If you're looking for the perfect family holiday with a real sense of escape, Sa Coma could be the ideal Balearic getaway for you. Nestled between Cala Millor and Porto Cristo, on the east coast of Majorca, the resort is hugely popular with families and friends looking for a heavenly combination of sunbathing and adventure-filled day trips. A holiday to Sa Coma really does have it all!
Summer temperatures can reach a fabulous 30°C - with such gorgeous weather, you'll want to make a daily trip to the Blue Flag-winning Sa Coma Beach and indulge in a spot of sunbathing! This outstanding beach has a great choice of beach watersports to get involved in, if you're up for an adventure-filled day. You can also explore the resort with a relaxing bike ride and admire the stunning coastal view. Sa Coma also makes an ideal winter getaway destination with temperatures between 14-15°C, perfect if you want to embrace late-year sun!
If you can bear to tear yourself away from the beach, Sa Coma has a lot to offer. For a bit of Majorcan history, why not visit the Caves of Drach. Because of their shape, the caves are the perfect environment for classical music and it makes perfect sense that the cave tour includes a classical music concert. During the tour, you can also take an exciting boat trip across Lake Martel for a thrilling experience on your holiday to Sa Coma. For a family-friendly day of fun, admire the wildlife in Auto Safari Zoo, which is less than 15 minutes away. Or, enjoy a little therapy at the boutiques and traditional jewellery shops of Sa Coma before strolling through the tree-lined promenade.
Sa Coma is an ideal Balearic holiday if you prefer a laid-back atmosphere. In the evening, you'll be charmed by the fantastic choice of tempting restaurants. You can indulge in Majorcan cuisine, or tuck in to British foods. Sangria is an essential part of any Spanish getaway, so why not enjoy a glass or two with your meal - you're on holiday, after all! There's also a selection of live music venues and Irish pubs but if you're looking for vibrant nightlife, you can take your best dance moves to Cala Millor. The resort is less than 10 minutes away by taxi and perfect for party animals who want to let their hair down!
There's something for every type of holidaymaker in Sa Coma, so chat to Hays Travel today to book a memorable trip that's just to your tastes. We have over 37 years of experience in booking holidays to Spain and the Balearic Islands and we have been voted the UK's Best High Street Travel Agent - so you can trust us to book an unforgettable trip, wherever you'd like to visit in Majorca.
Things To Do
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 land based 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 top class golf courses within easy reach. For golf on a smaller scale, the 54 hole Golf Paradise 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 hotel based. 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.
Food & Drink
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 accompaniment to your meal.