A port tucked away scenic village that due to its remote location was largely spared from overdevelopment, Port De Soller is a picturesque harbor ideal for a relaxing vacation in a graceful setting. Situated in a large horseshoe bay, this harbor town is famous for some of the most romantic sunsets the Mediterranean has to offer, beautifully enjoyed in the privacy of your own chartered yacht.
Hidden in the foot of Serra de Tramuntana, Port De Soller sits on the natural bay where the impressive mountains meet the turquoise seas. The waterfront here is pedestrianized, so there is very little traffic to interrupt the alluring sound of sea waves that make this oasis just heaven for a tranquil vacation with family and friends.
For some fun during breaks from cruises, enjoy a passeggiata by the azure seas, where you’ll find an abundance of vibrant cafes, bars, and shops to pick up lovely souvenirs that will remind you of the amazing time you’re bound to spend here.
In case you find yourself in the mood for a festive dinner, book a table at one of the upscale restaurants where you can enjoy a gourmet experience in a truly distinctive atmosphere.
Sa Figuera is famous for its Mediterranean dishes prepared with a Mallorcan twist, while the setting of Es Finals restaurant boasts a breathtaking setting, located on a clifftop above Puerto Soller to offer both endless views and mouth watering meals with the signature of the renowned chef Javier Soriano.
The Marina Tramontana ensures a carefree cruising experience with bountiful berths that can welcome yachts that range from 12 to 40m in length, although for larger vessels docking can be arranged upon request. With private parking, maintenance services, water and electricity supplies, and a great chillout bar, you are only required to bring your good spirits.
If you find yourself in the mood for some recreation, Port De Soller presents a variety of opportunities to enjoy aquatic activities, water sports, hiking, and climbing. Don’t miss out on visiting the iconic Train of Sóller and its Tram, dating to 1912.
Yachting aficionados should definitely visit Museu De La Mar, a small maritime museum located inside an ancient monastery where you can learn more about the town’s long standing affair with sailing and the sea.