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Towns and villages of the Son Servera Region


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Son Servera is located in the east of Mallorca

Neighbouring regions and areas

Son Servera borders on the municipal areas of Capdepera, Artà and Sant Llorenc des Cardassar.


Muni_guide_icon_globe 22.4% (2,600) of 2014 population (11,576): 26% Americas, 22.4% German, 11.3% British, 5.8% Italian, 1.1% French Muni_guide_icon_golf 3 golf courses
Muni_guide_icon_heart_hospital 3 nearby hospitals and 3 medical centers Muni_guide_icon_beach 7 beaches
Muni_guide_icon_book 6 nearby schools Muni_guide_icon_marina_boat 1 nearby marina – Club Náutico Porto Cristo
Muni_guide_icon_police 1 police station  Muni_guide_icon_airport 71 km / 56 min


Daily sunshine hours

Son Servera is pleased with plenty of daily sunshine. The sunniest days are in July with average of 11 hours of sunshine per day, making it a very enjoyable month with long bright days. The least sunny months are from November to December with the average of 5 sunny hours.

Average day/night temperature

Weather in the coastal municipality of Son Servera is characterized by Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winter period. The highest average temperature is 31°C in July and August, and the average minimum temperature is at 10°C in January and February. The wettest month is November with a 39% chance of rain, and the driest month is generally July with only a 7% chance of rain.

Wind direction distribution during the year (%)

The windiest month in Son Servera is March when there is a 15% chance of windy days. The least windy months are from July to August with only a 4% chance of windy days.

Average sea temperature

The sea water temperature around Son Servera changes significantly throughout the year. The temperature ranges from 14°C in the month of February up to 26°C in August. The average water temperature during the year is 19°C and the best time for nautical activities is late summer, since Son Servera is located in the northern hemisphere.


Situated in the east of the island, the vibrant municipality of Son Servera provides its residents and visitors alike a multitude of possibilities throughout the year. It offers both, a quiet non-stressful rural lifestyle with the island’s traditions and the dynamic resort environment. It is a favourite destination among the affluent crowd, attracted to the clean sandy beaches and charming natural surrounding landscape.

Son Servera Property Insights

Prices on Son Servera property market, in northeast Mallorca, are lower than in Mallorca in general. The average price ranges from per square meter for an apartment to per square meter for a house. Highly-appreciated views of the sea put a premium value on properties here. You can find investment opportunities for per square meter.

The most renowned real estate agencies on Son Servera property market are Mallorca Dream InmobilariaRiera & Taylor and Sa Coma Inmobilaria, offering the highest number of listings in the area.

Son Servera property price analysis.


Why Son Servera Property?

The municipality occupies an area of 42.56 km2 and has a 7 km of coast, extending from Cape Pinar to Punta de n’Amer. Between these two points, there are many coves and beaches, as well as urban developments, including highly appreciated holiday and second home destinations of Cala Millor, Cala Bona, and Costa de los Pinos.

Many properties offered for sale in Son Servera are found in privileged surroundings. For example, the peaceful residential zone of Costa de los Pinos hosts exclusive developments and villas in an unbeatable location, next to the golf course and first line to the coast. In this unique residential area, between the lush green pine trees and the azure blue sea, second home buyers enjoy maximum privacy.

The municipality took its name after the medieval knight Jaume Servera, who participated in the conquest of Mallorca. He was granted this area that today is known as Son Servera thanks to the Royal Property Distribution.

Originally, Son Servera belonged to Artà. Within just 50 years, this small and remote population centre has grown into an important municipality highly influenced by the tourism industry.

Surrounded by an outstanding natural countryside, its traditional activities were once linked to agriculture and fishing. Nevertheless, for the recent years, Son Servera has enjoyed an enormous economic boom thanks to the flocks of visitors attracted to its magnificent coastal zone.

The centre of the municipality is the inland town of the same name, where most municipal buildings and facilities are found.

A popular resort of Cala Millor boasts a white sandy beach bathed in clear and calm turquoise water. Also, it provides many opportunities for leisure and entertainment. Despite welcoming a large number of visitors, it has a significant number of permanent residents as well.

A small coastal area of Cala Bona is located at about 3.5 km from the main town of Son Servera. Traditionally a fishing harbour, today it is surrounded by residences, renovated hotels, and shops.

The municipality has developed different hiking and cycling routes to offer visitors and residents other options than the sun and the beach. For example, cyclists will enjoy its 20 km of flat and secure extension, stretching from Cala Millor to Costa de los Pinos, and linking with the town of Son Servera.

For golf enthusiasts, the region hosts three excellent and prestigious golf courses, such as the golf clubs of Son Servera, Pula and Costa de los Pinos.

This way, the contrast of Son Servera of the calm countryside with welcoming coastline together with the liveliness set alongside its tranquillity is an experience to meet the most demanding expectations.

Son Servera property price analysis.