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If Majorca falls within your dream-destination bucket list then one place you must visit is the city of Son Servera. With a really small population, this city is paradise for those in search of beauty and solitude, away from maddening tourist crowds. The city takes its name from the Servera family who owned the land when King James of Aragon originally laid its foundations. Son Servera Hotels are like their city - oasis of peace and tranquility in a beautiful town that's relaxed but within reach of the livelier Cala Millor. Making a booking beforehand is best for a holidays that's as relaxed as it is refreshing. Use Venere to find the most suitable accommodation available, find out up to date info about hotel services, and pick a location that's best placed for you visit.

What's Son Servera Like?

Son Servera is made up from quaint little streets and cute buildings. Set about three miles behind Cala Bona, perhaps the prime landmark of Son Servera is the Iglesia Nova. What looks like a ruin is in fact a deliberate Gothic folly - it was left unfinished. Tourists who have witnessed the Iglesia Nova in the moonlight rave about it, though it's impressive even in the day. The other thing you can indulge in, probably at one of the hotels in Son Servera, is golf. Some Son Servera accommodations boast 18-hole golf courses that let you play your game surrounded with the best of amenities. Other places to stay in Son Servera may place you in the midst of the town square or better still at the gorgeous and clean beach. This is one reason why Son Servera is popular with families - the beaches are pristine. June 24 is dedicated to the patron saint of the town, San Joan, and locals celebrate with a week-long fiesta that's a great experience for tourists.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Son Servera

Son Servera is a small town in Mallorca - and while it may not receive tourists in droves, it likes to retain its guests with warmth. Some people speak Catalan and others Spanish, but you can get by fine with just Spanish. As a popular tourist destination English is also widely spoken - in fact many Son Servera Hotels employ English-speaking staff for the comfort of tourists. What's notable is that Cala Millor also has a large German populace - so you could brush up your rusty German if you would like to speak to this expat community. Scroll through the Son Servera hotels available on Venere now to find the best choice for your vacation.