Sa Coma is ideally placed for those wanting to explore the island of Majorca. Found along the east coast, visitors will find small fishing villages just a short drive away, as well as larger resorts such as Cala Millor only 10 minutes away by car. Guests can explore the countryside villages inland as well, or hire a car and head to the island’s capital of Palma, which is just an hour’s drive from the resort.
That said, Sa Coma is a fantastic holiday destination in its own right. It’s well known for its golden sandy beach and is a favourite with British holidaymakers, year after year. There are activities for families, couples and groups alike, as well as opportunities to relax. Whether you prefer to explore the countryside or make the most of the sea, there are activities for everyone in Sa Coma.
Although the town of Sa Coma is small, it’s filled with modern amenities and attractions. There are plenty of shops selling souvenirs and gifts, as well as a few bars which stay open until the early hours.
A traditional Spanish resort, food is varied and delicious here, with a selection of restaurants and cafés serving delicious Spanish and international cuisine. The promenade is also ideal for a mooch, with ice cream and other snacks to sustain you along the way.
Heading just off the coast of Majorca, there is plenty to see on a scuba diving trip from Sa Coma. Friendly and helpful guides offer expert advice to everyone, from beginners to those who have passed their PADI certificate.
The beach is the main attraction in Sa Coma, with golden sands washed by the cool waves. There are sun loungers and parasols, as well as restaurants and bars lining the promenade. Visitors can also make the most of water sports activities, such as sailing, water skiing, jet skiing and more.
There is a range of golf courses to choose from in the local area, with Son Servera and Pula offering an exclusive experience with wonderful views, but slightly pricey green fees. For something slightly easier on the wallet, visitors can choose from Canyamel and Capdepera, or even mini golf, which can be found in nearby Cala Millor.
Things to see / not to miss
Palma is just over an hour away by car and offers visitors some fantastic shopping, restaurants and bars to explore. The marina is ideal for a drink as you watch the sunset, and there is also a cathedral as well as plenty of other historic sights to admire.
Marineland is the perfect place for families to spend the day. Guests can get up close to dolphins and different species of fish, and learn all about these incredible animals.
Safari Zoo in Sa Coma is another fun attraction for families, with a whole range of animals, from monkeys, rhinos and zebras, to giraffes and flamingos to wave at as the safari train cruises through the park.