Protur Palmeras Playa Hotel

Stylish, modern ensuite apartments with a white exterior and a sleek, glass-fronted entrance await you at the Protur Palmeras Playa Hotel. You’re steps away from a large pool complete with a children’s section where you can also enjoy your refreshing cocktail from the poolside bar on the sun terrace. Take your pick from the number of sports and leisure opportunities available. The entertainment team puts on a wide variety of fun-filled activities everyone will love from children’s Mini Club to a packed agenda including tennis, aqua gym and darts. Later, a buffet restaurant serves a selection of local and international dishes while you enjoy an evening programme of shows and live music.

Overview of Sa Coma

Enjoy Mediterranean scenery at its best in the modern and cosmopolitan resort of Sa Coma. Sat on the edge of a spectacular half-moon shaped sandy bay, its secluded location and shallow waters make it a perfect holiday to Majorca for families and couples alike. You’ll find a friendly Majorcan welcome at the many restaurants and lively entertainment venues here. Plus, it’s close to some beautiful walking routes.

Things to do in Sa Coma

Protur Palmeras Playa Hotel is located in the centre of Sa Coma, steps from its sandy beach and small fishing port, S’illot. There are shops, restaurants, as well as bars and nightclubs surrounding the hotel, and the nearest golf course is just a few kilometres from the hotel. Take a walk to Punta de n’Amer, a special nature reserve, and step into its 17th-century watchtower for wonderful views over the surrounding coastline. In 90 minutes, you’ll be in the island’s capital of Palma. Browse Europe’s first circular castle built in the 1300s and few religious buildings in Spain can rival its magnificent gothic cathedral. With a stay at the Protur Palmeras Playa Hotel, you’ll be lapping up every minute of the glorious Majorcan sun and sea at this chilled out and welcoming resort.

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.