Puerto de Soller is one of few ports in the northwest of the island. Recently it has become a tourist resort offering a pleasant stay on the beach, meals at local restaurants and the possibility of visiting the city of Soller located 5 km inland.
Both Soller and Puerto de Soller are famous for their plantations of citrus trees and oranges. In Puerto de Soller you can moor by the quay. It is worth tasting fried fish in local restaurants. (It is cheaper in the city and in the marina it is more expensive). You can walk to Punta Grosa lighthouse admiring the Cap Gras cliffs on the way.
You can go to the city of Soller by an old tram (cost about 3 EUR) and visit the main square Placa Constitucio, the church of Sant Bartomeu and local museum. For people interested in flora - we recommend to visit a botanical garden where all citrus species present in the Balearic Islands are grown.
A unique attraction is the narrow-gauge railway "red arrow" that connects Soller with Palma. The ride lasts 45 minutes. The route passes through 13 tunnels and runs through the most amazing places in the Serra de Tramuntana (5 courses per day) - the total length is 27 km. It is considered one of the most interesting rail routes in Europe.