Purpose built with the holidaymaker in mind, the small town of Sa Coma on Majorca’s sunny east coast is one of the most family-focused resorts on the island. High-rise, whitewashed hotels dot the coastline, eventually giving way to a wide sweep of dusky golden sand, bordered by crystal clear shallow water.
The hub of the entertainment lies on the pedestrianised promenade, strewn with pavement café’s, souvenir shops and restaurants and running the length of the bay connecting neighbouring resort S’Illot, the promenade oozes simplistic Spanish charm. If it’s a wild week of partying you’re after, you won’t find much happening here beyond midnight, but for some good old fashioned family fun in the sun, look no further!
With a gorgeous Blue Flag award winning beach offering a range of water sports, a drive-through safari park, an internationally recognised mini-golf course, horseback rides and a go-karting centre, you will hard pushed to find time to lounge by the pool in Sa Coma!
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Bored with your hotel swimming pool? Never fear, Sa Coma is simply filled to bursting with fantastic activities for the whole family to enjoy. The beautiful beach boasts golden sand perfect for building sandcastles, and warm, shallow waters, ideal for even the littlest swimmers! With pedalos and water sports widely available along the bay there is no excuse to bury your head in the sand!
One of Sa Coma’s main attractions is the colossal Paradise Mini Golf Park. Boasting 3, 18-hole courses set in luscious grounds filled with palm trees, waterfalls and even a lake occupied by real koi carp. Play your way through the gardens, using all your skill to guide your ball safely through dark caves, secret passages and ornamental features.
Just outside of the resort centre, on the road to neighbouring resort Cala Millor lies the Auto Safari Park. Drive yourself, or hop on the parks complimentary mini bus to see some of Africa’s Big 5 roaming free in the heart of Majorca! Lions, Elephants, Giraffes and Zebras are just a few of the amazing animals you can see here. However, beware of the monkeys! These cute little critters can cause absolute chaos and will not think twice about running off with your sunglasses!
Many of the bars and restaurants in Sa Coma are British owned and run. Do not be alarmed if your waiter turns out to be Steve from Bolton instead of Jose from Palma. Despite this, the owners work really hard to ensure that you get the best of both worlds during your holiday, offering a good combination of Spanish cuisine and the best of British.
For a more traditional flavour of Spain, venture down the promenade into neighbouring S’Illot. The marina here boasts a wide variety of excellent seafood restaurants serving up authentic paellas and delicious tapas dishes.
The nightlife beyond hotel entertainment and the odd karaoke bar is fairly muted in Sa Coma, aiming to please its family-orientated market, however this doesn’t mean that you can’t have a drink on your holiday. The tipple of choice in Majorca generally is sangria although local lagers such as San Miguel and Estrella Damm are readily available on draught in most bars and pubs.