Set on Majorca’s beautiful northeast coast, a Son Servera self-catering vacation villa would be a comfortable and welcoming retreat for holidaymakers in search of sun, sea and sand, without the noise of some of the island’s more touristy resorts. Here you can make the most of a modern tourism infrastructure, with picturesque and well-appointed beaches, golf courses and historic towns boasting excellent bars and restaurants.
Son Servera self-catering vacation accommodation is surrounded by rugged, pine forest-covered hills and close to some lovely beaches. Cala Millor, the largest resort on Majorca’s east coast, is no more than three kilometres from apartments in Son Servera. Here you’ll encounter a long sandy beach, complemented by a host of useful amenities. The resort itself is known for its bustling nightlife and lively atmosphere, but draws a slightly more mature crowd than the famous destinations closer to Palma.
Another sublime beach can be discovered at Sa Coma, also mere minutes from Son Servera self-catering apartments, where there’s a stretch of sand almost a kilometre in length and ideal waters for activities such as snorkelling and scuba diving.
Son Servera self-catering holiday villas are located in and around a town that dates back to the start of the 14th Century. A famous landmark here is the 17th Century church of St. John the Baptist, the bell tower of which is the only surviving remnant of the medieval Son Frai Gari Estate. There is also a weekly market every Friday.
If you enjoy a serious round of golf then you’ll be pleased to find the exclusive Pula Golf course in the vicinity of Son Servera rental accommodation; this club is held in high-esteem for the perfect condition of its greens and fairways, as well as its challenging layout. Son Servera Club is a little more accessible, and features nine very demanding holes through thick pine forest.
The charming town of Manacor is no more than a 20-minute drive from apartments in Son Servera. It’s known for hosting the best market on the island every Monday, and, despite being one of Majorca’s largest towns, has an appearance and character of an historic rural community, with beautiful old churches and numerous festivals and celebrations throughout the year.
You’ll be almost guaranteed warm, sunny weather if you visit a Son Server vacation villa in the summer months. Temperatures tend to rise around late-April and remain high until as late as November. The hottest months are undoubtedly June, July and August, while the winter season here brings cooler, damper weather.
Son Servera holiday villas are an hour from Palma Airport (PMI), which has connections to a host of UK cities, with flights via easyJet, Ryanair, Thomas Cook and other low-cost airlines.