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Sóller
Where the Serra de Tramuntana and Mediterranean Sea meet

SóllerA world-heritage town

In a secluded valley of the Tramuntana mountain range lies the peaceful town of Sóller, enveloped in orange groves, mountains and nature. Its marvellous surroundings, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2011, make Sóller the ideal destination for lovers of hill-walking and outdoor sports: following the stone paths of the ruta de pedra en sec, exploring the river-beds and inlets of the Serra de Tramuntana...

In a secluded valley of the Tramuntana mountain range lies the peaceful town of Sóller, enveloped in orange groves, mountains and nature. Its marvellous surroundings, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2011, make Sóller the ideal destination for lovers of hill-walking and outdoor sports: following the stone paths of the ruta de pedra en sec, exploring the river-beds and inlets of the Serra de Tramuntana...

In the direction of the coast, only some 5 km by tram, lies the port of Sóller: a small fishing town located in a small bay connecting Sóller to the Mediterranean Sea. Besides the historic tramway and a lovely harbour walk, the Puerto de Sóller visitor should not miss the old oratory of Santa Caterina, today repurposed as the local sea museum, Museu de la Mar.

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