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Puerto Soller Resort, Mallorca


Accommodation within 2KM from

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Aimia Hotel
0.8 Km 
Hotel Los Geranios

Closest bars, clubs & restaurants to

0.1 Km 
Es Raco Restaurant
0.1 Km 
El Pirata
0.7 Km 
Agapanto Restaurant
0.8 Km 
s'Atic Restaurant
0.8 Km 
Es Canyis Restaurant
3.8 Km 
Luna 36 Restaurant

Closest Towns and Shops

3.7 Km 
6.7 Km 

Closest Beaches

8.4 Km 
Cala Tuent

resorts, Puerto Soller Resort, Mallorca
Puerto Soller Resort, Spain

This small resort has everything a holiday by the seaside should have; a sandy beach, a beautiful marina, narrow streets to explore, quality restaurants, and even a lighthouse.

Puerto Soller is a beach resort but with a secret weapon...the wonderful old tram railway that connects the bay to the bustling town of Soller and then onwards to Palma city! Perfect for those who don’t want to lie by a pool all day. There are also other options. Boat trips are plentiful for those who like to ‘shiver their timbers’ and the bus service is great for walkers and explorers – choose your route and get dropped off or return by bus after your walk.

Spread along a perfect horseshoe-shaped bay this small resort is starting to take off in a way never imagined. The old port area has had a major face-lift, trendy hotels are now starting to open up there and stylish restaurants are the order of the day. With the great walking and cycling opportunities on its doorstep Puerto Soller is also a place to holiday in the winter months as there’re still many places open and the locals love to eat out at the quayside on sunny winter days.


The Repic beach lies to the left of the bay and is backed by a wide promenade shaded by trees with cafes and restaurants along its length. Part of the beach is golden sand but as you move past the river inlet it starts to get pebbly. There’re sufficient amenities; sun beds, parasols and cafe bars within easy reach. The water is clear and always calm thanks to the protection given by the two headlands.


A relaxed affair; stroll along the prom or enjoy a drink or a meal at the marina. A couple of ‘music’ bars provide a livelier night but the main emphasis is on good food and there’re many good restaurants in the resort. Our favourite; sitting outside of one the port cafe-bars with a coffee and brandy and people watching!
Who goes there: A real mix; couples and families wanting a traditional summer holiday but also people looking for a trendy break. In winter it’s a mecca for walkers.
Accommodation: good choice of hotels from the extremely trendy (Puerto Soller is becoming very fashionable) to the more traditional. Small number of apartments are available and private rental is also an option.

What to do:

  • Tram ride to Soller or onwards to Palma.
  • Boat trips to spots along the coast (a favourite is to the spectacularly set Sa Calobra bay)
  • Walks – there are plenty of hiking trails all around the area and along the Tramuntana mountain range
  • Sightseeing to Deia, Valldemossa, Lluc, Soller
  • Cycling


January 16th is the commemoration of St Antoni when bonfires are lit.

The celebration known as "La Fira" is held on the second Sunday in May, this is when the traditional fiesta of the Moors and Christians takes place and a battle is simulated.

On 29 June Port de Soller organises the festivities to celebrate San Pedro and on 15 July the fiestas of Nuestra Senora del Carmen.

24th August is the patron saints celebrations of San Bartolome.

Psst! Walk along the promenade, in the direction of the lighthouse, at the end you’ll come to an monument set in the pavement below a glass window. This is the launch site of a miraculous journey made by Saint Ramon. Read the story and see if you believe it!


Use the map below to navigate and see what is in the area.

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