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Cala Millor
Son Servera
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Cala Millor

Cala Millor is situated at three kilometres from Son Servera and is the south-western border of the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. Of its 1800 metres in length, 1.320 belong to Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, the rest belongs to Son Servera, although the visitor can't notice it, except if looking at the coastline, which is older and more saturated in Sant Llorenç, and calle Sol Neixent is the limit between both municipalities.

This coast began to be a hotel area at the end of the eighties of the 20th century, when it became one of the best and more frequented touristic resorts of Majorca, and among the best known in western Europe.

This urban beach is a wide sandy area with fine and white grains, gentle slope, blue, transparent water and posidonia meadow. Dolphins can be seen and it is possible to dive and windsurf.

This beach which is open to the sea becomes dangerous for the anchoring of boats and bathing, when the wind blows from east. However, the navigator who wants to anchor here can do so on a sandy ground at a depth that ranges from four to five metres in front of the coast. The nearest port facilities are located at Port Esportiu Cala Bona, at 0,9 nautical miles.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. There is also a bus service and the bus stop is located at half a hectometre from this beach. The easy accessibility and the described characteristics explain the massive influx or local and tourist visitors.

Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Cala Millor - Son Servera
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Municipality information Son Servera

The municipality of Son Servera is situated in the northeast of Majorca. The name is given by the Latin word serva (name of a fruit) or an orthographic change of the family name Cervera (the Christian king Jaume I d'Aragó, after conquering Majorca in 1229, gave this territory to Jaume Cervera, a captain of his army). This municipality became definitely independent from Artà in 1837.

The landscape goes from the interior to the sea. The high interior area occupies the northern region of Serres de Llevant (Puig de Pinet, 354 metres high), with valleys, meadows and valley bottoms, with an important ecological richness, so that these 1.963 hectares were declared Àrea Natural d'Especial Interès by the Parlament de les Illes Balears in 1999. The coastal area is also known as Badia de Son Servera, which continues for two kilometres toward the interior, and is seven kilometres long. Since the sixties of the 20th century, the tourism began to lead the economy, replacing the agricultural and farming activity. This change explains the demographic explosion, as a result of the birth rate and migration from the mainland. The construction and restaurant activities are also very important in this municipality.

Its cultural variety includes Coves de Son Sard, Pula (talaiots, cases and molí), Església de Sant Joan Baptista, Pont d’en Calet, Molí de can Xesc, Ca s’Hereu or Torre des Port Nou.
The municipality has 5 beaches.
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    420 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    36 meters
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