Popular with day trippers the historic town on Soller near the north west coast of Mallorca is steeped in history.
At the centre of the village is the Plaça Constitució where the church of Sant Bartomeu towers into the sky. Narrow streets (a nightmare to drive around!) wind there way around the village with features rustic style townhouses and quaint tapas bars.
The biggest attraction in Soller is probably the Tranvía de Sóller (Catalan: Tramvia de Sóller) railway owned by Ferrocarril de Sóller S.A. This tram line departs from the town, weaving its way through the main square and streets and down to the Port de Soller. Of course we had to take a trip and it certainly doesn’t disappoint – the views are incredible! We also had the added luxury of having the whole tram to ourselves, check out our post at bravesoulstravel.com/soller-tram-journey-exclusive-use/
Soller is also a popular destination for cyclists, who often stop here whilst cycling the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. For us we decided to take the easier option and drive this spectacular mountain range! See how we got on at bravesoulstravel.com/driving-the-serra-de-tramuntana-mountains/
VIDEO: Sóller Mallorca
See some of our footage of us driving the narrow streets of Soller before we decide to abandon the car and go on foot! We’d also really appreciate it if you could subscribe to our channel and if you like the video then please give it a thumbs up!