Perched on a hill between the Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean, the Finca overflows with Spanish island charm.


Finca Can Coll is located in a peaceful area of Sóller, one of the most charming villages of the island, close to many of Mallorca’s most beautiful sights. Starting point for many of the best hiking routes through millenary olive tree fields and orange groves. There is ample opportunity to explore the Tramuntanta mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site and all the extraordinary nature, culture and history it offers.


Paradise for hikers, with the Serra de Tramuntana’s GR221 long-distance path – the Dry Stone Route – passing through the valley.


Charming small town in the centre of the lush Golden Valley, soaked in the scent of citrus.

Finca Can Coll is only a 15 min walk to Soller’s main attractions:


  • The main square, Plaza de la Constitución,  is Sóller’s beating heart, lined with numerous bars and cafés, and dominated by the famous Sant Bartomeu baroque church. Excellent starting point for a stroll thorough the narrow streets to discover the blend of architecture the little town has to offer as a result of its rich history. The square hosts a lively market every Saturday offering fresh local products.
  • Museums: 
    – Can Prunera, in one of the Art Nouveau buildings of the small town, hosting a permanent collection of art featuring Kandinksy, Picasso, Warhol, and famous local artists like Miquel Barceló and Francesca Martí.
    – The Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences
    – The Botanical Garden
  • The famous old wooden train started linking Sóller with Palma in 1912 to transport citrus fruit and olives to the island’s capital. The 27 km railway journey with its breath-taking scenery is now one of the island’s most famous attractions.

Port de Sóller(4KM)

One of the most beautiful harbours of the island on a horseshoe bay.

The old Sóller tramway, San Francisco style, connects Sóller with its quaint harbour, the famous Port de Sóller, an old fisherman’s harbour that still has a lively fishing activity. In Port de Sóller, there is a quiet sandy beach and a pleasant promenade lined with palm trees and many little shops, cafés and restaurants. It is also the departure point for day trips out to sea to the some of the most beautiful coves of the north coast the island such as Cala Deia and Sa Calobra.


Elected twice the most beautiful village in Spain.

Perched on the Tramuntana Mountains and overlooking Sóller, the small village of Fornalutx is made of narrow cobbled streets and stone houses, that combined with the scent of the orange and lemon blossom provide a unique romantic charm. The picturesque village of Fornalutx is a one hour hike from Finca Can Coll. 


Popular and picturesque mountain-coast village attracting artists and celebrities.

The small coastal village of Deià is one of the prettiest villages on the island. Perched in a ravine at the foot of the Teix Mountain, with stunning views to the Mediterranean, Deià has an idyllic landscape and has long been a magnet and a source of inspiration for famous artists, writers and other creative souls. Deià hosts many cultural events every year and has a very nice gastronomical offer.

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