1-2 hours approximately.
Carretera Palma- Sóller Ma -11 (Over the mountain pass or Coll de Sóller)
If you have the time, this is the best option for seeing the route of the old cart path, now occupied by the current road, which once had to be taken in order to enter or leave the Valley of Sóller, thus giving an idea of how geographically isolated its inhabitants were.
Carretera Palma- Sóller Ma-11 (Through the tunnel)
If you want to reach the Valley of Sóller from Palma quickly, this is the fastest way. You will need to pay a toll.
Carretera Andratx- Pollença Ma-10.
This route offers some of the best views of the coastline from the Sierra de Tramuntana.
Palma: Plaça d'Espanya, 2.
Tel: (+34) 971 752 051
Sóller (Train and tram to the port):
Plaça d'Espanya, 6.
Tel: (+34) 971 630 130 / 630 01
Transport Balearic Islands.
TIB Information: (+34) 971 177 777
Customer service freephone:
900 177 777
Palma: C/ Eusebio Estada, 28
Sóller: Plaça d'Amèrica
Port and Coastal service.
Tel.: (+34) 971 633 316
C/Santa Catalina de Alexandria, 26. Port de Sóller.
The Sóller Tram. The charming old wooden tram still operates along the route from Sóller to the port of Sóller, crossing terrain dotted with orange trees.
Les valentes dones. In the second week of May, Sóller celebrates las Fires i Festes de Maig (the May Fairs and Festivals), commemorating the role of the brave women in the struggle against the corsairs.
Feast day of our Lady of Mount Carmel (Festes de la Verge del Carme). On 16 July there is a sea procession across the bay of the port of Sóller, in which numerous local boats participate.
Torre Picada. The old defence tower situated on top of the cliffs of the port of Sóller.