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Marina Tramontana Port de Soller

Marina Tramontana Port de Soller

Date Visited
May 2012


Approach and Entrance

Marina Tramontana 
Calle de la Marina, 62 07108-Puerto de Soller 
Tel: 971632960 
Movil: 671037671 
Fax: 971633316 
Tlf 24 horas: 667637161 
VHS Ch 9
There are two marinas in the port, Tramontana and Club Nautico Port de Soller. The moorings are quite dotted around and some spots are more sheltered from the swell than others. They are also mainly on floating pontoons which implying surging.

Marina Facilities
Marina Soller Serveis Nautic
Antic Moll de Pescadors, 01708 Port de Soller
Tel: +34 609 141 836
20 tonner boat lift up to 15 metres.

Berthing Charges
€50 plus water an electricity for one night for a 15m boat in May.

Fuel Dock

There are lovely sandy beaches alone the whole bay

Marina Soller Nautica I Pesca
Tel: +34 971 632 380
A small chandlery with most of the basics.

Aprop Supermercat
Junessa Port de Soller
Tel: +34 971 63 88 59
Not the best shop but it was ok for essentials. No fresh fish though you have to go to the fish mongers. 

Fish monger
Peixos Mayol
Calle Jaume Torrens, 20
Tel +34 971 633 457
All locally caught and there are lots of fishing boats in the port. Good prices and excelent selection. They also take cards.

Laundrette opposite the fish monger

Es Raco
C/ Santa Catalina 6, 07108 Port de Soller
Tel: +34 971 63 36 39
Delicious fresh sea food and friendly staff. The restaurant has lots of lovely shady tables right on the water over looking the boat yard and the Club Nautico.  Very reasonably priced.
I really recommend the Pescado Mallorquin.

Cava Restaurant
No details but two restuarants down from Es Raco (see map)
First impressions of the waterside restaurant where not the best, in fact we left after just one beer, the tapas menu was unusual to say the least and the waitress was not very forth coming. However they had by far the most comfy seats on the water front and after having seen caviar and smoked salmon breakfast with a glass of cava for €25 we decided to have tapas elsewhere but return on Sunday for brunch. We also established that the waitress was new to the area and the job which explained her apparent grumpiness. 

So we got up on Sunday and headed straight back and found a lovely table in the shade with a cosy sofa for two and ordered the medium sized breakfast each. First to arrive was deliciously sweet freshly squeezed orange juice and a good glass of Cava, then the coffee (a little on the bitter side but most coffee in Mallorca seems to be) and then the food platter. The smoked salmon was twisted into roses and dusted with gold leaf, the caviar was served in an oyster shell and we had strawberries, a boiled egg (had been left warmed for too long) and a deliciously chewy granary toasted roll.  

Travel Facilities
There is a tram which goes into the main town and all the way to Palma.