Driving to Soller

Driving to Soller and the Port by Car is easier than you think, see Route Directions and Parking information

Driving to Soller - Directions

Although it is tempting to visit Soller by public transport, driving is an enjoyable option allowing total flexibility with your itinery.

The drive from Palma to Soller is extremely straightforward, from the Via Cintura MA20 at Junction 5A take the MA11. Once you have passed the Bunyola junction, you will reach a point where you can choose either the Soller Tunnel or continue driving along the mountainous MA11a with its considerable twists and turns. We would recommend taking the Tunnel (3kms long) if time is important to you. If you choose to take the MA11a coast route, you will be able admire the most amazing breathtaking scenery.

View of Puerto Soller Soller Village

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Soller Tunnel Toll Soller Tunnel

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Parking in Soller

If you stop at the town of Soller, you will see plenty of designated parking areas and blue zones. Please note that you have to pay for parking even in winter.

Soller Village Street Soller Main Square - Plaza Constitucio

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You can take a wander through the old narrow streets before reaching the main square, Plaza de la Constitucion. The beautiful church of Sant Bartomeu is beside the Town Hall (Ajuntament). In the Plaza you have a good range of Cafes and Restaurants where you can sample some typical Mallorcan Tapas.

Church Sant Bartomeu Countryside Between Soller and Puerto Soller

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Village Transport

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Driving from Soller to the Port

From Soller you have the option to take the tram to Puerto Soller or continue the journey by Car.

Follow the street signs for the Port which brings you back to the MA11 once again. Continue on this road until you reach another smaller Tunnel leading to Puerto Soller.
The Port also has several designated parking areas and blue zones where you can park for short durations. Make sure you always have a ticket as wardens patrol regularly.

Port Soller Soller Promenade, Paseo Maritimo

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Puerto Soller View From The Promenade Puerto Soller Countryside

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There are a couple of beach areas where you could soak up some sunshine however the beaches are narrow as you can see from the photos.

Soller Hillside Boats in Puerto Soller

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Soller Port

At the Port you have a fair range of souvenir shops and fashion boutiques with some flowing into the narrow streets.

Puerto Soller Port View Soller Tramlines

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Evening In Puerto Soller View to Soller Hotels Over the Bay

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Puerto Soller is naturally busiest in Summer however it is also one of the most popular spots for tourist day trips during Winter months. Many people who visit Soller also plan to make a stop in Deia which is only approximately 20 minutes drive along the MA10. If you drive from there for a further 15 minutes, you can stop off in the village of Valldemossa

Soller Beach Church in Puerto Soller

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The mountainous Tramuntana region of Mallorca is an area of great natural beauty with amazing views along the way.


If you decide to drive North of Soller you can enjoy superb views ending at Port de Sa Calobra. It is a long journey but well worth the visit if you are in the area.

Take the MA10 from Soller Village and follow the road to MA2141 to Port de Sa Calobra.

Your Local Tourist Information offices can be found here

Please contact us for advice or to ask a question.

Driving to Soller

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Driving to Soller

You can take a taxi cab from Palma, this works out more economically if you are sharing between 4 people or you could take the Vintage Train from the City.

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