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This is how holiday rental owners described Sóller
Sóller and the surrounding Tramuntana mountains offer a variety of paths for long walks and hikes. This is both for the "recreational runners" who wants to enjoy the mountains and the fantastic views, as well as the trained "professional wanderers" the right route here. ...
Mallorca has excellent and varied bicycle paths and tours: both for cyclists as well as mountain biking offers exactly the Tramontana very many ways to measure themselves with the mountains while enjoying a breathtaking landscape. Mountain biking outside of public roads, however, is somewhat limited, since a large part of Mallorca is in private ownership. It is therefore recommended the use of a good map.
The place got its name because of Sóller fertile soil in which it arises. Still here, juicy oranges and lemons, sweet figs and dates and gnarled olive trees are grown. Sóller is known for its olive production, so there is, for example, two oil presses, which can be visited.
As the place is surrounded by mountains of the Tramuntana Mountains, he was up to the 20th Century to reach into difficult. 1 out of Palma is a beautiful serpentine road winds up to Soller, since 1997, also carries out a faster way to tunnel through the mountain. For this line, however, a toll is required.
The core of the city is ideal for a walk and boasts many attractions. The Plaça Sat Constitució is the center of Sóller. Here one can con leche at a cafe in the shade of the trees sit, watching the goings and regarded the adjoining parish church of Sant Bartolomeu. This originates from the year 1248 was, but later changed again and again. The colorful, gilded glass windows are beautiful to look at and inside stands a Gothic Madonna with Child Jesus in her arms.
On the other side of the Plaza Sat Constitució is the market hall. Here you can buy fresh oranges and olives from the surrounding region.
Next door stands the town hall 10 of the 17 Century with the information contained therein office. Who the furnishings of wealthy citizens to the 18th Century wants to know who may be in the Museu de Cultura Casal, look in the Carrer de Sa Dec 5, which exhibits the sleeping, dining and living rooms. Above the main road from Palma is one of the Dominican convent of Jesús. One should visit the chapel with a richly ornamented wooden cross, in the cloister of the monastery in 1748 a school was established. You can relax in the botanical garden on the outskirts. He belongs to the scientific Museu de Ciencias Naturales Balear and includes 125 different endemic plant species. Sóller is not only a remarkable little town, but also the terminus of the "red lightning".
On the north coast of Majorca, about 4 km inland, lies the small but prosperous town of Soller. Protected by the ridges of the surrounding mountains, Soller is one of the most fertile valleys of Mallorca and is therefore also called the garden of Mallorca. Unexpected change in wealth grow lemons and oranges, olives and almonds and the valley into a garden of Eden. The original and respectable place can be favorably with the historic train, the so-called red lightning to reach from Palma and is therefore popular destination for day trippers. Lies on the sea side, in a beautiful protected bay Port de Soller, the real tourist center of Soller. In close proximity to the port itself is a small but nice sandy beach and many cafes and restaurants cater for the physical well here.
The steadily growing number of active golfers in Mallorca is an ideal holiday destination to which the recovery of the whole family can best connect with the exercise of their favorite sport. Soller, you can reach e.g. the golf course Son Termens in just 15 minutes travel time, many more places in less than 30 minutes driving time to find.
In Port de Sóller is the small but well organized diving center Octopus, from May to October offering dive trips, courses (PADI) and Scuba diving.
The waters around Port de Sóller, there are about 30 dive sites, the grant by clear water, cliffs, caves and grottoes and, especially towards the end of the season, with fish diversity, including the experienced divers beautiful dives
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The bay of Sóller is surrounded by mountains and is very popular with tourists. The ride on the historic tram from Sóller's worth it: they rumble and clatter arrives at the port, located on the small beach in high season countless sunbathers. On the main road it's usually very crowded, but it turns into an off the side streets, you will discover small tranquil cafés that are not overcrowded. It is also recommended to Port de Sóller to look at from a higher vantage point. The lighthouse at Cap Gros and his opposite tower Torre Picada are best suited for it. Then one of the harbor with its small fishing boats, the beautiful bay and bustle as painted feet.
Relaxation and partying – That is what Majorca has to offer
Majorca | Majorca is not only a popular party destination in the summer but offers throughout the year a range of options to enjoy a great holiday home vacation. Choose your dream finca or a suitable holiday apartment on Majorca and discover what this Balearic Island in the Mediterranean Sea has to offer! The south of Majorca is a particularly lively place. Here you can find the island capital Palma de Mallorca with its pretty historical centre and impressive cathedral. East of that is the never ending beach Platja de Palma to goes to s'Arenal. In the midst of this party addicts will find their desire. More placid are the towns of sa Ràpita, Llucmajor, Campos and Saint Jordi as well as the splendid lovely beach of Es Trenc. Along the eastern side of Majorca you will be able to discover many small coastal resorts and lovely beaches. Particularly popular are Porto Cristo, Cala d'Or, Cala Ratjada and Santanyí. The north of the island is very much free of mass tourism. Larger towns here are Alcúdia and Pollença. This part of the island is shaped by lovely beaches and captivating natural landscape. A trip to Cap Formentor which is on the north western tip of the island and where you will find a lonesome lighthouse is worth considering. There are great holiday homes available in the north like for example in Cala de Sant Vicenç, Can Picafort, Port de Pollença and Muro. Even more secluded than the north is the west part of Majorca where one can find many remote small towns and villages. This is complemented by the spectacular mountain range Serra de Tramuntana which is the ideal place for climbers, hikers and mountain bikers with its vast area. On the south western part around Andratx and Port d'Andratx you will find many luxury villas of celebrities and it’s also much livelier here. It is also worth taking a look in the heartland of the island. The landscape is very impressive and many villages have been able to retain their Majorcan way of life. Most of the houses in the mountains and hills are traditionally restored and modern fincas. Most have their own pool and are generally cheaper than those objects at the coast. From here you can explore the countryside around you or head off to the next beach – which is never far away.
You can find further information on the largest Balearic island and vacations there in the holiday home selection for Majorca.
Discover Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera
The island group Balearics are situated about 200 kilometres off the Spanish mainland in the midst of the Mediterranean Sea. The four islands Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera all impress with their beaches, unique scenic beauty, great recreational and entertainment options and are one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. atraveo offers you more than 3,800 holiday apartments and houses on the Balearic Islands. From a small apartment close to the beach to large holiday houses ideal for family vacations all the way to luxuriously furnished houses with enough space for several people are available. Have a look at the offers for the individual islands and search for your dream house! Mallorca is the largest of all Balearic Islands and impresses with its diversity. Beach vacation, relaxation vacation, active vacation or party vacation – everybody will find something here. Menorca is situated towards the northeast of Majorca and captivates with its lovely beaches and impressive and virtually untouched natural landscape. Ibiza is more than 100 kilometres away from Majorca and Menorca. Both nature lovers and revellers will be enthralled by Ibiza. The island does not only impress with its many bays and coves where you can find lovely beaches but the vibrant nightlife in many clubs and bars is equally enticing. Formentera is the smallest of the inhabited Balearic islands and cannot directly be reached by plane but you need to take a ship from Ibiza. Those seeking tranquillity, recuperation and seclusion will very much appreciate this island. Beyond this Formentera offers splendid beaches along its western coastline and lots of scenic beauty. Which Balearic island is going to become your favourite island? Further details on every island you can find in the holiday home selection for the Balearics.