Sóller 

4.2 (44 ratings)
  • 39° 47' 35" N, 2° 41' 35" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

82% — Protection score
Cloudy
11.8°C
16.3°C
Wind
  • Speed : 3 knots
  • South East (120°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.3 m
  • North East (40°)

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (44 ratings)

  • Ludo — 18/06/2018
    | Sailboat — 10.8 m

    Good anchorage well protected, except by swell from west to northwest where it becomes agitated to very agitated. There can be a lot of people, especially in the season and you have to anchor near the exit. Easy to leave the annex at the end of the pontoon on the right when you arrive. For my part the sanitary port remained open. Several shops, restaurants and supermarket on the port, even a laundry in a street (carrer de jaume torrens) perpendicular to that along the beach. The tram seems to have become very touristy and the price has increased (€ 7 to go to Soller). There are buses otherwise for 1.5 € to go in the center or even in the villages nearby (Fornalutx, biniaraix, etc.) these small villages are worth seeing. Superb hikes to do all around Soller with a very preserved and authentic hinterland. Possibility to take the bus to go to Palma For 2,85 € from the port.

    Bon mouillage bien protégé, sauf par houle d'ouest à Nord-ouest où il devient agité à très agité. Il peut y avoir beaucoup de monde, surtout en saison et on est obligé de mouiller près de la sortie. Facile de laisser l'annexe en bout de ponton à droite quand on arrive. Pour ma part les sanitaires du port restaient ouvertes. Plusieurs magasins, restaurants et supermarché sur le port, même une laverie dans une rue (carrer de jaume torrens) perpendiculaire à celle qui longe la plage. Le tramway semble être devenu très touristique et le tarif à augmenté (7€ pour aller à Soller). Il y a des bus sinon pour 1,5€ pour aller dans le centre ou même dans les villages à côté (Fornalutx, biniaraix, etc.) ces petits villages vallent le détour. De superbe randonnées à faire tout autour de Soller avec un arrière pays très conservé et authentique. Possibilité de prendre le car pour aller à Palma Pour 2,85€ à partir du port.

  • Jacques-Henri — 20/06/2018
    Bord à bord | Sailboat — 11.97 m

    A priori, good mooring in 4-5m of water, provided to put at the bottom, side port (the swell can bounce on the cliff and thus enter the anchorage). Attention also to the holding of the anchor on the seaweed ... all is not sand !!

    A priori, bon mouillage dans 4-5m d'eau, à condition de se mettre au fond, coté port (la houle peut rebondir sur la falaise et ainsi entrer dans le mouillage). Attention également à la tenue de l'ancre sur les algues ... tout n'est pas sable !!

  • Joe — 15/07/2019
    HURAH | Sailboat — 13.5 m

    We anchored by entrance away from other sailboats, so we thought. Place started filling up. Boats dragging in 20kts of wind. We anchored in 7m with 40m chain out held great. Others dragged all over. Can’t imagine what boat pile up would happen in a blow. Stayed up all night due to dragging sailboats and motorboats all over. Stayed one night and ran out. No go for us!

    We anchored by entrance away from other sailboats, so we thought. Place started filling up. Boats dragging in 20kts of wind. We anchored in 7m with 40m chain out held great. Others dragged all over. Can’t imagine what boat pile up would happen in a blow. Stayed up all night due to dragging sailboats and motorboats all over. Stayed one night and ran out. No go for us!

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