Casa Port

  • Location: Beach / Coast
    Restaurants: In walking distance
    Beach: In walking distance
    Sóller: 5km (10 mins drive)
  • Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI): 40km (45 mins drive)
    Car recommended
    Paid parking

You are in the old fishermen’s quarter of Port Soller, you can almost smell the salty air.
Watch the red glowing sunset over the Tramontana mountains from the roof terrace.
Great small restaurants, some shops and the beach are all just a few mins walk away.

This house is incredibly popular. Make sure to book at least a year in advance.

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An introduction to Casa Port

How would you describe Casa Port in a nutshell?

Casa Port is cosy vacation home in Port Soller on the island of Mallorca where you’ll immediately feel at home. The house has a very light atmosphere and plenty of daylight coming in through the patio in the center of the house. The patio is really the heart of the house and gives it a special touch, almost a little Moroccan. The rest of the house is a contemporary mix of traditional Spanish materials and modern and vintage furniture.

What was your inspiration to renovate Casa Port and offer it as a vacation rental?

We always liked this old fishermen quarter of Port Soller, and when we looked for houses to buy we immediately knew that this one had the most potential. We loved the spacious ground floor with its high ceiling and since we live in Soller ourselves, we wanted to share this beautiful house with our family, friends and vacation guests.

Please tell us a bit about the history of Casa Port and the interior design.

The house itself was built two centuries ago and in the sixties it was adapted to the needs of its owners back then, so we had to reorganise the layout but we didn’t want to change the outer appearance of it.

Inside, we used some of the original elements like the old tiles or the cast iron stove in a new spot and context. Other elements like the stairs, beds, kitchen or the railing where custom made by local craftsmen. I spent more than a year visiting many local dealers and flea markets to buy the vintage furniture for the house – always with an overall idea of the styling I wanted to create in mind.

To you personally, what is so special about this particular vacation rental in Mallorca?

Coming to the old fishermen’s quarter of Port Soller, you immediately feel the tranquility of this part of Mallorca. After a few days you feel part of the quarter and all the restaurants, bars and the beach are just a short walk away without being disturbing.

Especially the red glowing sunset over the Tramontana mountains which can be seen from the roof terrace are spectacular – even for us after seeing it for more than 15 years. And we always provide our vacation guests with some good local wine on their arrival, so they can enjoy this right away.

You are originally from Germany, what do you particularly like about life on Mallorca?

It’s a combination of a lot of things. It’s the place itself, which is beautiful and very inspiring. Whenever I wake up in the morning and open the windows and see the sun shining, it gives me good energy. But it’s also relaxed and slow, a quiet way of living. People are more relaxed.

The climate isn’t the only thing that makes life easier, allowing people to get out more, but it’s also the social structure that’s different than what we have in Germany.

To you personally, what has been the biggest reward about renting out your houses in Mallorca?

After all the effort and risk we took to build this vacation home, the most rewarding is when guests do not want to leave anymore because they fell in love with the place.

One of our first guests in this house told us that he won’t give any positive review since he is afraid that he can’t come back when the house will be fully booked all year. He has already booked his next stay at the house...

View of Sóller from Casa Port
Roof terrace
Bedroom
Bedroom
Bathrooms
Entrance and lounge
Dining area
Patio

Casa Port rooms & rates

Case Port is built around the patio, consisting of an old stone part, two small annexes and a back part, where the roof terrace sits above the two-story house.

In the old part you have the dining and living room and two double bedrooms on the second floor sleeping up to 4 guests. The newly built annexes have two bathrooms and the kitchen. All up to today’s comfort with air-conditioning and underfloor heating but also with traces of its history like the old stove adding to the cosy atmosphere.

Inside the house it is very easy to feel welcome because the mixture of the old and the new makes the entire place interesting and personal. You get the idea that we designed the house for our friends and without any commercial touch of a typical vacation rental to it. Since all spaces are quite small but well proportioned, it feels cosy and light at the same time. And the views from the roof terrace are fantastic at any time of the day.

  • Casa Port for 4-5 people / 120 m²
    / night
    • 2 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Bathroom
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Other rooms
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)
    • 1 Baby cot (on req.)
Included in the rates
Rates are on a self-catering basis and include taxes and final cleaning.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. A baby cot is available free of charge. Extra bed is EUR 20 per night.
Minimum stay
7 nights
Check in time
after 15:00
Check out time
before 10:00

Facilities & services

  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Fireplace
  • Washing machine
  • Music system
  • Central heating
  • Courtyard
  • Hair dryer

Things to do in Mallorca & Port Sóller

  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Scuba diving
  • Sailing
  • Boat trips
  • Fishing

In spring, autumn and winter it’s fabulous to be in the mountains, which are underestimated a lot. They’re really alpine, they’re not just like little hills. It’s really worthwhile to hike and take long walks.

In the summer, the coastline of the mountain is still one of the most beautiful I’ve seen in all my travels. It is really a beautiful spot. Take a boat in summer and hike in winter.

The closest beach is only a few mins walk, but my favourite spot is a little bit further down the promenade. It also depends on the time of year, in midsummer the more shady part of ‘Can Repic’ is nice and in early spring or late autumn I like the plain sun of the other side of the bay. It is great to take an early swim on the way to catch some fresh croissants from the bakery.

The location of Casa Port

The house lies in a small, quiet street of Port Sóller and most neighbours are locals. Various narrow stairs connect the three main streets of this quarter and they all guide you to the sea.

On a windy night you can hear the typical sounds of the sailing boats when the wind blows through their ropes. But what I like most is that you can smell the salty water of the sea and the fisher nets drying in the sun. You really get a feeling of where you are.

When is the best time to visit Mallorca?

Actually, this region is busy from spring until November. In summer, it’s more families and kids, and in spring or autumn, it’s more people who are not interested in being on the beach all day, who do some excursions.