Holidays to Son Servera take you to a quiet corner of eastern Majorca and give you laid-back evenings and authentic island cooking. There are hiking trails around you, and lively Cala Millor just down the road.
Son Servera is a traditional little town on Majorca’s quieter eastern coast. It’s set among beautiful green plains and rugged hillside, with signed hiking routes offering the chance to explore. Nightlife revolves around the handful of authentic Spanish restaurants along the town’s quaint narrow streets. You’re away from it all here, but a long straight road connects you to lively Cala Millor, 10 minutes away.
Cala Millor is the main beach for Son Servera locals – it’s a wide stretch of fine white sand with shallow blue waters. There’s also Cala Canyamel, 15 minutes’ drive from Son Servera – it’s a quieter spot with sunloungers, umbrellas and prom-side restaurants. And a little further afield is Playa de Muro, on Majorca’s northern coast – 40 minutes and you’ll be dipping your toes in its fine white sand and baby-blue waters.
Sanctuaries and caves
In just 15 minutes you can get to Arta. On a hill overlooking the town there’s the 12th-century Santuari de Sant Salvador, a former hermitage that you can walk around. The famous Coves del Drach are 20 minutes away. Then the Medieval and Roman ruins at Alcudia are 45 minutes’ drive away – there’s a charming old town surrounded by 14th-century walls and the ruins of an ancient amphitheatre a short stroll away.
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Majorca is renowned for its beaches and you are wonderfully situated to take advantage of all that the north and east of the island has to offer. The sandy beaches of Cala Millor and Porto Cristo are a short drive away, although if you have a car it’s just as likely you’ll want to discover your own little beachy haven. Closer to your resort is the Badia d’Alcudia, a bay that sweeps round the north east coast with a long sandy beach.
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