Top 10 Things to do in Son Servera, Spain

January 8, 2018 Darwin Bolte

Son Servera in Spain, from Europe region, is best know for Bars & Clubs. Discover best things to do in Son Servera with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Son Servera

1. Sanddancers Bar

Carrer Na Llambies 81 | Cala Bona, 07559 Cala Bona, Majorca, Spain +34 645 37 36 82
Excellent
75%
Good
14%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
3%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 595 reviews

Sanddancers Bar

Celebrating 15 yrs. If you come to Cala Bona pls Feel Free to pop in and see us. We are a friendly family bar with a lovely atmosphere which caters for all ages! We Play Great Music from 60s 70s 80s Sing Along With the Entertainment or Grab The MIC Yourself and sing with our 250,000 KARAOKE selection. For KIDS A Safe Play Area next to our Beer Garden plus PS3 & XBox 's. IT'S THE BIG ONE THIS YEAR"THE WORLD CUP 2018" AND THIS IS THE PLACE TO WATCH IT ON OUR MULTI BIG SCREEN TV'S WITH A GREAT ATMOSPHERE & MATCH DAY OFFERS. We serve Simple but Delicious FOOD all Night till late to eat in or take away. FUN THEMED PARTY NIGHTS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON IE: WILD WEST,PIRATES,MOTOWN NIGHTS & OUR FAMOUS SUPA, SANTA, SUMMA CHRISTMAS PARTIES. FREE SANTA HATs! OUR ST PADDIES SHIN DIG IS SAT 17TH MARCH 2018. NOT TO BE MISSED!So with GREAT MUSIC A WARM WELCOME, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AND LOTS OF FUN & LAUGHS WE THINK YOU'LL HAVE A NIGHT TO REMEMBER AND A HANGOVER TO FORGET.HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON!

Reviewed By gazorro - Hartlepool, United Kingdom

A busy little bar just off the main street, run by a North East family, very friendly, good Karaoke, cheap drink, and good quality beer.

2. Cala Millor Beach

Cala Millor, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
56%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 1 reviews

Cala Millor Beach

Reviewed By GedJon1 - London, United Kingdom

Visited in Feb 2018 so not really able to enjoy the sea as the water too cold. However nice clean beach and plenty of space . Typical Spanish Promenade and worth a walk in any conditions. Should give a mention to the Spanish workers who were out every morning cleaning the paths and emptying all the bins. Probably not noticed by most

3. Club De Golf Son Servera

Urb. Costa de los Pinos | Calle del Golf, s/n, 07559 Son Servera, Majorca, Spain +34 971 84 00 96
Excellent
44%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 70 reviews

Club De Golf Son Servera

Reviewed By scottishgirl98 - Aberdeen

The Son Servera course is very picturesque, with a mixture of undulating and flatter holes as well as some nice water features. However, the play is dreadfully slow. We were held up on all but one hole. The martial stopped twice when we complained and said he would do something about it, but in actual fact was totally ineffective and the slow play continued. Players' speed of play should be better managed to ensure enjoyment rather than deep frustration! Sadly, should we return to Majorca then Son Servera will not be on our list of courses to play. Managing speed of play is a basic requirement of any course.

4. Strand Sa Coma

Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
52%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 392 reviews

Strand Sa Coma

Reviewed By Les T - England

Lovely sandy beach although the price you pay for sun lounger and shade is a bit expensive, just throw a towel down and enjoy

5. The Beach Bar Sillot 2017

Ronda Mati 9, 07687 Manacor, Majorca, Spain +34 664 44 54 08
Excellent
62%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 80 reviews

The Beach Bar Sillot 2017

Reviewed By Rob H - Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

We decided to try this place after passing it a few nights previous on a walk along the sea front. The staff were so welcoming as we arrived & found a table for us. It was really busy but we didn't have to wait long to be served with our drinks & given a menu.
The food was amazing! My oldest tried the sizzling chicken pieces which we all had a piece of as the looked lovely. My youngest had a kids pizza, my partner had Gyros & I had chicken breast.
The meal was a bit more expensive than we'd been paying but this was due to the meal not just being 'pub food'.
Will definitely be visiting here next year!

6. Cala Morlanda

S'illot, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
67%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 58 reviews

Cala Morlanda

Reviewed By Jandave21 - Plymouth

Hired cycles to go here since it is a couple of miles from where we are staying. Was tipped off that this is fantastic for snorkelling. There's no beach, just several sets of steps cut into the side of cliff. Popular place for coasteering, scuba, snorkelling and cliff jumping. Also mainly local Mallorcan people there which made it especially nice. We went to snorkel and were not disappointed. Really good spot and safe out to as far as the yellow buoys at the entrance to the cove then it got a bit choppy. Saw lots of fish in including pipefish, hermit crabs and some good size shoals. Tip: bring plenty of water and water shoes.

