Golf Son Servera and Costa De Los Pinos
As suggested by its name, part of the course runs through wonderful pine trees and one can enjoy views of the sea of the bay of Cala Millor from many of the holes.
After finishing your golf round at Golf Son Servera the closest beach is the one that connects Cala Bona with Cala Millor. These were originally two small fishing villages, which during the later years have grown a lot thanks to the tourism industry. This beach offers different activities for those of us who wants to do more than sunbathe and swim, for example scuba diving and windsurf.
If you are lucky, you also might be able to see a dolphin or two!
If you would be interested in snorkelling or diving out at sea, and find the hidden gems of the Majorcan ocean you should contact Albatros Diving You can tag along on their excursions, either if you are an experienced diver or you’ve never done this before. In Majorca there are beautiful waters for snorkelling and diving, but normally you don’t find this by the beaches. That’s why an excursion by boat is a great idea. Albatros provides you with neoprene suit, mask, snorkel and flippers, so the only thing you need to think about is to relax, enjoy and finding Nemo.
For the more adventurous, they also offer an excursion to the Pirate Cave, where you alongside with the experienced guides get to explore one of the many limestone caves that Majorca has. This cave is only accessible by boat, and it is completely untouched and genuine.
There are plenty of restaurants in Cala Bona and Cala Millor, either if you are looking for a light lunch or a filling dinner after your round of golf.
Restaurant Sa Punta is restaurant located in the beginning of Cala Bona, if you come from Golf Son Servera. It has a beautiful view over the ocean, and they serve both lunch and dinner. Recommended for those who enjoy seafood and good meat. On Fridays evenings live music.
For those of you who are looking for that genuine taste of Majorca – look no further! Binicanella - Authentic Majorcan cooking. Not at all posh, but rustic, warm and welcoming. It is, however, a bit tricky to find, but it is well worth it.
Are you hungry for the tastiest sandwich you have ever eaten? Then you need to get yourself to Bonanza in Cala Bona harbour. They are well known for their tasty sandwiches and their lovely desserts. Do not miss out on the home-made cakes; they make your mouth water. The carrot cake and the lemon merengue pie are marvellous!
If you have a love of adventure and caves (but don’t want to get your feet wet) we have just the thing for you! Cuevas de Artà are incredible limestone caves, not far away from Golf Son Servera. Here you go deep underground to wonder and marvel at the strange formations that have taken form during thousands of years, thanks to water dripping ever so slowly through the mountain. Even if one does not know the difference between stalactites and stalagmites, you can still enjoy the guided tour (in English). Tour takes about 40 min. The guide will leads you through various caves with names like Infierno (Hell), El Teatro (the Theatre) and el Salón de las Banderas (Hall of Flags).
Admission and guided tour costs 13 €, and must be paid in cash. Free parking is available, also a small bar and WC. If you click here print out and take with, they give you a little souvenir when paying admission.
If after reading this you feel like coming to Majorca to enjoy the island and to play golf, have a look at our golf packages, or make your own flexible golf package! And, if you still don’t find what you are looking for, just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on +44 (0)20 359 838 71 and we will be very happy to help you!
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