Price per week €2880—€6120
Sleeps 6 (plus 1)

We walked into the port in the evenings for supper which was such a treat, I am still dreaming of the view from the pool.

Sophie, London
Living Space

3 bedrooms:
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom with bath and shower
Twin bedroom with separate bathroom with shower
Twin bedroom with separate bathroom with shower with an extra single bed (there is an extra charge to have a 7th person at the house, please ask)

Sitting/dining room with large glass sliding doors onto the balcony with views of the port
Covered outside dining


Swimming pool (10 x 6m)
6 sun loungers
Large wooden table
Air conditioning in all bedrooms
Central heating for winter months
DVD player

Domestic Services

Mid week cleaner
Pool guy

A cook can be arranged – payable locally


Puerto is in the pretty little town of Port de Soller, in a bowl-shaped valley surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains
Deia is a 10km drive, home to at least four 5-star restaurants
Soller is a 20 minute drive, or there is a more direct route on the beautiful old tram


Fly to Mallorca from all UK and most European airports. The house is a 45 minute drive from the airport
A car isn’t necessary at the house as it is possible to walk into the town
There is a tram which runs between Port de Soller and Soller

Local Information

There is a wonderful market every Wednesday at Sineu which is one of the oldest in Mallorca. There are fruit and vegetables, livestock, flowers, trees as well as wonderful clothing, footwear and gifts.

Port de Soller has two beaches: Es Traves is the longest but Playa d’en Repic is nicer. Both beaches have gravelly sand, there are sun loungers and canoes on the beach to rent. It is possible to rent boats in the town, both skippered and not available to charter half or full day.

There is some good walking around the town, a climb of less than an hour will take you to Cap Gros lighthouse for panoramic views of the bay and the mountains behind. For those who love walking there is a wonderful old mule track running between Deia and Soller as well as walks into the Tramuntana mountains.

There are some lovely, sophisticated restaurants in Port de Soller, from Ibiza-esque cocktail bars to more formal or very chilled places, there is something for everyone.
Many celebrities are attracted by the beauty of Deia and the wealth of amazing restaurants, you would not be surprised to see Andrew Loyd Webber sharing a table with Michael Douglas who both have houses in the village.

Exploring the area by car is wonderful: discover the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains, glorious beaches and the wine region of Benissalem.

Palma has some great shopping and the lively bars and restaurants make for fabulous days (or nights) out.

Mallorca is very popular with cyclists and there is some seriously taxing cycling on the island due to all the hills. Whatever your standard it is possible to rent bikes for leisurely cycling, race training or mountain bikes. Beware when driving as there can be a cyclist at every turn!

Mallorca has a wonderful Aquarium, the Palma Aquarium was created with the aim of becoming a proper marine observatory. It is conscious of its eco credentials and observes the sea’s habitats, the wealth of oceanic wildlife and hosts a fabulous collection of sea creatures of all shapes and sizes.

Our View

We were greeted by the most stunning views on the sunny morning when we visited this house. It has the most lovely atmosphere, a very special place.

This charming house is on the edge of the delightful and popular village town of Port de Soller. The house has the most stunning views down across the sea and away to the port and promenade front.

Inside the floors are wooden throughout, white walls and calm colours. The house is over two floors, you arrive at the back of the house and walk right through to the balcony which runs across the front.

Comfortable bedrooms have accents of cool seaside blue, big cupboards, crisp sheets and fluffy towels. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and one of the rooms has an extra bed – ideal for an extra child or teenager.

Enjoy the views of the boats coming in to the port from the comfort of your lounger. Walk into the port from the house where there are several great restaurants. You can also catch a tram which takes you to the ancient town of Soller.

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