Is this all just the madness of summer?
Our contributor Shirley visits the enormous Monestir de la Real, hidden in plain sight.
Come and join us in our world – you are very welcome in the Soller Valley!
Our contributor Shirley visits an amazing unspoiled, old fashioned, small town on the northeast coast of Mallorca.
How has the pandemic changed the lives of the inhabitants of the Soller Valley?
Find out why the Santa Catalina Barrio is a favourite for many looking to buy or rent long term.
What will change for the Soller Valley when it turns amber?
There was a time when Hitler's favourite commando was in Mallorca.
Life is returning to the "old normal" with a bang in the Soller Valley. Everything is open and the beach life is superb.
Our contributor Shirley visits Puig de Randa, the highest point in the centre of the island and one of Mallorca’s sacred mountains.
So how is life in the Soller Valley after the Balearic Island nudged up into the Green Zone?
The Church has to completely revise its game plan for the immediate future.
The Serra de Tramuntana have been declared a World Heritage Site for 10 years - What changes have we really seen?
Next time a bit of form filling takes you to the Strangers Office or to Traffico you can have an amazing experience afterwards.
This summer might turn out to be the best for events and gatherings in years in the Soller Valley.
Our contributor Shirley visits one of the hidden gems of inland Mallorca.
Everything is now fully open, with no curfew, but there is an expectation of reasonableness.
Today our contributor Shirley visits an idyllic mountain village with one of the best hotels in Mallorca.
Summer is almost here and with the Soller train back, the town is open to visitors.
This week Shirley visits the small village of Pina where ‘Nomadlanders’ are buoyant.
Check out what's been happening in Sóller this week and how became ‘the’ live music venue of Mallorca.
Our contributor Shirley visits Llucmajor, 20 km from one of Mallorca's best beaches, Es trenc.
The 2021 season has begun, as people are back and restaurants are busy in the Soller Valley.
Today Shirley explores a place in the middle of the island where time appears to have stood still.
The slow start to the season begins after The Firo comes to its virtual end for another year.
Interview with Dr Ishanesu Sextus Gusha, the new Chaplain of the Anglican Church in Palma.
Our columnist Shirley visited a remote village with the most unique hydrological phenomenon in Mallorca.
The inhabitants of the Soller Valley begin to rediscover what normal life used to be like.
Our Columnist Shirley Roberts interviews the masterminds behind ‘Itinerant art’ in the Soller Valley.
There is a lot of work going on in the Soller Valley world right now, preparing for the 11th of May, one of the most important days for the town.
This week Shirley visited the parish Church of Santa Maria, a must-see for many tourists visiting the area.
There is government talk going on right now about the rights and wrongs of imposing any curfew once the State of Alarm is lifted.
The menu in 2021 is Mallorcan Home cooking with recipes passed through the generations.
The mood around the Soller Valley this weekend is like a deflating balloon.
Mimi, my middle granddaughter was my companion as we pointed the car in the direction of Esporles.
Easter is all over now and the visitors begin to return to whence they came.
Life didn’t turn out as she expected when she came here...
Easter expectations of ‘families’ home for the holidays’ have largely been dashed.
Lemon Pie Catering has fed the villas and functions of this Soller for a few years now.
The Orange Fiesta is being planned for May when low key local events will take place followed by the Orange menus at participating restaurants.