Soller Mallorca Transfers

Book your private transfer from Palma Airport to Soller with AT Mallorca Transfers, the leaders in private low cost airport transfers in Mallorca. 

Soller is a stunningly beautiful town and municipality on the northwest coast of Majorca, which is the largest of the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain. The town is set in a breathtaking valley that is lined with orange groves, cobblestone streets, and buildings that will charm you from the first time you set foot here.

A great place for those looking for a day trip, Soller is known for its delicious food, including the tapas bars and small restaurants that offer fresh food and a beautiful view to match. Pastry shops, gorgeous architecture, and three museums that will help you learn about Sollers past and heritage rich atmosphere await you from the moment you step off the train, bus, or taxi, and is guaranteed to captivate you and entertain you.

Outdoor activities are a big attraction here in Soller, and aside from sightseeing and exploring the city streets, indulging in delicious food, and admiring the scenery, you will have the chance to go hiking, cycling, or backpacking. Also available are activities such as boating, boat tours, swimming, and Scuba diving if you head on down to Port de Soller.

Sightseeing in Soller

Sightseeing in Soller is one of the most popular activities in this beautiful town - the flower lined cobblestone streets are a beautiful setting for a stroll with loved ones, and orange groves can be found around the city perimeter. Soller is known for its heritage and architecture, and there are plenty of different options for tours to see the sights - including train tours from Puerto de Soller and Ferrocarril de Soller. 

The Church of Sant Bartomue is located in Sollers town square, and is one of the most popular sights to see while on holiday in the city. The church, which was first built in the thirteenth century, was added to in the seventeenth century, again in 1904, and finally in 1912, each time receiving arches, towers, and other outward appearances to restore and further beautify the building.

Although mostly residential, the Old Town of Soller is worth a visit, as you can try snacks from many of the cafes here, or feel free to sample a cup of fresh squeezed orange juice. The town square is famous for its markets on Saturdays, and is quite bustling and full of life!

Places to Eat in Soller

The town of Soller is mostly famous for its small, delicious cafes that are run by individuals who love what they do. From fresh squeezed orange juice to delicious, fresh tapas and dinners, there is something for everyone, and makes sampling new foods fun!

Can Llimona is a charming cafe with a delightful atmosphere that will charm its way into your heart (and stomach!). Featuring delicious homemade pasta, salads, and a menu full of delicious foods, you can eat while looking out at the scenic courtyard. Try a glass of homemade lemonade or a slice of cheesecake for dessert!

For those who enjoy upscale dining, you wont want to miss out on Salvia Restaurant, with plenty of foods for those with a refined palate! From fresh beef to suckling pig to chocolate mousse for dessert, there are plenty of items to choose from while you dine at a table that has a gorgeous view of the mountains.

Interested in dessert? Do not forget to try Petit Cafe Frozen Yogurt! This ice cream and frozen yogurt cafe features homemade flavours that will put a smile on your face! The smoothies and milkshakes, including the new coffee smoothie, are sure to keep everyone in your family happy.

Things to Do in Soller

The town of Soller has a great deal of activities that are fun for the entire family and will allow you to make the most of your time here! Do not waste a moment - there are plenty of opportunities to get out in the sun and experience Sollers heritage!

If the thought of touring one of the beautiful orange groves in Soller is for you, you will not want to miss the Ecovinyassa tour. This tour of the Sa Vinyassa Orchard is affordable and includes a tour of the orchard, orange juice, fresh organic oranges, and a snack. It offers a look into the history of Soller, and gives you a chance to experience some of the most delicious oranges!

Museums are popular in Soller - there are three of them! The Natural Science Museum, which is located on the road leading to Palma, is a great museum for those who are interested in learning about natural science, and even has a botanical garden. Another great museum to check out is The Museu del Casal de Cultura is a museum located in a manor house and is filled with antiques and exhibits that will help you learn more about Sollers heritage. The newly opened art gallery, Can Prunera, features a permanent collection of modern art, as well as works from Picasso, Matisse, and Magritte.

For those who love cycling, the mountains around Soller are great opportunities to explore the environment and fall in the love with the town and the surrounding areas. Renting a bicycle, taking a guided cycle tour, or getting some information about great trails to take is all part of the goal of Tramuntana Tours.




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