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The tourist who visitis Sóller during Easter is amazed by the solemnity of the processions, the silence of the audience, the clank of the iron chains dragged through the streets and the ancestral sound of drums. Both children and adults of the village are involved in processions. It is very common to see kids dressed as Nazarenes and collaborating in every activity.
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June 29th is the day dedicated to St. Peter, patron saint of sailors and Saint Patron of Port Soller for its fishing tradition. One of the main events is the solemn Mass in honor of the Saint, which is held in the church of Sant Ramon de Penyafort. It is also worth seeing the procession that offer fishermen to the Saint, crossing the promenade and decorating their boats in celebration. The authorities and the Municipal Band of Soller complete the participation to this parade.
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Olive cultivation started in the Islamic period of Majorca, it has been a key for setting the current landscape of the Sierra de Tramuntana. In order to improve its main production of oil and olives, large terraces and roads infrastructures were created to make the most of such an abrupt mountain territory. Just observe the landscape of Soller, Fornalutx and Deià, where the slightest portion of usable land is bounded and staggered to maximize the growing of olive trees.
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Soller Valley dazzles visitors with one of the most bucolic images presented by the Majorcan countryside in winter: the blossoming almond trees that are already clear signs of the presence of the desired spring. Continue reading

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In mid-February at Soller spring begins to appear and sunny days give away ideal temperatures for hiking. The flowering almond trees paint a bucolic landscape in the Sierra de Tramuntana. The green – pink  gray contrast of the mountains offers tourists an extra for hiking in Soller. Often, at this time of the year, mountains of Soller Valley get covered by snow. Many people come for holidays to climb the peaks and visit the ‘homes of snow’ where snow and ice were stored for later selling.

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One of the most beautiful cemeteries in Majorca is undoubtedly Soller’s. Located in the upper town, the immense wall of the Sierra de Alfabia as a backdrop makes it spectacular. But this is only one of its virtues, because what is really spectacular is its interior.
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Es Firó has become a massive celebration that has exceeded the limits of Soller becoming one of the most important festivals of the island. It has no fixed date, but held on Monday after the second Sunday in May. Important days are the previous Thursday, Friday and Sunday as well as the main day, Monday.
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Unlike Es Firó, the festival of Sant Bartomeu in Soller is a more familiar festivity. It is a local holiday and not festive throughout the island, therefore the sollerics” can enjoy and celebrate with more privacy because they receive fewer visitors. San Bartholomew is the patron of Soller since the Catalan conquest of Mallorca in the thirteenth century.
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