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Port de Sóller

Port de Soller with two fishing boats, Mallorca

The nostalgic red tram from Soller travels among orange and lemon groves over to one of the most beautiful bays in Mallorca. Two lighthouses offer a view of the perfect bay and the charming harbor town of Port de Soller.

Classic wood tram train of Puerto de Soller

The Charming, Nostalgic Tram

The old tram, from as far back as1913, chugs among fruit and vegetable gardens for about 30 minutes from Sóller to Port de Sóller. In the meantime, it traverses 13 tunnels. It is the only tram system in Mallorca. In the past, the tram network has been used mainly for the transportation of citrus fruits and vegetables. Today it is especially fun for tourists, and an attraction that should not be missed.

Port de Soller, Mallorca

Harbour of Port de Sóller

The harbor still forms the center of Port de Sóller and is one of the main attractions. Among the approximately 500 berths, you can find every imaginable type of boat: fishing boats, luxury yachts and pleasure boats. Both sailing boats and motorboats can be hired for tours here. Port de Sóller is the starting point for tour boats along the northwestern coast of Mallorca, among other destinations, to the beautiful beaches of Sa Calobra and Deià. The boat trips along the coast are highly recommended, as they offer stunning views of the Tramuntana mountains. After a boat trip you can enjoy the unique view of the bay and the harbor of Port de Sóller with a dinner based on fresh fish and seafood on the waterfront.

Harbor of Port de Soller

The Towers of Port de Sóller

The Torre Picada, dating from 1622, is a fortified tower northeast of the harbor of Port de Sóller, and was built to defend against pirate attacks. Today it is privately owned. At the north eastern entrance to the port you can see the remains of the lighthouse Far de Bufador, build in 1864. In 1930, it was replaced by another lighthouse, Far de sa Creu, which stands slightly higher. Far de Cap Gros, from 1859, is the lighthouse on the western side of the harbor entrance, serving as the counterpart to Far de sa Creu.

Bay of Port de Soller in the evening, Mallorca

The Beaches

Along the north western coast of Mallorca you’ll find several noteworthy beaches close to Port de Sóller, Platja des Través and Platja den Repic being the most important. Través is the longest beach, covering about 600 meters. It’s located just south of the marina of Port de Sóller, but the sand is quite coarse. Platja den Repic is about 350 meters long and the prettier of the two beaches. Both beaches are only about 15-20 m wide, but the water is calm and shallow. Sun beds and canoes can be rented in both places.

Port de Soller with mountains


Port de Sóller is a good and popular starting point for walks and hikes. For example, the trail from Port de Sóller to Torre Picada offers a unique panorama of the bay and the Tramuntana mountains and requires no preparation. There are countless longer hikes through the beautiful rocky landscape, among the olive groves. For hiking, it is best to join one of the guided tours from Tramuntana, to make sure you don’t miss anything. The highway GR 221 passes close by Port de Sóller.

View of coast near Port de Soller

A Tip from

Enjoy the evening with good food at the Nautilus, overlooking the open sea and the harbor of Port de Sóller – and you may even catch a spectacular sunset. The restaurant is located on a cliff 50 meters above the sea.


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Tourist Information

Port de Sóller
Oficina Municipal de Turismo Port de Sóller
Calle Canonge Oliver 10
07108 Port de Sóller
+34 662 633042
+34 662 633042