Son Servera, a town near the east coast of Mallorca where its pedestrian center stands out.
Son Servera is a town near the coast located east of the island. It is located 71.2 km from Palma and 20.1 km from Manacor. In its vicinity we find the towns of Artá, San Llorenç and Capdepera. The approximate population of the municipality is 11,500 inhabitants. The municipality of Son Servera has three urban centers on the coast; Cala Millor, Cal Bona and Costa de los Pinos.
Son Servera is a small town where you can breathe the serenity of yesteryear. The center of the town is where the town hall is located, the Sant Joan Baptista church and the New Church. The old town of Son Servera is pedestrian and here we can find some local businesses and coffee shops.
MAIN PLACES TO VISIT
• San Juan Bautista Church. Located in the Plaza de Sant Joan, the beginnings of its construction date back to the year 1622.
• New Church. Unfinished church where architectural elements typical of the Neo-Gothic stand out.
• Sculpture "Pastoret" Memory of the devastating epidemic that Son Servera suffered in 1820.
• "Es Rentadors". Public laundry built in 1905 so that the inhabitants of Son Servera could wash their clothes
• Ca Na Violina. Old building where the music school of the town was located.
MAIN FESTIVALS AND MARKETS
• Local market. It is celebrated every Friday.
• Sant Antòni Festivitie. In mid-January.
• San Ignacio de Antioquia. It is celebrated on February 1st.
• Carnival. Held in February - March.
• Holy Week. Held in April.
• Festivities of Sant Joan. Held on June 24.
How to arrive:
From Palma you must take the Ma-15 motorway that goes through Manacor towards San Llorenç where you must finally continue on the Ma-4030 to Son Servera.