Sa Coma’s 1km long Blue Flag beach provides plenty of space for playing or sunbathing whilst the shallow water is perfect for small children. Pedalos and sun loungers are a common sight, whilst the promenade is home to a number of beach bars.
Discover Sa Coma
Livelier than the neighbouring resort of S'illot, there are a selection of nightclubs and bars dotted around Sa Coma. Whatever your taste, you’ll certainly find something to keep you amused until the early hours.
Hop on the mini-train that connects Sa Coma with Cala Millor and visit Safari Zoo. Home to giraffes, elephants, and other animals, it’s a great family day out.
If you're keen to get out on foot and discover more of the area, why not embark on a stroll to Castell de n'Amer? Uncover some fascinating insights to local history then enjoy a cool beverage along with the wondrous views.
Explore the Area
Drive to Porto Cristo and enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants. Packed with some stunning landscapes, this area won’t fail to charm you. The Cuevas del Drach are also close by and well worth a visit.
Calas de Mallorca is only a short drive away along the coast. This area is heavily geared towards children, so if you have come on a family break, this is perfect. Enjoy wandering along the promenade and relaxing on the beach too.
Head into Palma to explore its Gothic cathedral, 14th Century castle, maze of alleyways, and discover more of its Moorish past.