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Jardi Botanic de Soller

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Jardi Botanic de Soller

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Carretera Palma km 30,5, 07100, Soller, Majorca Spain
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When your cruise ship docks in Palma de Mallorca, head ashore for a hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing tour. From the open-top, double-decker bus, see the city’s beloved landmarks and step off to explore at any of the 16 stops. With your 24-hour ticket, travel at your own pace and listen to audio commentary for the history behind the sights as you go. Upgrade to include a boat tour or entry to Bellver Castle with your ticket.
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LeonMik wrote a review Aug 2020
Fuerteventura, Spain82 contributions39 helpful votes
After visiting several botanic gardens in Spain and around the world, must say, this one was the less interesting. I do respect work of everybody and I know how much you need to accomplish some project, but this is worse than some home garden considering there are professional gardeners and landscapers employed here. Not to mention the entrance fee of 8€ for a garden which you can walk through in 15 min.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Keith823 wrote a review Oct 2019
Maidstone, United Kingdom4 contributions3 helpful votes
Possibly, looking at the other reviews, it may have been the wrong time of year to visit. It appeared considerably run down and not well kept. Not worth the 8 euro admissions fee.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dr Dawn D wrote a review Sep 2019
72 contributions17 helpful votes
I had read some previous reviews and was sceptical about visiting. The cost was really reasonable for a stay as long as you like, 7 euros if I remember rightly. It was a lovely place and we ended up staying about 3 hours all told. You obviously have to like botanic gardens and yes if you have no interest in gardening it could all look very similar. We loved our visit and took time sitting on the many benches taking in the views and sunshine. There was also a museum to look around which was interesting. It is not far from Soller town centre and we walked easily there and back.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kcdc230 wrote a review Sep 2019
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom24 contributions21 helpful votes
Having driven past the entrance to the botanical gardens many times over the years, this year we were staying in Soller so had a gentle stroll over to the gardens - about a 15 minute slow walk from the central square. The gardens aren't huge, but very interesting to wander round with a few information boards explaining the different areas. There is also a small natural history museum with a shop and toilets. Very good value and would recommend if you have an hour or two to spare.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Frank103 wrote a review Aug 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom327 contributions66 helpful votes
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Having read a number of negative reviews I was in two minds whether I should visit at all but I'm so glad I did. Some reviewers must have come here with the wrong expectations, esp if they visited in summer. This is not Kew Gardens with lush mixed borders full of flower colour! As a Botanic Garden it has a scientific purpose: the display, study and preservation of the flora of the Balearic islands and other Mediterranean as well as Canary Islands. This it does very well. Different sections have their individual themes, plants are labelled, and one can read about how plants preserve water during the hot dry summer. For many that means that they haven't lush green leaves in the baking sun, but they aren't dead. In any case, there is plenty to look at and enjoy even in August, such as cacti in flower and waterlilies and dragonflies on a pond. Come and see for yourself! Parking is easy.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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