The Sóller Train offers a unique and special journey that allows you to discover Mallorca's extraordinary beauty first-hand. For more than one hundred years, the Sóller Train has connected the city of Palma with the Sóller valley. The trip is extremely beautiful and spectacular. It lasts less than one hour and takes place in antique wagons that transport passengers back in time while allowing them to gain first-hand knowledge of the island of Mallorca's natural splendour. Every morning, the train departs from Plaza de España and heads towards Sóller, passing through urban landscapes, the streets of Palma, and other rural areas such as Son Sardina, Bunyola and the craggy and marvellous Serra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, before arriving at the marvellous Puerto de Sóller.
Woodlands comprised of holm-oaks, oli ve trees and pine grooves accompany travellers at every moment of the journey, and this environment along with the other vegetation, offers a palette of greens that has captivated painters throughout the ages who have been attracted by the unique light in this natural paradise.
In Sóller you will find an area that is ideal for walking around and discovering the best examples of modernist Balearic architecture. The tram, at the exit of the station, adds even further magic to the walk. Orange and lemon trees lead you to the sea at the Port of Sóller. In addition to all of this, there is the spectacular view of the Serra de Tramuntana that is even better when gazed upon from the sea. To help you attain the view, the Barcos Azules company has a program of trips throughout the day that go to Calobra and Torrent de Pareis, a hidden opening in the heart of Mallorca’s north coast that will end up seducing visitors after travelling across a stretch of coastline that makes it possible to see s'Illeta, Torrent de Bàlitx, Sa Costera and Cala Tuent.