Autumn time is coming to an end, winter will come soon to Mallorca. However, this is no reason to avoid the island. Even in winter, there are countless exciting ways to enjoy life in your house or in the surroundings of your property in Mallorca. In Sóller you can not only hike through the Serra de Tramuntana or explore the mountains by mountain bike, but also do a variety of leisure activities on rainy days.
Sóller convinces with its natural resources that have contributed to the wealth and popularity of the community in recent days. In Sóller there are numerous orange and lemon groves, which is why the place is also popularly called the "Valley of Gold". Back in the day, the citrus fruits were shipped to France through the nearby port of Puerto de Sóller and sold there.
Take advantage of one of the numerous opportunities to learn more about the history of Sóller. For example, explore a few of the museums around your new home. The Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences (Museu Balear de Ciències Naturals) is great for science-loving visitors, but also great for people who want to be inspired by the wonders of science. Let yourself be surprised by this museum, which is located near the Jardí Botànic.
Another museum worth seeing is the Ca'n Prunera. The building is Art Nouveau and combines modern, contemporary art with old traditions: since the opening of the museum, no furniture or antique furnishings have been replaced or renewed. On the ground floor, large parts of the exhibition are dedicated to the works of Joan Miró, an artist who lived in Mallorca for over forty years.