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The municipal area of Soller covers a region of around 44 km2 deep in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range. The impressive «Puig Mayor» dominates the area, which at 1,445m above sea level is the highest mountain in
The village is part of the municipality of Pollensa that is located on the north west coast of Mallorca. The area of Pollenca used to be one of the wealthiest in the island long before the rapid tourist development.
Having the shape of an almost perfect horseshoe bay, Puerto de Soller is the actual resort enclosed by two headlands, which is not too different from many of the resorts on the north shore of Menorca.
The original old town of Soller is situated at a little over 3km inland from the port. The main road that joins the two is shared with both trams and several coaches since the most of the major tour operators to Majorca include a boat trip around the harbor at Puerto de Soller into their "Scenic West" type day trips.
Consequently this road can become very busy and packed through the summer months.
The “Orange Express” is the name of the only working tramway on the island. Not because of the color of the carriages, but due to the fact that its route meanders from the old town, through orange groves to terminate at the harbor at Puerto de Soller.
The beach of the main town is quite small with few, amenities therefore will have a very limited request to families with children.
Middle-aged couples are the most frequent visitors and people that are interested in walking and scenery who use the town as a well situated base to reach into the mountains that have sheltered the resort for many years.
At this point worth a mention at the 2 villages of Fornalutx and Biniaraix, which are both about 4km away from the center of the old town, nestled at the bottom of the "Puig Major”.
Even if 100 years have passed by, both villages seem not to have changed much and visitors can experience the traditional Majorcan way of life, and see how the island used to be before the tourists started to arrive.