Holidays to Puerto de Soller
If a relaxing and peaceful holiday in Majorca away from the frenzy of the main tourism destinations is what you’re after, visit Puerto Soller and take a stroll along the famous orange groves, absorb the atmosphere along the ancient olive vineyards or walk down to the port’s beaches to enjoy some sunshine.
Holidays in Puerto Soller, Majorca are slow paced and will help you unwind away from the crowds of the island’s more bustling Magaluf in the south. Puerto Soller is a quiet port and horseshoe shaped bay near to the town of Soller on the north western coast of Majorca and couples will love its gentle way of life. Holidays to Puerto Soller are in easy reach of British holidaymakers, with the average flight time being around two hours from any British airport.
Exploring Peaceful Puerto Soller Holidays
Puerta Soller is next to the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range which has many scenic views of small villages, olive groves, palaces and manor houses which adorn this breathtaking stretch of coast. Puerta Soller’s two main beaches are the Es Traves and Ca’n Repic, at over 20 metres wide and 800m long. Es Traves is larger, but both have a wide range of bars, cafés and restaurants which you can sit in and absorb stunning views of the bay and the El Faro lighthouse.
The nearby town of Soller is one of Majorca’s tourist hotspots so you’ll want to take a visit. Enjoy the day sightseeing the town’s 14th century style architecture and visiting the botanical gardens. Taking the tram next to Puerto Soller beach promenade to get to the town of Soller is the best way of reaching this destination. In Puerto Soller there are plenty of places to walk to, with the ‘Cami del Rost’ route leading through Soller’s hills and onto the picturesque village of Deia with its steep clifftop views over the Mediterranean. This trail gives a real taste of Soller’s laidback culture.
Get a taste of the Mediterranean along Puerto Soller’s beach promenade. Many restaurants and cafes here give a distinctive flavour of the area’s local cuisine, with specialities including seafood and Spanish fare. For a taste of Mallorca, try the ensaimada. The pastry is a regional favourite and is served with fried goose liver foie and an orange sauce. Puerto Soller has many trendy cocktail bars, so if you’re looking for nightlife, you’ll find it around the marina. Check out holidays to Palma city Majorca’s capital for other Spanish holidays alternatives.
Break Away From the Crowds in Puerto Soller
Puerto Soller has many fantastic views, great yearlong sunshine and glorious beaches, set against the traditional side of Spanish culture. For a few days away to a fortnight’s long holiday, Puerto Soller is the ideal destination. At Lastminute.com there’s lots of what could be called ‘cheap holidays to Puerto Soller’ but view them as ‘affordable and great value’ holidays. So why wait? Book all your holidays to Spain with last minute.com