Holidays to Son Servera
This inland town at the foot of Calicant Mountain in the northeast of Majorca has had a rich and varied past. The various occupations are still evident in the architecture and names of places, and many have a Moorish flavour. It is popular with affluent Spaniards and there are expanses of beautiful beach nearby. The population is small (about 4,000) and agriculture, livestock and tourism are the main industries.
A sweeping arc of white sand backed with hotels, cafés and bars, this beach is well sheltered and family friendly.
This family safe beach can get quite breezy, so it’s a great spot for wind surfing. It’s backed by shops and bars.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
Sightseeing in Palma
Take a tour of Palma’s narrowed streets and ancient buildings. Also visit the Joan Miró museum and the Paseo Maritimo.
Explore the depths of the ocean without getting wet at Palma Aquarium, which has over 700 species of marine life.
This is a national dish. Thin sheets of pastry smothered with filling and rolled up into a swirl. A bit like a Danish.
Translated simply as bread and oil, this treat is often topped with tomatoes, cheese and cured meats, too.
For a relatively small town, Son Servera has a good number of restaurants. Many more can be found on the coast.
The beaches are a good place to head for a selection of bars, from rustic and local to the higher end.
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