“The word on the street says Soller is to have a significant opening by a Swedish super chef. I know lots of details but can’t print them yet!”
This year, for the first time, the buses ran to midnight to fill this criterion. We are all waiting to see if this continues with the winter timetable to be published for November 1.
This is also the week where repairs are being done to the two road tunnels in our world.
It is hoped this will take its place in the official list of races from 2024 onwards, encouraging sports people to the Soller Valley to race.
We are all hoping to visit the fountain as it is brought to life and water starts to flow.
The Soller train doesn't run for a couple of months and Soller reverts to being local and Mallorcan speaking.
On September 22 and 23 trainloads will be arriving to the port from Palma for the Havaneres Festival which takes place on the Repic Beach.
The devils, the dragon, the drums, the fire run, and the macabre story will captivate Soller Square on Sunday at 10.30pm
“Come and see us today and stay for the great ‘Night of Art’where music and art combine around every corner...”
It really is party time in the Soller Valley.
Soller is not the only place on the island who celebrates St Bart on August 24. However, we are the town that has five days of celebrations including live music extravaganzas and a fire run.