Mallorca in Miniature

An Unruffled Pace of Life

Shhh! Soller occupies Mallorca’s most secret corner. Cut off by the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, it’s a lost-in-time town where handsome houses host galleries and gelaterias. eBike tours run to mountain cafés and ancient vineyards. Soller is simply beautiful.

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Your Guide to Soller

Tangerine Dream

Beauty was paid for in oranges. Soller produces citrus so tasty that Louis XIV, the gluttonous French monarch, refused to eat any other orange. Oranges funded the century-old train that still meanders up a mountainside to Palma. (The precipitously charming line would make a Eurostar safety executive weep). Taste five endemic species at citrus farm Ecovinyassa. Chef has already bagged a sack for tomorrow’s breakfast shake.

Pass toSoller Port

Your chartered yacht is positioned in Puerto de Soller: a jog, limo or vintage tram ride from Soller’s café-strewn piazza. Here life’s a beach. Puerto de Soller is a golden arc of sand backed by honey-stone houses. Which host seafood restaurants specialising in local red prawns. How to better paradise? Serve the same dish on deck. Alongside DO Binissalem white wines plucked a few miles from shore.

A Craggy Charm Pass

Tomorrow morning means secret swims. The Soller coast beaches of Calo de s'Estaca, Es Canyaret and Cala Gata have barely changed in a century, and are yet to welcome a pair of Orlebar Brown shorts. The reason? Sheer inaccessibility. The only route to the sand is by donkey track or chartered yacht.