Sa Coma – Majorca


Transfer Time – 1 hour

Best For – Families and couples looking for a relaxing holiday

Sa Coma is a very beautiful resort situated on the east coast of Majorca, although a purpose built resort, it has been done very sympathetically to compliment the stunning surroundings. Sa Coma is popular with families and couples and is perfectly situated for getting out and about round this wonderful island.

The beach is definitely one of the most popular in Majorca and most holiday makers spend their days enjoying soft, golden sand and the gently lapping waters, making it perfect and safe for children. The beach is so good in fact, it has been awarded the Blue Flag of excellence offering great facilities, cleanliness and activates. The beach has many sun loungers and parasols for hire and there are plenty beach side cafés and beach bars offering drinks and snacks and a place to escape the midday sunshine. For the more energetic, there are a handful of water ports, but for a larger selection, Cala Bona is a short bus ride away and the choice there is huge. Many people spend there days wandering around the shops and pedestrianised promenade, sipping a cool drink and watching the world go by.

Sa Coma’s night-life is varied, and although not “bouncing”, it offers an excellent choice of bars and pubs, offering family friendly entertainment and some even offer live entertainment too. There is plenty of places to eat out, Sa Coma has many different kinds of restaurant from the traditional Spanish tapas through to international menus, such as Italian, Chinese and Indian. There is snack bars, cafés and fast food venues too, so eating out is very easy.

As we said previously, Sa Coma is perfectly situated for exploring Majorca, and there are many excursion as short taxi or bus ride away. Families are especially well catered for, with go karts, horse riding, mini golf and cycling available, not to mention taking the short trip to Cala Millor and visiting the safari with many different animal species. Punta Der N’mer has a wonderful nature reserve too. Sa Coma offers many boat trips to nearby attractions and are a great way of seeing the island, take a trip to the Caves of Drach and take a boat trip on an underground lake, then spend a few hours exploring Porto Christo and is shops and souvenir stalls. And for those wanting to see some historical sights, Palma, the islands capital is a must, its just stunning and theresthere’s many other things to do there also, i.e. see the Mediterranean gardens and jungle or explore the many fabulous shops and cobbled streets.

Sa Coma is a perfect getaway destination but not to far from lovely attractions and neighbouring resort.

Joanna Baker

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23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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