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Soller Train trip from Palma and than Orange Blossom Express Tram to Port de Soller from Magaluf, Majorca


Enjoying a trip on the famous Soller train departing from Palma de Mallorca to Soller and than taking the Orange Blossom Express (Tram) to Port de Soller is a great day out and excursion for the holidaymakers along the island of Majorca. It is also one of the best sightseeing options and excursions from Magaluf. Soller is a pretty town located on the north-west side of Majorca, 25 km. from Palma. And Palma is located about 18 km. from Magaluf. Soller train departs daily from Palma.

The Soller Train, from Palma de Mallorca to Soller
It takes about 55 minutes and it is really great fun. Five trains a day leave from Placa d'Espanya in Palma (information telephone: 971 752 051). And the one at 10:40 is labelled as "turistico".


It has extra cost and offers a short photo stop for the travelers. First train from Palma to Soller departs at 08:00 and the last train from Soller to Palma departs at 18:00


The Orange Blossom Express Tram, from Soller to Port de Soller
The Orange Blossom Express tram operates hourly from Soller to Port de Soller that connects with the arrival of the Soller train. The journey with Orange Blossom Express is about 5 km. and takes about 20 minutes to the port. The journey is great through the orange and lemon groves and pine-clad mountains.

The Journey
Taking Soller train and than the Orange Blossom Express tram, is one of the best ways to discover the island of Majorca on a fantastic journey through the stunning Tramuntana mountains. During the trip, holidaymakers will enjoy the beautiful natural scenes such as hidden villages, quaint towns and beautiful ports.

The pretty Soller village is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the local atmosphere. The cobbled streets and beautiful squares show the typical Spanish life. And in Port de Soller holidaymakers also will enjoy the lovely coast between Port Soller and Sa Calobra.

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