Sandy beaches, sunshine, watersports, shopping and family fun are just some of the highlights of a holiday in Sa Coma. Located on the east coast of Majorca, mid-way between Cala Millor and Porto Cristo, Sa Coma is a favourite with British families, especially during the summer months. The stunning 1km stretch of sandy beach, dotted with trees and with an abundance of watersports, is backed by a traffic-free promenade lined with cafes and restaurants. For a relaxing time, take a walk along the seafront to the Cala Moreya beach in the neighbouring resort of S'Illot. For family fun visit the wildlife at the Auto Safari Zoo or enjoy a round of mini-golf at the 54-hole Golf Paradis course. Wednesday is market day and there's also lots of boutiques and jewellery shops to explore too. When the sun goes down, relax with a meal by the water side or try the pubs and bars dotted around Sa Coma. A little further afield, discover the bustling resort of Cala Millor or the traditional Majorcan port of Porto Christo. If you're looking for a fun-filled sunshine break with family or friends, why not give a holiday in Sa Coma a try this year.
There are lots of things to see and do on a holiday in Sa Coma. The beach is the centre of daytime life with an abundance of watersports available. For landbased fun, there's tennis, squash and cycling on offer too. The Rancho Sa Coma stables are tops for horse riding trips. Get up close to the wildlife at the Auto Safari Zoo on the outskirts of town. Golfers will be heaven with no less than five topclass golf courses within easy reach. For golf on a smaller scale, the 54hole Golf Paradis mini golf course is a challenge. Explore the natural beauty of the nearby Caves of Ham and Caves of Drach.
Sa Coma's nightlife is laidback and mainly hotelbased. There are a few lively traditional music bars and Irish pubs to enjoy. There's a disco in neighbouring S'Illot. For a bustling nightlife, Cala Millor is just a short ride away with a great selection of bars and clubs.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out in Sa Coma. From Majorcan specialities to British favourites, from seafood to fast food you'll find all this and more in the restaurants and cafes around Sa Coma. Local wines and beers make the perfect accompaniement to your meal.