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Sa Coma Holidays

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Sa Coma is situated on the east coast of Majorca between the resorts of Porto Cristo to the south and Cala Millor to the north.  Sa Coma is a modern resort with a wide choice of shops, bars and restaurants.
Why visit Sa Coma
Sa Coma is set on flat land with low hills behind and has a good sandy beach with a traffic free zone running the length of the beach. A selection of water sports are available which include wind surfing, kayaks and pedalos. The nearby resort of S'Illot, originally a fishing village, provides a more relaxed traditional alternative.  A small freshwater lagoon separates Sa Coma from S'Illot and they are joined by a footbridge.
Places of natural interest close to Sa Coma
No holiday to Sa Coma would be complete without a visit to the headland at Punta de n'Amer which is the headland dividing Sa Coma and Cala Millor and which is a designated protected Nature Reserve.  A walk from Sa Coma to the Castell de n'Amer will take about 45 minutes and from the old watch tower, admire the view whilst taking refreshment at the small bar nearby.
Things to do on holiday in Sa Coma
A holiday to Sa Coma will provide plenty of activities in the day including water sports, cycling, hiking etc but if you want to venture further afield, a courtesy bus runs from Sa Coma to the Auto Safari Zoo where a mini train will then take you through the park to see the animals to best advantage.  Another attraction close by is the mini golf complex, Golf Paradis.  Set in beautiful grounds with lakes and waterfalls there are three 18 hole mini golf courses.
In the evening there are plenty of bars and restaurants in Sa Coma but the main entertainment is based in the hotels.  If you are looking for livelier attractions to while away the evening, a visit to nearby Cala Millor should fit the bill.

Sa Coma is situated on the east coast of Majorca between the resorts of Porto Cristo to the south and Cala Millor to the north. Sa Coma is a modern resort with a wide choice of shops, bars and restaurants.

Why visit Sa Coma

Sa Coma is set on flat land with low hills behind and has a good sandy beach with a traffic free zone running the length of the beach. A selection of water sports are available which include wind surfing, kayaks and pedalos. The nearby resort of S'Illot, originally a fishing village, provides a more relaxed traditional alternative. A small freshwater lagoon separates Sa Coma from S'Illot and they are joined by a footbridge.

Places of natural interest close to Sa Coma

No holiday to Sa Coma would be complete without a visit to the headland at Punta de n'Amer which is the headland dividing Sa Coma and Cala Millor and which is a designated protected Nature Reserve.  A walk from Sa Coma to the Castell de n'Amer will take about 45 minutes and from the old watch tower, admire the view whilst taking refreshment at the small bar nearby.

Things to do on holiday in Sa Coma

A holiday to Sa Coma will provide plenty of activities in the day including water sports, cycling, hiking etc but if you want to venture further afield, a courtesy bus runs from Sa Coma to the Auto Safari Zoo where a mini train will then take you through the park to see the animals to best advantage. Another attraction close by is the mini golf complex, Golf Paradis.  Set in beautiful grounds with lakes and waterfalls there are three 18 hole mini golf courses.

In the evening there are plenty of bars and restaurants in Sa Coma but the main entertainment is based in the hotels.  If you are looking for livelier attractions to while away the evening, a visit to nearby Cala Millor should fit the bill.

Sa Coma Facts
Nearest Airport
Palma De Mallorca
Currency
Euro
Language
Spanish
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