11 properties in Son Servera for sale

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house in Son Servera with Holiday license

Son Servera, Outstanding villa with pool and holiday rental license close to the Pula Golf course in Son Servera

361 m²

6.921 m²


€ 2,950,000.-

house in Son Servera

Son Servera, Generously-designed finca in a fantastic location with pool and sweeping views in Son Servera

386 m²

15.282 m²


€ 1,690,000.-

house in Son Servera

Son Servera, Wonderful, very well-maintained stone finca with pool and much privacy between Son Servera and Arta

395 m²

7.200 m²


€ 1,680,000.-

house in Son Servera with Holiday license

Son Servera, Wonderful family-finca with pool close to the beach in Son Servera

500 m²

13.864 m²


€ 1,500,000.-

house in Son Servera

Son Servera, Impressive Finca with exceptional panoramic views in Son Servera

340 m²

6.300 m²


€ 1,490,000.-

house in Son Servera

Son Servera, Wonderful, completely renovated chalet only a stone's throw from the sea in Port Verd

180 m²

600 m²


€ 1,400,000.-

plot in Son Servera

Son Servera, large, very beautiful building plot between Arta and San Lorenzo

49.332 m²

400 m²


on request

house in Son Servera new

Son Servera, Classic Mallorcan town-house requiring renovation on the town square of Son Servera

519 m²

442 m²


€ 650,000.-

plot in Son Servera

Son Servera, Large building plot for a detached house with pool and sweeping views in Son Servera

25.500 m²

1.020 m²


€ 399,000.-


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Information about Son Servera and surrounding area from Porta Mondial:

Son Servera

“Esglèsia Nou” in Son Servera

Those wanting to discover the authentic Majorca, is in the right place in Son Servera. The 11,000-strong community of Majorca has so far totally evaded tourist flows. You can fell truly safe in Son Servera, many of the wooden house doors are left open. In front of retirement homes a few older people can be seen dozing in the shade. Children play football in the less frequented streets. Those looking for company head to the village square.

On the Plaza Sant Joan the most important festival of the town is celebrated annually on 24 June: in honour of the patron saint Sant Joan (John the Baptist) you find numerous concerts and the traditional fires of the "Demonis". There is a procession through the narrow streets of Son Servera, which are ecorated on the occasion with white ribbons.

Plaza in Son Servera

Plaza in Son Servera

The parish church Sant Joan Baptista and Esglèsia Nou

Also worth seeing is the parish church of Sant Joan Baptista, which was built in 1764 and then gradually renovated. From the outside it looks like a medieval fortified church but from inside it shines in new splendour. Less than a hundred metres away from it, you come to the second church of the village, which resembles a ruin at first sight.

The neo-Gothic "Esglèsia Nou"however, was not even completed for lack of funds. Between 1905 and 1929, Joan Rubió i Bellver, Gaudí's a student no less, worked on the ambitious project. Previously Rubió i Bellver designed the facade of the church of Sant Bartomeu in Sóller and the building of the Banco Sóller in accordance with the style of Modernisme. Likewise his "Esglèsia Nou" was left unfinished in Son Servera, but in terms of aesthetics, it is not lacking. And since the statics of the bizarre-rise foundations has been saved, the church now serves as a unique open-air stage for cultural events.

A hotly debated story revolves around the name of Son Servera. In 1229 the knight Jaume Cervera paid a visit to the village and was involved in the recapture of Majorca. Since the name Severa is very common in Majorca, many believe that the villagers eventually adopted the surname of their nobles. Others point to the many apple trees (in mallorquí "serves") that grow around Son Servera and could also have been the foundation of the name. The latter version has prevailed on the village coat of arms which flaunts an apple tree.

History in the Spanish Civil War

Incidentally, the tranquil village once stood in the centre of history during the Spanish Civil War. In August 1936 Republican troops landed on the east coast and tried in vain to capture Son Servera. While the civilians fled their homes, the Nationalists entrenched themselves in the village and withstood the almost daily artillery shelling and bombing. So Son Servera went down in the history as winners and as an"undefeated" village. The price of this is still visible to this day. Few historic walls can be seen, the majority of mostly two-story houses were built after the war.

Spectacular properties in the hills of the Serres de Llevant

The most desirable properties are located in the picturesque surroundings of Son Servera. The hills of the Serres de Llevant have their own charm and are studded with spectacular villas. Its proximity to the coast means that there are some magnificent seascapes to be found. A good impression of the landscape can be achieved on the hill of Son Servera, the Puig de Sa Font. A charming footpath leads from the school to the peak.

Cala Millor

Beach of Cala Millor

Restaurantipps unserer Makler:

  • Ca´n Julia: Authentic Majorcan cuisine at the entrance to Son Servera.
  • Peperoncino: Excellent Italian cuisine near the Placa Sant Joan.
  • Taberna Gallega: Local bar with cosy terrace. Meeting place for the locals.