Hipotel Coma Gran

Part of the HIPOTELS chain, the Hipotel Coma Gran, is a four-star apartment complex next to the beach. Modern and tastefully decorated, it’s set up for families, with a dedicated children’s pool, a creche Kids’ Club and The Hangout for teenagers. Have fun messing around in the splash park and playground and taking part in the daytime entertainments programme. Good quality local and international cuisine is served in the restaurant, Taverna, and a la carte restaurant, and there’s a coffee shop and snack bar for those in-between moments, too. Book a Turkish massage at the spa, take a dip in the indoor pool or head to the gym.

Overview of Sa Coma, Majorca

Pack your suitcase, find your passport and grab the kids. It’s time for a family jaunt to sunny Majorca, the biggest and most popular of Spain’s Balearic islands. Make the most of the fantastic Mediterranean climate with a beach based stay in Sa Coma on the east coast. A Blue Flag white-sand beach lined with palm trees dominates the resort. Its clear shallow waters are perfect for the kids to splash about in, and there are plenty of sun loungers to lie on and top up your tan. A wander down the promenade will take you to restaurants and cafes where you can grab a bite to eat and relax with a sea view.

Things to do in Sa Coma, Majorca

Hipotel Coma Gran is right next to Sa Coma and its glorious beach. Take the mini-train to the nearby resort of Cala Millor for a change of scenery and to get your watersports fix. Do some souvenir shopping at the Friday market in the medieval town of Son Servera. Or if you fancy sightseeing, the island’s capital, Palma, is just 90 minutes away. Go to the old town and see the Gothic cathedral and the Royal Palace of Almudaina (home of the current monarchy). Walk through the forest to Bellver Castle or go shopping on the ‘golden mile of Palma’, Paseo del Borne. You’ll be loving life and already planning your return trip after your fun-filled family holidays to Majorca.

Resort Summary

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.