Sa Veu de Sóller
Veu de Sóller The 'Veu de Sóller' editorial office
The 'Veu de Sóller' editorial office
The weekly newspaper 'Veu de Sóller' is a basic tool of communication for the people of the municipalities of Sóller, Bunyola, Fornalutx, Deià and Escorca, situated in the very heart of the 'Serra de Tramuntana' mountain range in Mallorca.

Founded on the 26th of May, 1989 by a group of journalism enthusiasts, the 'Veu de Sóller' has always maintained a growing line of quality that has allowed for improvement of the content, and the physical expansion of the zone of influence.

The 'Veu de Sóller' appears at the points of sale on Thursday evenings. Through its 32 pages, the 18,000 habitants of the area have to hand all the local and district news regarding politics, culture, society, religion and sport, as well as interviews, reports and opinion sections that are open to readers.

Edited by the non-profit making cultural association of the same name, the 'Veu de Sóller' is structured as a small, independent company, with its own administration, workspace and staff; and has the help of some fifty collaborators who make up the principal essence and the main driving force of the staff. From all this comes 'Sa Veu's' independent and plural character, its special sensitivity toward popular, cultural and sporting initiatives that emerge within the zone of influence, where the weekly strives to always be present.

The articles are written in Mallorcan. - Sa web de Sóller

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