Port de Soller

Your second home

Do you fancy spring feelings with a huge portion of fresh air and sensational prospects?

Then off to the northwest of the Balearic Island and enjoy the breathtaking Tramuntana mountains.

The Apartamento Maria measures 40m2 and has the following commodities

  • Bedroom / Gallery
  • Own terrace with a spectacular view
  • Open full equipped kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Parking


For inquiries please contact apartment@agapanto.com

Vista SollerApartamento Flor del Amor

Port de Soller, the picturesque coastal town at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, scores with its magical, authentic ambience and is one of the most beautiful regions in Mallorca.

Hiking in the mountains, through olive groves and almond gardens, past fragrant orange and lemon plantations or along beautiful coastal paths with breathtaking viewpoints.

Sports at the beach such as paddle surfing, swimming, canoeing or even renting a small motor boat to enjoy the incomparable sunsets.

Or a trip to Soller with the “red lightning”, the world-famous old tram. Enjoy a visit to the market or the inviting cafes and bars and enjoy the hustle and bustle.

Irresistible in general is the varied gastronomy with an abundance of culinary highlights that meet all demands.

The newly renovated 45 square meter apartment below the luxurious Jumeirah Hotel in a quiet location offers a spectacular panoramic view of the harbor and the mountains.

  • The open living room and bedroom are connected to the spacious terrace over the entire front by sliding glass doors.
  • The bed on the gallery measures 160 x 200 cm
  • A comfortable sofa bed in front of the terrace, TV and built-in wardrobes.
  • A fully equipped fitted kitchen with a Nespresso machine, refrigerator with freezer, toaster, etc. and a washing machine.
  • A small, fine bathroom is cozy
  • There is also air conditioning for cold and warm air and WiFi


Wikipedia extract

Port de Sóller (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈpɔɾd də ˈsoʎə]) is a village and the port of the town of Sóller, in Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands, Spain. Along with the village of Fornalutx and the hamlet of Biniaraix they combine to form Sóller. The combined population is around 12,000. A tramway links the inland town of Sóller to Port de Sóller, running along the beach-side road.

The resort consists of shops, restaurants and bars but is quiet and away from the major tourist areas such as Magaluf on the south of the island. There are a few large holiday hotels such as Hotel Eden, Hotel Esplendido and Aimia Hotel, located on the road that runs around the bay.

Two lighthouses sit on the headlands on either side of the bay, La Badia de Sóller. Development on the east headland has been prevented by the area being used as a training ground by the Spanish Army.

The beach sand was replaced for the summer of 2009 because, whilst clean, it had become rather muddy and inhospitable.

The bay and the estuary of the river which comes to an end here attract little egretsMuscovy ducks, huge flocks of herring gullsgreylag geese and mallard ducks. The diversity of breeds in the duck and geese population suggests that most of the original birds had escaped from captivity.