Protur Safari Park

The Protur Safari Park is the perfect apartment hotel for families with children. There are two outdoor pools surrounded by gardens and terraces for sunbathing, plus a varied entertainment programme that includes sports activities and shows to keep you entertained all day long…and into the evening. As part of the Club Protur Sa Coma Resort, you have access to one of Majorca’s largest resorts – so you’ll find themed restaurants, plenty of pools, and loads of activities to try. In fact, you can choose from more than 20 different sports, from tennis to archery, to inline skating. There’s even a water park!

Overview of Sa Coma

Sa Coma is the perfect spot for an activity-packed holiday to Majorca. There’s a whole variety of water sports, including scuba diving, windsurfing and boat rental – and, of course, its glorious wide bay of pure white sand and shallow waters completes the picture. This one-kilometre stretch is backed by a lively promenade for drinks and snacks. And with plenty of restaurants nearby, you’ll enjoy a range of traditional dishes. The headland of Sa Punta de n’Amer, next to Sa Coma, is an official nature reserve, so you’ll find some great scenery, with walks to match, during your stay here.

Things to do in Sa Coma

This sprawling holiday complex is located directly in the tourist centre of the town. Its long sandy beach is just a few minutes’ walk away, and there are plenty of restaurants, bars and nightclubs that are served by a great public transport service. For fun, try the 54-hole mini-golf course that’s right on your doorstep. Or soak up some traditional Majorcan culture in nearby Porto Cristo. To enjoy more of this island’s heritage, take a day trip to the capital, Palma. You’ll find galleries, boutique shops, and pavement cafés line a maze of alleyways here, towered over by a huge Gothic cathedral. The surrounding countryside and long stretches of sand will appeal to people who want a relaxing break. And if you’re looking for a little action, you’ll find plenty of that here, too.

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.