There’s a train that has traveled to Soller for over a century, but we went by car. They say that the train ride is beautiful because of the amazing views, a true pleasure for those who like to enjoy nature. The town is filled with architectural gems up and down every street.
We walked through the streets until arrive at the plaza mayor. There, we sat down at a café to have a hot chocolate and an ensaimada (local pastry), enjoying the slow pace of the small town. Here, it seems like all the tourism hasn’t changed much. Kids are kicking the ball around in the streets and run around like in any other town. The good thing is that here there’s a pleasant breeze, which is perfect for a hot August afternoon.