Pula Suites Hotel

The Sentido Pula Suites is the ideal holiday base for golfers and non-golfers alike.

There’s an artistically designed pool that has three levels for swimming, two tennis courts and a spa with a Turkish bath, but its secluded location on one of Majorca’s best golf courses is what seals the deal for most guests.

Breakfast is cooked to order, while evening meals alternate between a buffet and a fixed menu. There’s even a poolside restaurant that serves lunch and a lavish a la carte dinner on Saturday nights.

Overview of Son Servera

Son Servera is an incredibly peaceful spot for a holiday to Majorca. It’s particularly popular with the golfing community because of the world-class courses in the area, but there’s plenty more to see and experience away from the courses.

The hillside surrounding the Pula Suites Hotel is laced with hiking trails where you can explore the luscious green landscapes that surround Son Servera. If you’d rather relax, there are beautiful golden beaches on the coastline near Cala Millor, just a short drive away.

Things to do in Son Servera

The Pula Suites Hotel is right next to Pula Golf Resort. It’s a PGA Tour 18-hole course that hosts prestigious professional events and also has two putting greens, a pitching green and a driving range. If you’d like to add some variety to your game, there are three other courses in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Away from the world-class golf, you’re only 10 minutes’ drive from both Son Servera and a sandy beach.

In the evening, you’ll have the chance to join in with the locals. Authentic restaurants on the main street of Carrer Joana Roca serve traditional Majorcan cuisine, while the nearby town of Cala Millor has a long promenade that buzzes with cocktail bars. Whether you want to play golf in the warm sunshine or experience authentic Majorca, Son Servera’s a great place for a holiday.


Resort Summary

Holidays to Son Severa tend to include quiet chatter at local bars rather than buzzing neon-lit clubs. When it comes to dinner, you can choose from a handful of authentic restaurants that serve up traditional Majorcan cuisine. Head to the main street in town, Carrer Joana Roca, to try local delicacies like sobrasada (pork and paprika sausages) and tumbet (fried aubergines, peppers and potatoes). Finish your meal with local wines like Pedra, a rich organic red. For a more vibrant evening, the nearby town of Cala Millor can help. Its long promenade buzzes with cocktail bars, roof terraces and busy nightclubs. When you’re eating in Cala Millor, look out for the family-run Winston’s where you can sip cocktails overlooking the sea.