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Sóller Majorca villas

Hundredrooms will find you your apartment in Sóller quickly and with ease. Choose from the best accommodation that we can offer from the offer of over 100 partners. We ensure that you have more than seven million apartments to choose from. A luscious town nestled in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range, this Mallorcan beauty is certainly worth the visit for its stunning surroundings and citrus-rich groves. We can find you the most charming Modernista Sóller Majorca villas that are sure to enchant you and place you at the heart of one of the most beautiful areas on the island. Some of Mallorca’s most decorative buildings are in this village alone, such as the Can Prunera and the Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences. Located a short distance via tram is Port de Sóller, which is also equally as desirable when reserving somewhere to stay but is instead located by the coast. This area has it all - an abundant valley full of citrus groves, UNESCO-protected mountains and the Mediterranean sea with many azul coves to be explored. Many people use Sóller as a base for their sporting activities, such as cyclists who travel here to complete the Coll de Sóller, or families looking to find holiday accommodation to use as a base for the likes of hiking and Nordic walking. We take the time to analyse the ratings of previous guests for you to create an evaluation so that you get the best out of your short-stay apartment. Booking a villa in Sóller has never been easier. You can see all the necessary information on one page and customise what you’re looking for according to your needs and enjoy a fantastic holiday in the divine town of Sóller.

Sóller Accommodation

Sóller is a historic town which didn’t see much of the Roman occupation in Majorca, probably due to its seclusion from the rest of the island, which has since been altered during the 1990s with a tunnel and toll road directly through the mountain. Soller derives from ‘sulliar’ meaning ‘golden valley’, a name given to the town by the Moorish lords. Booking holiday rentals in Sóller means that you can also benefit from such exclusion from the rest of the island, with mainly the old-style tram between the Old Town and the port being the best ways of getting around. Sóller as a settlement was often highly desirable for its rich land; the Moorish invasion posed regular threats as they saw the potential of the ‘Vall d’Or’ (Golden Valley) with its plentiful orange and lemon groves. The town has been rich in exports for a long time, which is shown in its direct rail network to Palma and to the Port de Sóller via an ornate tram. This authentic town has a particularly noticeable French influence due to the locals that worked there through the orange trade, the French connection with the conquest of Majorca by Jaume I and also the French Revolution in 1789 which saw many French farmers flee to the island.

Holiday rentals in Soller

Holiday lettings in Soller

When to visit Sóller

We recommend that you visit Sóller during the months of March and April, or in September. You are sure to enjoy the sunshine, but make the most of the island with fewer tourists and milder temperatures. The temperatures at this time of year average out at around 14 to 18 degrees Celsius, which, during this period of staying in the mountains means that you can still explore lots without getting too hot. The summer months of July and August are when prices of Sóller apartments and temperatures are at their highest. If you’re looking for low prices on your accommodation, a secret to know is that the months of September, October and even November are attractive months to book your holiday. Sóller is a beautiful place to book your Sóller rentals during this period, particularly if you’re travelling to Majorca as a cyclist. The prices have normally lowered and the temperatures are still warm and the days long. If you’re visiting for a cultural event, we would highly recommend visiting in May/June when the Orange Festival (Fira Taronja) takes over the town with the celebration of oranges and citrus. The island is also host to a range of festivities such as the Saint Sebastian festival in January and the Easter celebrations in March and April which are all interesting to see in various towns across Majorca.

Points of interest in Sóller

Ca’n Nou: This is a modernist building with large shutters typical of the region, a balcony and a beautiful tower. It is featured on the luscious Avenue Cristóbal Colon.

  • Sóller Botanical Garden: For plant lovers and botanists, this garden is utopia. It is a collection of rare species in the Balearic islands and is now one of Spain’s largest collections of seed banks.
  • Ecovinyassa: An incredible example of a citrus orchard in the heart of the valley. It is a large and bountiful area with a unique microclimate, and is a spot where you can learn about the history of the orange trees of the town. The surroundings are particularly impressive, as it is situated underneath the rocks of the Alfabia ridge.
  • Els Cornadors: This is the mountain range in Sóller which forms part of the Tramuntana.
  • Platja d’en Repic: This beach is a mix of sand and pebbles and is a top spot near to the village for families. It is complete with a boardwalk and sun loungers and many restaurants and small shops nearby.
  • Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró Museum: This town is full of secrets to be discovered, and one certainly must be this small exhibition in the railway station of Sóller of two famous artists.
  • La Posada de Moncaire: A palace with intricate roof tiles of geometrical patterns, and is another great example of wonderful architecture. This building in particular shows the civil baroque style.
  • La Casa de la Luna: Its frontage dates back to the 15th century and has a limestone relief carving of the moon in the roof. It is a nice example of some of the town’s architecture.
  • The Natural Science Museum: Another example of the Modernist architecture that is sure to enchant you upon visiting this village.
  • Museu del Casal de Cultura: A modest home with an elaborate garden that was built in 1740. It is now a ethnological museum of the town and surrounding area.
  • Can Prunera: This museum is perfectly preserved and presents a great example of Modernism in the heart of the town. It hosts many tours and exhibitions. It has a very elaborate frontage and dates back to around 1909.
  • Church of Sant Bartomeu: The church in the main square of the town was built before 1236. It currently has a baroque facade.
  • Serra de Tramuntana: The UNESCO-protected mountain range in the north-west of Majorca, and the natural surroundings of the village of Sóller.
  • Fornalutx: Voted the prettiest village in Spain, it is certainly worth visiting some of the neighbouring villages while you stay in one of the best luxury villas in Sóller. It is characterised largely by its stone buildings, gorgeous mountainous setting and red tiled roofs.
  • Biniaraix: A neighbourhood micro-village adjoined to Sóller that is equally as stunning and certainly worth the visit.
  • Cas Curial: A classic country house in the town which is set in a wonderful estate with views over the mountains.
  • Sóller Cemetery: The statues and mausoleums of past residents of the town is something to be marvelled at, as it is set in a beautiful garden with incredible flora and statues.

Similar destinations to Sóller

  • Alcúdia: A beautiful town in the north of Majorca which was built to ward off pirates! It has an ancient stone wall and is weaved with an intricate history. You may be interested in staying in a holiday apartment here.
  • Cala Millor: A family friendly holiday resort on the east coast with beaches galore and far more to explore nearby.
  • Port de Sóller: The neighbouring village to this town hidden in the valley is the village which is equally as stunning - here you can also find apartments to rent. It is one of the few places with both sea and mountains - you will be blown away by the views.
  • Menorca: Alternatively, you can look at the little sister of Majorca, and visit this virtually untouched island which is rural and tranquil.