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Son Servera Golf Mallorca Spain

The ‘Golf Club de Son Servera’ was one of the first golf courses and remains one of the best known in the Island of Majorca. Son Servera is situated on the east coast of the Island, right by the sea it is set in the most delightful and peaceful surroundings. The greens stretch down from the mountains and reach to the valley besides the sea. The whole course is then surrounded by tropical pine trees. The club house at Son Servera has an extremely friendly bar and a well known gastromique restaurant. The course also houses a very good practice area and a huge practice putting green. Along with the relaxed atmosphere these are some of the features that make Son Servera an enjoyable experience.

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