|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
The description of apartment number 9 is identical to the above (no. 7) except apartment number 9 has twin beds whereas number 7 has a double bed. Also Number 9 is 4th and top floor of the building.
The panoramic views of the Port of Soller from the front, and uninterrupted views of the Mediterranean sea from the bedroom, make these 3rd and 4th floor luxury apartments the nearest thing to living on a boat on land. Both one bedroom apartments have generous living area to open balconies with fixed yellow sun blinds,alfresco dinning air conditioning/central heating and Satellite TV and DVD players.
A deposit of 50% at moment of booking and remainder a month before arrival. If you are booking well in advance 25% will be acceptable, built up later on to half.
Notes on prices:
Prices per week in pounds sterling
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This is our second year staying in this apartment and we absolutely love it. The wonderful view from the balcony at the front of the apartment and the uninterrupted view of the Mediterranean at the back of the apartment make the climb up al the flights of stairs worthwhile. We have stayed in Port de Soller many times over the years, originally staying in another apartment in the same block but lower down, so we didn't have any view at the back of the apartment. We love Port de Soller and we are quite happy just to amble around, go for a swim, and sit on the balcony and watch the boats going in and out. It is our idea of heaven!! This is the best apartment we have ever stayed in. It is extremely clean and well provided for and we will certainly go back again.
This is an amazing apartment in a delightful fishing port. The apartment is set looking down over the bay with spectacular views. The balcony is a wonderful place to watch the world go by. The bedroom also has wonderful views out to sea with fabulous sunsets. The apartment is very comfortable, spotlessly clean and well equipped for a self catering holiday. The 4 flights of stairs are great exercise but would be very challenging for elderly people. Port Soller is full of character with lovely places to eat. It's a great base to walk and or cycle from. The old trams run up to the village which has a lovely traditional feel, magnificent cathedral and a great place to people watch. I have holidayed in self catering apartments all over the world but this one is special and I hope I am lucky enough to be able to return.
The apartment we had for a week was very nice with superb views from the fourth floor (top) of the building - the port/marina/bay to the front and out over the Med from the rear window. You need to be able to manage all these stairs though. Apartment was clean and bright, with all you would need including a dishwashwer, and you were able to spend time chilling out sitting on the balcony taking in the view and activities going on in and around the bay. Port de Soller is a vibrant small town with lots of shops and restaurants and with opportunites for walking and cycling.