On Mallorca’s glorious northwest shore, Port de Sóller charms with architecture that has French and even Puerto Rican influences, as well as quaint narrow streets overlooked by craggy mountains. The harbor presents a picturesque beach and is filled with a wide selection of restaurants serving the freshest seafood. Some three kilometers from this village, the old town of Sóller is easily reached via a vintage tram that meanders from the harbor through orange groves. Don’t miss the exceptional Can Prunera museum here with a fine collection of works by Picasso, Paul Klee, and Man Ray. Sóller is also a great base for walking in the Serra de Tramuntana, which is on UNESCO’s list of cultural landscapes—one such walk is down the Torrent de Pareis, Mallorca's “Grand Canyon”.
PMI - Palma de Mallorca Airport
Nearest train station
Tren Sóller (Ferrocarriles De Soller SA)
Spa & Recreation
Heated outdoor pool, Santaverde spa, sauna and steam bath, fitness terrace, yoga and meditation room, complimentary Stevens Bike rental, yoga equipment, and SUP board
Food & Drink
An eclectic mix of recipes and flavors from around the world inspired by the tastes of Israel.
Hiking: The hotel serves as the perfect starting point for many hikes of different levels through the Tramuntana mountains.
Adults only. Guests 14 years old and up welcome
Amidst a landscape that encompasses wild mountains, blissful beachfronts, and hidden coves, this Balearic island is ripe for discovery and feasting through its local culinary delights.