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Small town with Mallorcan flair

The small town of Son Servera has just under 12,000 inhabitants, who are at home in the winding streets of the city. The city center offers the usual Mallorcan flair, and welcomes many people from all around the island on Fridays, to its weekly market. This one is prepared for the multitude of tourists who are in the strongholds of some of the eastern coastlines – such as in Cala Ratjada. The highlight of the town is clearly the Iglesia Nova, which is also called the “unfinished church”. It was planned at the beginning of the 20th century by Gaudi student Joan Rubio i Bellver, but the construction had to be discontinued for cost reasons. This archetectonically remarkable setting takes advantage of today’s culture: In summer, this place is converted into an open-air stage and tourists can enjoy concerts, folk performances and plays. At dark, the church is splendidly illuminated and appears so venerable that one quickly forgets that its roof and windows are missing.

History, culture and paradisiac bays

Son Servera itself does not have a large cultural offer, but it is very well connected to the sights of the historic Northeast. From here you can take an eventful trip to Arta and visit the Museo Regional, the impressive castle in Capdepera or the fishing and marina in Cala Ratjada. If you drive out of here, you should definitely visit the sculpture garden of Casa March.
The region around Son Servera invites too much movement. Here you can ride out – on the bike as well as on horseback – all kinds of water sports exercise and hiking. Catamaran rides on the sea are also popular. This way you can also head for paradisiacal bays that are not always accessible by land. Golfing hearts have every reason to be happy, as there are three golf courses with different levels of difficulty. As challenging as the golf course of Canyamel.

Bathing suit for everyone on the coast of Son Servera

The east coast around Son Servera has two faces. One is drawn from the construction boom and attracts many package tourists, the other is characterized by villa areas and quiet landscapes. The situation is similar with the coastal sections. If you are looking for the perfect beach here, you usually have the choice between a good infrastructure, ie: restaurants, showers and lifeguards – but also many other tourists with whom you share the fine sandy beach – or rocky coves that rest alone and after which one has to look for something. The Cala Mondrago and the Cala Llombards, for example, great tips for bathing fun on less crowded bays.

Holidays in Son Servera means enjoying variety, feeling free on walks through the pines, discovering the perfect bay for sunbathing like a precious pearl and sitting on the terrace, serving fresh fish from the weekly market to a good glass of Mallorcan wine.