Sóller: the town
Standing in Plaça d’Amèrica square is a Modernist building called Can Cetre (1). Other examples of Modernist and colonial houses line other streets like Gran Via and Carrer de la Mar. The medieval part of the town nestles around Plaça de la Constitució, with narrow well-tended streets. In this square, two Modernist façades contrast with one another: the façades of Sóller Bank and Sant Bartomeu Church (2), designed by architect Joan Rubió i Bellver.
Along the first stretch of Carrer de la Lluna, houses with semi-circular arched entrance doors can be seen, like Can Serra or Can Prohom (a former inn), in addition to fine examples of Modernist architecture such as Can Prunera (3). A little further on is Alqueria des Comte (4), where a water mill can still be seen.
It is well worth taking a stroll through the hamlet of Biniaraix, declared an item of cultural interest. On the way, you will see a highly original house, Can Bala, and a wayside cross.
The GR 221 dry stone route passes through the municipality of Sóller on stage 5, from Muleta to Tossals Verds. You can find all the official information at https://caminsdepedra.conselldemallorca.cat/es/-/etapa-5-muleta-tossals-ver-1