Holidays in Son Servera

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Top holiday (Flight+Hotel) £178
Family holiday (Flight+Hotel) £145
Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel) £194
Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel) £285

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Son Servera is a historic beachside town on the Spanish island of Majorca. Located on the east coast of the island, the town is a quiet and relaxing retreat for holidaymakers of all ages. With origins dating back to the 1300's, idyllic sand and sea and a range of attractions, Son Servera has much to offer its visitors.

When to take Son Servera holidays

The climate of Son Servera (GMT+1) is typical of the Mediterranean region, with hot summers and cool, mild winters. An ideal time to take Son Servera holidays would be during the summer period of June to September, when temperatures range between 25-30 degrees Celsius. Begin Son Servera holidays by flying in to Palma de Mallorca Airport, located 70km from the town. Taxis and a regular bus service connect to Son Severa, with a travel time of around one hour.

Son Servera holidays: What to see and do

Son Servera is surrounded by several beautiful beaches with soft, white sand and transparent waters. Cala Millor, meaning 'best cove,' stretches over 6km and is famous for being one of Majorca's finest beaches. Cala Bona is also a popular area with activities such as diving, sailing, surfing and snorkeling, along with lessons available at the shore. The beaches are manned by lifeguards and contain facilities such as showers, toilets and kiosks.

The Església Nova Son Servera is a spectacular open-roofed church and one of the town's greatest attractions. Other notable pieces of architecture include the Bridge of Calet and the Sant Joan Baptista Church, built in 1622. Food enthusiasts can choose from a wide range of bars, cafés and restaurants serving traditional Majorcan cuisine and locally produced wine. For the best views over Son Servera, visitors should make their way to El Puig de Sa font (the Fountain Hill). Each Friday a local market is held in the town centre offering fresh produce, traditional wares and gifts.

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