Sa Coma Holidays 2024/2025

Sa Coma is a fully contained, family-friendly destination that combines beautiful stretches of pale sand and clear waters with a handful of exciting parks and attractions, all within easy reach of the town. The energetic resort of Cala Millor is just a tram ride away, whereas the culinary paradise of S’Illot is within walking distance.

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Lazy days lounging on the sand

Most visitors to Sa Coma are drawn by the allure of its kilometre-long beach. Shaped like a crescent moon, the bay is protected and so offers calm waters. The sand slopes gently into the water at a barely noticeable gradient, making it an ideal place for little nippers to splash around to their hearts’ content.

The consistency of the golden sands on the beach itself – certified with a Blue Flag accreditation by the EU – is perfect for sculpting sandcastles, making it a hit with family visitors.

All of the usual water sports are on offer here, including pedalos and windsurfing, while the nearby coves and inlets are a veritable treasure trove for enthusiastic scuba divers and snorkellers. Many of these activities can be booked upon arrival, great for holiday makers with late deals to Majorca.

Away from the water, the wooden promenade, which runs all the way to S’Illot, is jam-packed with excellent eateries and watering holes.

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    Sa Coma was designed with family holidays to Majorca in mind. There are daytime attractions to please children and adults of all ages. There are all sorts of competitive activities on offer, including tennis and squash courts, go-karting, 10-pin bowling and bike rental.

    There’s also a whopping 54-hole mini golf course, with a tropical backdrop of palm trees and waterfalls, where budding golfers can practice their swing before progressing onto one of the excellent 18-hole courses nearby the resort.

    Additionally there’s the Safari Zoo at nearby Cala Millor, which is home to an exotic range of animals, including gazelles, ostriches, baboons and elephants. Further afield, you’ll find theme parks such as Marineland, Aqualand and Katmandu which are reachable by car, or alternatively you can book on to an organised day trip that includes return transport.

    Basking in the beauty of nature

    Another benefit offered by Sa Coma is its proximity to one of Majorca’s most popular tourist attractions – the caves of Drach and Ham. Venture underground and marvel at the spectacular formation of stalagmites and stalagtites. The caves claim to have the world’s largest underground lake, on top of which floats a boat of classical musicians who will serenade you at the end of the tour.

    For those who prefer to stretch their legs on the Earth’s surface, the walk to Punta de n’Amer is about a two hour round trip. The tip of the peninsula is crowned by a medieval watchtower, which is open to the public and offers spectacular views of the headland and the surrounding waters at its summit. There is also a cafe and restaurant located on-site to refresh yourself for the trek back to town.

    Anyone for retail therapy?

    If you’re in search of curios knick-knacks from the island, look no further than Sa Coma’s night market, which runs from 7pm every Wednesday during the summer months. Alternatively, the Friday morning market at neighbouring Son Servera offers a similar range of bric-a-brac and fresh produce to satisfy your retail cravings.

    Meanwhile, there are a multitude of boutiques and tourists shops in town, as well as the largest supermarket on the east coast, Eroski Hipermercado, which sells everything from electrical goods and sporting equipment to foodstuffs and furniture. You may be indulged at your All Inclusive Majorca hotel, but there’s nothing like taking home a souvenir to remember your time abroad.


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