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Son Servera

The 9th hole at Son Servera.

Designer: John Harris

Son Servera is the second oldest golf course on the island Mallorca. Designed by John Harris it was was opened in 1967.

This 18 hole course has well preserved fairways and fast greens surrounded by pine trees. A large storm on the 11th of November 2001 blew down approximately 2,200 pine trees, and changed the course dynamics.

The friendly course and club house is a favourite of many of the local people, and the course itself has an intriguing history. Today you will still find local people and returning visitors debating whether the storms impact improved the course, and also discussing the recent addition of 9 holes, bringing the total to 18.

Son Servera is undoubtedly a challenging golf course that demands good accuracy off the tee as most of the fairways are narrow, and many adjacent.

If you're staying in the Cala Millor or Cala Bona areas, this is a great course to play on either your day of arrival or departure.

For discounted green fee prices, we recommend Simply Mallorca Golf.

 

Eurotel Punta Rotja

The 4 Star Eurotel Punta Rotja is located amongst pine trees in the mainly residential resort of Costa de los Pinos, on Mallorca's north-east coast. This hotel has been popular with golfers for many years, particularly as the 18 hole Son Servera Golf course is just a 3 minute drive away. For golfers seeking a quite and relaxing location within a 20 minute drive of all four golf courses in this area, then the Eurotel Punta Rotja is a difficult hotel to beat.