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Whilst on a family holiday in Mallorca we drove past Son Servera on quite a few occasions and noticed from the main road this interesting building.
We like to explore little villages and towns whilst on holiday so one afternoon decided to try and find...More
This outside church in the village of Son Servera is stunningly beautiful and quite unique to the island. Used all year round, in the summer months for communions and weddings and traditional Mallorca dancing and particularly at Easter time the very moving celebrations and parades....More
I played here as part of a wedding service in May 2018. A stunning place with great acoustics set in a quaint old town. Fascinating history too; a church built to replace the old one (just a block a way) but never finished!
I visited son servera market and was told about this unfinished church so had to take a look.
It did not disappoint. It was stunning, especially on a gloriously sunning day.
Would definitely recommend a visit if you are in the area.
Beautiful artwork. Not easy to find. Opening hours were not to be found so we encountered closed doors.
Doors are gates so we could see the church but unfortunately didn't visit the inside.
Apparently opening hours are every morning.
Church services held in the evening...More
I walked from our resort just to take a look at this incomplete church, and it was definitely worth it. A creation of one of Gaudi's contemporaries it also has that in common with the great unfinished cathedral in Barcelona. The fact that it is...More
Son Severa have a massive market on every Friday morning, but a lot of people may not realise that if you turn up one of the streets and walk for about a minute, there stands this church. It has beautiful architecture dating back many many...More
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The wedding service we took part in in May this year (2018) was held by an Evangelical Lutheran pastor. He was a german serving german speaking communities on Mallorca in a chaplaincy-type role for parts of the year. (the... More
The wedding service we took part in in May this year (2018) was held by an Evangelical Lutheran pastor. He was a german serving german speaking communities on Mallorca in a chaplaincy-type role for parts of the year. (the couple was from Germany)
So I reckon it might work. I can't remember just how or who you ask to use the space, but the local catholic chuch might well be a good place to start.