7. Skualo

Passeig Cap d_es Toll, 11, 07680 Porto Cristo, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
74%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
4%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 122 reviews

Skualo

With more than 20 years of experience in the sector, thousands of clients already have enjoyed submerging with us in the crystalline waters of Mallorca. Our objective is offer a quality service with special attention to our customers safety guaranteeing a great experience for them, either inside and outside of the water. We dispose top quality equipments and friendly and experienced staff that speak different languages (English, German, French and Spanish). Come and enjoy with us the funniest activities such as the unforgettable Excursion to the Marine Caves, the Diving Baptism, Diving Trips for certified divers, Snorkeling, Kayaking and Stand Up Paddle Trips!

Reviewed By Ben B

Overall, our experience was fun but some areas were disappointing.
My partner and I were recommended Skualo by the Thomas Cook desk at our hotel when we asked about going snorkelling for the first time. We decided that the cost of 90 Euros (£80) seemed fair for the two of us and for the amount of time plus pick-up from the hotel.
Unfortunately we had some problems during the excursion itself:
1. Lack of Communication
There was little attention given to us at the centre other than providing us with the scuba kit (Wet suits and snorkels). However, we weren't updated on what was happening or where we were going. When other people (including some divers) arrived and were getting ready then we were left standing around aimlessly. It was about 45 minutes until we set off on the boat at last.
2. Lack of Instructions
Once the divers were dropped off we were taken to a bay to begin snorkelling, but we were expected to just get in the water and go. There were absolutely no instructions on what to do or what to watch out for. We were in deep water and neither of us had done it before, including using scuba flippers. The driver eventually went over some of what to do but it felt very awkward and I was surprised there was no teaching involved or we weren't brought to a less deep area to practice first.
3. Time
The actual time spent snorkelling was little over 1 hour. The spot was decent as there were fish and jellyfish to see, but after the divers came back then we returned to the centre. For what we paid this was definitely disappointing.
4. Swimming Goggles
I had brought my own prescription swimming goggles and at the centre I was told that I could use them, but no one pointed out that (without the standard mask which covers the nose) I'd have nothing to block my nostrils.
The driver didn't have any on the boat so this meant I had to use one hand to hold them closed while I was swimming. For a dedicated diving centre, I'm surprised that this wasn't picked up on when we were getting ready.
The staff were generally fine, the actual snorkelling itself was fun but the cost and awkwardness really tarnished the experience, so I feel unable to rate my Skualos experience higher.

8. Albatros Diving

Calle Xaloc 5 | Port de Cala Bona, 07559 Cala Bona, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
81%
Good
13%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 110 reviews

Albatros Diving

PADI 5 Star Dive center. Daily diving excursions for cerfified divers. Snorkelling trips, all level diving courses, excursions to marine caves, rental boat... Since 1994. Dive excursions to the Marine natural reserve of Cala Ratjada, cosidered as one of the 10 best dive spots in Spain. We speak english, German, french, spanish, dutch and italian.

Reviewed By Nikki v - Barcelona, Spain

After completing the online theory with Padi we completed our confined water dives and open water dives to get the Padi Open Water Diver qualification with Albatros Diving in Cala Bona. Our instructor Fred was great, he explained everything clearly and was patient. When booking...MoreMany kind thanks for your positive feedback Nikki, it was a real pleasure having you here. All the best with your future dives and hoping to see you again. Martine

9. Iglesia Nova

Carrer de ses Creus, 4, 07550 Son Servera, Majorca, Spain +34 971 56 70 02
Excellent
51%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 52 reviews

Iglesia Nova

Reviewed By Lynne A - Bristol, United Kingdom

We stopped here after walking through the back roads from Cala Bona. There was some celebration being prepared whilst we were there and flowers being arranged around the church. Apparently this church was never finished, hence no roof! Well worth a visit.

10. Punta de n'Amer

Landzunge links vom Sandstrand bei Sa Coma, 07560 Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain
Excellent
45%
Good
43%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 484 reviews

Punta de n'Amer

Reviewed By alkris - Portlaoise, Ireland

My wife and I considered taking a horse and carriage ride to the Castillo but decided to stroll up to it instead. It is a nice walk, plenty of cats and horses to talk to on the way! But although the path is well trodden, it was a good bit more uneven than we expected, so we would recommend walkers wear good shoes.
Although the Castillo is just a single tower it is very interesting and the views from the roof are wonderful. There is also a nice cafe there with plenty of seats. There is also more cats and a parrot for the animal lovers among us.

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