There are two main ways to get to and from Soller. Currently there is a tunnel that is 3023 meters long and was opened on the 19th February, 1997. Before that, the way back was the one I am going to tell you about you now, a long way around for three quarters of an hour to go through it. It is rather dangerous and costly. The curves are all uphill, and it's hard to drive because you cannot see the cars which are coming down towards the village. My partner and I went to Soller via the tunnel. We were so unhappy with the price (the tunnel is a toll paid tunnel, and it cost about 5 or 6 euros, I do not remember exactly) we decided not to go through there. We spent a splendid day at the port, but decided to return back without paying. In the pictures you can see the danger of the curves and around the surrounding landscape.
It is a mountain road that connects the town of Orio with San Sebastian, and goes by Mount Igeldo. It is quite narrow with slopes and curves. The wonderful views therefor makes it is worth it. On one side the sea and on the other the mountains.