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Son Servera – Brush Shoulders with High Society

07550 Son Servera City center: 18 km
07550 Son Servera City center: 10.7 km
07559 Son Servera City center: 2 km
07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 0 km
07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 0.1 km
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07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 2.1 km
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07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 2.3 km
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07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 2.5 km
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07560 Cala Millor, Son Servera City center: 2.6 km
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07680 Porto Cristo, Manacor City center: 5.8 km
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07200 Felanitx City center: 14.8 km
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07458 Can Picafort, Santa Margalida City center: 17 km
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07400 Alcúdia City center: 18.4 km
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07400 Alcúdia City center: 18.5 km
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Son Servera is a lively town of more than 10,000 inhabitants on the sultry Spanish island of Mallorca. Founded in the lands of the Servera family by James I of Aragon, the town was first documented in 1354 as Benicanella. The patron saint of the town is San Joan, celebrated on June 24 with a seven-day fiesta with a local fair and farmers’ market. Ball de bot, a traditional Majorcan dance, fills the streets. The municipal area includes Cala Millor, meaning "better bay", a popular tourist area with a robust community of Germans who chose this 6 km coastline in Mallorca’s rugged north-east for their permanent residence. Costa de los Pinos is an amazing stretch of land at the end of the bay of Cala Millor with private villas framed by pine-clad hills.

Location: An exclusive resort

Son Servera is 14 km away from Palma de Mallorca International Airport. As public transportation is rather poor, a taxi or hired car is recommended to take you to your hotel. The centre is around 20 to 30 minutes by road.

Business: High budget tourism

Almost completely dependent on its tourism industry, Son Servera attracts visitors with its white sandy beaches, turquoise seas, and warm weather. The high-quality tourist amenities, including its spectacular golf courses, are a great way to spend a business trip or a break from the office.

Culture: A heterogeneous cultural background

Mallorca’s recorded history starts in the 8th century BC, when it was colonized by the Phoenicians. Romans, Byzantines, Moors, and Catalans followed, and all left their mark in the architecture and living traditions of this small Mediterranean island. Medieval fortresses, prehistoric and Roman remains, Moorish baths, and Gothic buildings blend with modern and contemporary art exhibits. Musicians, painters, and poets have chosen Mallorca as a refuge, many of whom have called it home. Apart from the traditional religious festivals, there is a variety of periodic multi-cultural events originating from different backgrounds.

Activities: Sun, sea, and nightlife

There are few places in the world where you can find such a diversity of landscape, architecture, and cultural activity as in the island of Mallorca. On the same day, you can hike on the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range with its highest peak at 1,445 metres, and take a refreshing afternoon dip in one of the beaches in the bay of Cala Millor. Or you can attend one of the many festivals and mingle with the locals, visit an art gallery, and end your day with a special dinner in one of the high-class restaurants in Costa de los Pinos. After a memorable coastal cruise around the island, you may wish to spend the night at Palma admiring the lights on its impressive gothic cathedral and the Bellver Castle, then enter its thriving night scene, and party until dawn in the Baleares capital.