Sóller has an abundance of good things. Discover them all; from hotels and restaurants to the event calendar, and what it’s like living there.
Over the past decade, Sóller has become increasingly popular amongst international buyers. Its pretty, quaint and has two sandy beaches close by .
Say cheers to good health at one of these sweet boutique hotels in Sóller. Expect vegan cooking, lush gardens and a place to unwind from it all.
Find out which places in Mallorca are at the very top of the buying pyramid, loved for their incredible property and luxurious scenery.
Set in the historic centre of Sóller town, this luxury apartment combines 17th-century touches with elegantly updated interiors and a community pool.
Enjoy slow living at its finest at this beautiful property in Sóller on the market with Living Blue Mallorca. On sale now!
This incredible estate for sale in Bunyola near Soller comes with fabulous Mediterranean gardens, a recovered oil mill and traditional terraces.
This 4-bedroom house for sale in Soller comes with a garden, small pool and is spread across three floors.
British property developers Monty and Archie Berrow talk of the pros and cons of building homes in the northeast of the island.
Did your favourite town in Mallorca make the list? Check out Helen Cummins’ selection of the prettiest towns on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
This 8-bedroom townhouse in Sóller is perfect for those looking to live in the beautiful old part of the town.
Historic mansion with redevelopment potential on a large plot and mountains views for sale in Sóller
Beautiful manor house for sale in Sóller which with comes two renovated guest houses and their own swimming pools. Rental license included.
Lovely 6-bedroom country house for sale in Sóller which comes with pool, views of the mountains and beautiful orchard.
Daniel Waschke from Mallorca Gold explains how he values time above all other things and why it is integral to providing a luxury service.
Find out how Joachim Porqué of Jabón de Mallorca makes the most natural soaps, essential oils and perfumes on the island.
May in Mallorca is mellow, calm and tranquil. Picture yourself cycling along the promenade of Palma Bay in the early summer sunshine…
Set a stone’s throw from Sóller’s main square, this bright and modern townhouse comes with indoor pool, rooftop terrace and air of serenity.
Set just steps from Sóller’s bustling central square, this neatly modernised duplex property combines period charm with panoramic valley views.
Blending the old world with the new, Posada de Balitx combines modern luxury living with 17th-century charm in the historic heart of Sóller town.
From the mini-fridges in each room to tiles lining the stair- way everything was found and fixed up for this unique, “veggie” hotel, tucked away on a tranquil side street off the main plaza in Sóller.
Award-winning artist Francesca Martí discusses her exhibition ‘Energy Ray’ and how it discusses themes surrounding communication.
Located in the centre of Sóller, this grand historical mansion features an enchanting pool garden and includes the neighbouring modernised guest house.
Located a short walk from Sóller centre, this 18th-century country home features a secluded pool, 360-degree views and heaps of rustic charm.
Set on a tree-lined street in central Sóller, this cosy turn-of-the-century townhouse is full of period features, with a pretty courtyard and attic studio.
Enjoy beautiful views of Sóller valley as you hike the surrounding hills, followed by a healthy brunch at the vegan hotel Ecocirer.
Ever more people are looking to what is seen as the simpler and sunnier climes of life in the Mediterranean. But why are so many drawn to Mallorca?
First Mallorca guarantees its clients integrity, transparency and honesty throughout their journey to finding the perfect home on Mallorca.
Barbara Martí and Martijn Lucas from eco-concious hotel Ecocirer delve into what makes their hotel on Mallorca so different from the rest.
Ecocirer in Sóller focuses on sustainable tourism, perfect for the eco-conscious visitor looking for an ethical yet luxurious stay on Mallorca.
Overlooking the promenade of Port de Sóller, Randemar restaurant offers good, old-fashioned Mediterranean cooking in a stylish environment.
Housed in a former chocolate factory in the maze of old Sóller streets is Luna 36 restaurant, bringing pleasure to guests with a keen sense of hospitality.
For those seeking exclusive villas in the exquisitely beautiful region of southwest Mallorca, Mallorca Gold might hold the answer. Find out more.
If you are looking for a quiet retreat on Mallorca, hc/ recommends spending time in the valley of Sóller at one of Ananda’s meditative yoga retreats.
Enjoy a trendy alternative to eating out in a restaurant on Mallorca: gourmet pop-up dining in an exclusive venue, offered by Charlie’s Kitchen.
Ananda is the Sanskrit word for ‘bliss.’ It’s the sensation you’ll doubtless sink into on a yoga and wellness retreat at the magical finca Son Salas. Emily Benet met the founder, Nadine Hawa, who admits she didn’t always love yoga.
Her art has been exhibited around the world, and even owned by royalty, Francesca Martí – the renowned Sóller-born artist talks about her work.
Chef Xisco Martorell at Soller favourite Ca’n Boqueta opens up about the ingredients that make his elegant restaurant great.
Barbara and Martjin have chosen a different way of life. The young creative couple share their dreams of a new authentic life on Mallorca.
Denmark gave us Lego, Pandora, and Bang & Olufsen, but its latest contribution to modern life – hygge – could be the best and simplest yet.
An extraordinary creature that once roamed Mallorca is being championed in a new book. Jan Edwards chats to Sóller-based writer Anna Nicholas about Myotragus, marathons, moggies and more.
See the photos from the fashion shoot in the charming town and port of Soller, featuring pearls from the Almond Blossom collection by Helen Cummins.
A sumptuous new art book showcases the work of Francesca Martí, one of Mallorca’s most prominent artists. Jan Edwards visits her to browse through its contents . . .