Enjoy the best excursion on the island with the Sóller train that links Palma de Mallorca and Sóller, passing through Son Sardina and Buñola.
The Ferrocarril de Sóller is a narrow railway only a yard wide. This is highly unusual today. It uses very varied, old automobiles with artisan details.
The train is also known for its special, attractive path, which crosses the natural barrier of the Alfabia Mountains, which are 2.8 kilometres wide and 496 metres high. To do so, the train, using a section of track only 7 kilometres long, overcomes a slope of 199 metres and a gradient of 23 degrees, passing through 13 tunnels ranging in length from 33 to 2876 metres. It crosses many bridges, a five-arch viaduct and it rounds many corners, some with radii less than 190 metres.