Son Servera (East)
Son Servera is a Spanish town and municipality located in the north-eastern part of Mallorca, this municipality borders with San Lorenzo del Cardessar, Artá and Capdepera. Son Servera is a small town where you can breathe the peace and quiet of yesteryear, it is characterised for being a quiet town, without too much tourism. The centre of the town is where the town hall, the Sant Joan Baptista church and the New Church are located. The old part of Son Servera is pedestrianised and there are some local businesses and cafés. Cala Millor is the main coastal town in the area, divided between the administration of San Lorenzo de Cardessar and that of Son Servera. It is one of the most visited towns in Mallorca during the summer months, with a wide range of hotels, as well as fantastic clubs. Cala Bona is a port town, where its moorings are divided between fishing boats and pleasure boats. Costa de los Pinos is a town of second homes and villas. In Pula, there is an outstanding golf course redesigned by José María Olazábal and considered one of the ten best courses in Spain. Pula Golf has hosted eight European Tour tournaments.