Plaça Constitució 2


Sóller [ˈsoʎə] ist eine der 53 Gemeinden der spanischen Baleareninsel Mallorca. Das Gemeindegebiet liegt in der Serra de Tramuntana im Nordwesten der Insel. Im Jahre 2008 waren in dem Verwaltungsbezirk von Sóller 13.625 Einwohner gemeldet. 2006 betrug der Ausländeranteil 15,3 % (1960 Personen), der Anteil deutscher Einwohner 3,1 % (401). Das Gemeindegebiet erstreckt sich über 43 km² und grenzt im Talkessel an die Gemeinde Fornalutx an. Amtssprachen sind Katalanisch und Spanisch (Kastilisch). Der auf der Insel gesprochene katalanische Dialekt wird Mallorquí genannt.

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