminated the way to ...View more
Witness to the harsh working days of the fishermen of Santa Catalina and its confrontations with the harsh conditions...View more
In number 90 of the Calle de Sa Luna we find one of the most artistic and works of modernist mansions in Sóller: Can ...View more
At number 50, Calle de Sa Lluna, currently one of the commercial axes of Sóller and an old medieval road that linked ...View more
Due to the economic boom that Sóller lived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, we can find many of th...View more
In the Plaça de la Constitució, to the left of the parish church of Sant Bartomeu de Sóller, we find the headquarters...View more
In the Plaza de la Constitución de Sóller, there is an imposing rise of a gray-limestone building in which you can st...View more
Next to the Parish of Sant Bartomeu and just where the old cemetery of the town was located is one of the places with...
Located at the feet of Béns d'Avall residential area we find a small and quiet cove of rocks known as Alconàsser. To ...
This small 17th century oratory is located at a crossroads between the Camí de Castelló -a traditional junction betwe...