Soller Vintage Train

Price: $79.00
Choose Options My Cruise Itinerary
Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 4 Hours 45 Minutes
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommended wearing light and comfortable clothes plus comfortable shoes and a hat.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Soller Vintage Train

You have read all about the small town of Soller and how it was isolated in the early 20th century, yet with its booming industry and famed orange groves it needed to be more accessible.

Experience history for yourself as the excitement begins as you board a coach and leave the cruise ship behind for a short ride to Port de Soller, a picturesque town situated on the northwest corner of Mallorca. Take a few minutes to admire the port and take photos of the impressive Tramuntana mountains meeting the sea, then hop on the vintage tram for 25 minutes of seaside and citrus orchard bliss as you ride the coastal tracks to Soller Old Town.

Upon arrival, stroll the narrow, winding alleyways filled with modernist architecture and survey the main square with its cafes offering delicious artisan ice creams and juices created with Soller's famous oranges. Sampling the almond cake is a must-do while in the city, you will not be disappointed.

From here you will board the Soller Train, a 1912 wooden train that runs along a narrow-gauge track. The extremely varied, attractive route courses through 13 tunnels, across several bridges and the cinc-ponts viaduct with its 5 arches. The conclusion of your ride will take you to a point where you will reach a coach that will take you back to your origination point.

This is more than just a tour, this is a chance to take a train ride back in time. Perfect for families as well as train aficionados, reserve your seat today.

Please Note: This tour does not operate on Saturdays in October.