Puerto Soller Holidays 2016

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Peaceful Puerto Soller

The quiet resort of Puerto de Soller is located in a beautiful bay on the northwest coast of Majorca in the Balearic Islands and proves an ideal holiday destination for those looking to relax on a beautiful beach and catch a few rays. Puerto Soller holidays are also perfect for nature lovers and those who want to explore, with the resort’s mountainous backdrop providing a playground for hikers and cyclists.

A range of excellent beaches are one of the main draws to Puerto Soller, as well as the sedate atmosphere that is often missing across other beach resorts on the island of Majorca. The culture and identity of Spain can also be enjoyed here, primarily in the delectable food that is served in a range of beachfront restaurants and bars, as well as from the luxury and comfort of a range of hotels.

Become a Beach Bum

If your focus is the beach during your holidays in Puerto Soller, you’ll have two great options when it comes to relaxing on the sand or getting active in the water. Repic beach can be found across the bay, while Puerto de Soller beach is on the other side of the harbour. Although fairly small, both beaches boast soft sands and warm clear waters, great for families and those looking to spend the day soaking up the sunshine. You’ll also encounter numerous water sports opportunities if you’re unable to sit on the sand, as well as boat trips disembarking from various other destinations on the island.

The breath-taking Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range backs holidays to Puerto Soller, allowing holidaymakers in Majorca the chance to get their pulse racing without getting wet, and numerous trails will prove perfect for walking enthusiasts and bird-watchers. Nearby Soller is a great place to head for a local atmosphere, particularly the one encountered in the old town’s vibrant market, while those looking for some action in the early hours should consider heading to the clubs and bars of Magaluf or the island’s capital, Palma.

Useful information

Spanish (English widely spoken)
Local time
GMT/BST +1 hour
Flight time
2 hours 15 minutes