Port de Soller, one of the main ports on the Island, still boasts the charm of a traditional fishing village.
It was given a multi-million Euros makeover in 2007 and the work undertaken reflects both French and Puerto Rican influences.
Port de Soller has had a tram link with Soller since 1913 and some of the original tram cars are still used today on the 5km line.
Its striking horseshoe-shaped bay has a restaurant-lined promenade and the Platja d’en Repic is the most popular of its beaches, with their calm, shallow waters, perfect for families.
The harbour is the departure point for boat trips along the coast and scuba diving enthusiasts are also well catered for.