12 properties for sale in Soller

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finca in Soller

Soller, Stately villa in the centre of Soller

950 m²

1.900 m²

9

€ 3,250,000.-

villa in Soller

Soller, Unique property in the heart of Soller

908 m²

2.014 m²

14

€ 2,500,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Gorgeous palace from the 17th century in the center of Soller

1.025 m²

920 m²

5

€ 2,200,000.-

finca in Soller

Soller, Magnificent traditional Mallorcan house in Soller

328 m²

3.700 m²

6

€ 1,750,000.-

finca in Soller

Soller, Beautiful country house in Soller with an attractive spacious house

450 m²

6.500 m²

4

€ 1,700,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Traditional manor house in art nouveau style and guest house in the centre of Sóller

354 m²

485 m²

6

€ 975,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Renovated house in the beautiful village of Soller

300 m²

300 m²

6

€ 950,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Refurbished, centrally located town house in Sóller

280 m²

105 m²

4

€ 790,000.-

apartment in Soller

Soller, Great duplex apartment in the heart of Soller with views and pool.

190 m²

3

€ 765,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Refurbished village house at the centre of Sóller

300 m²

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4

€ 720,000.-

finca in Soller

Soller, Country house in need of renovation in a sought after area of Soller

235 m²

5.984 m²

4

€ 650,000.-

house in Soller

Soller, Spacious townhouse with beautiful details

322 m²

105 m²

4

€ 530,000.-

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About in Soller and surrounding area:

Soller

The "Tranvia" in the heart of Soller in the north-west of Mallorca

The town of Soller should be approached only with the "Rayo rojo", the "flashing red light". Even with the "flashing red light", the winding up of the altitude from Palma around many curves on the Coll de Soller (469 m), means never more than a 50 km top speed, but on the vintage train, you can really enjoy the scenery. It is lovely to travel by the locomotive because you have managed to climb to the mountain range of Tramuntana, in large arcs through the "valley of gold".

"Sullar", "Valley of Gold" as the Arabs of this valley named it, "Horta de Soller" as the Christian conquerors called it. Here in this sheltered valley its residents enjoyed almonds, figs, olives and citrus fruits in abundance due to the ideal climate.

„Estació del Ferrecarril“ in Soller

After the train traversed the lush gardens, the passenger arrives in the "Estacio del Ferrecarril". If the passenger can not possibly claim to be driven by the slowest train in the world, he can definitely claim to have entered the oldest station building in the world. For the venerable station is nothing other than a purpose-built estate built about 400 years ago. The station is not only old, but also a cultural centre. On the ground-floor of the station are two exhibitions of world famous painter.

"Sala Miró", showing colourful prints of the artist, who experienced an intensive period of creativity on the island. "Sala Picasso" presents ceramics from the great master of modern art.

If the traveler leaves the station, they have two options, either they take a few steps to explore the town of Soller or they just catch the "Tranvia", in the old tram, launched in 1913, which goes further to the "port de Soller" to the harbour.

„Placa Constitucio“ and Sant Bartolomeu

Anyone who makes the effort to make the short walk into the centre of the country town (population 7,000), inevitably ends up in the "Placa Constitucio" the heart of Soller. In a panorama from one of the numerous street cafés you'll see the stately Town Hall (17th/18th c.) and the parish church of Sant Bartolomeu. This church was built in the 13th century shortly after the Reconquista in place of a mosque.

Because Soller was never was safe from pirate attacks due to its vulnerable location by the sea, the church served as the fortified church in Andratx, as protection and refuge for the faithful from their enemies. This is demonstrated very clearly even today by the nave, with its thick walls and narrow slits instead of windows. The main facade was completed redesigned by Gaudi student Jean Rubió Bellver (1870 - 1952). He created a gigantic rose window with stained glass windows, so colourful light can now flood into the otherwise gloomy nave.

Sant Bartolomeu in Soller

„Placa Constitucio“ and the parish church of Sant Bartolomeu in Soller

Port de Soller

In a somewhat bumpy but otherwise peaceful tram ride you finally reach the Harbour of Soller, Port de Soller as its called by as the Majorcans or Puerto Soller, as the official Spanish name is. This natural port was used by the first merchants and settlers, Phoenicians, Greeks, and finally the conquerors, the Romans. But the evil North African pirates stormed the port in 1599/1600 to murder and plunder. The residents of Soller met the invaders and defeated them in a bloody battle with many deaths on both sides. This battle is reenacted every year in mid-May today during the "Festa dels moros i Christians" which is spectacularly loud and colourful.

In addition to this bloodthirsty past, there is also a peaceful mercantile past. Between the 17 - 19th centuries Soller exported citrus fruits mainly to France. Since that time, Soller has represented a special attraction mainly for French tourists.

Restaurant tips from our real estate experts in Soller

  • Bens d’Avall
  • Randemar (Port de Soller)
  • Agapanto (Port de Soller)
  • Cap Roig – Hotel Jumeirah Puerto Sóller (Port de Soller)
  • Ca’s Xorc
  • La Vila
  • Hotel Gran Soller