Sa Coma Guide – Top Things to Do, Beaches, Places to See & Stay

Sa Coma, is a beautiful resort situated on the eastern coast of Majorca, in the Municipality of Sant Llorenc de Cardassar, about 70 km. from the capital Palma de Mallorcaand 65 km. from Palma de Mallorca Airport. Sa Coma has a great location together with the other popular nearby resorts Cala Millor and Cala Bona on the north, and Porto Cristo on the south. Sa Coma welcomes thousands of tourist every year with its fine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.


Sa Coma has all the necessary tourist services. There are variety of nice hotels and apartments to choose from. There also nice restaurants, bars, shops and leisure activities at the beach promenade of Sa Coma.

Things to Do & See

Holidaymakers may walk along the Sa Coma town centre and enjoy the lively atmosphere and Mallorcan countryside. Cala Millor, Cala Bona and Porto Cristo are the nearby places to visit and see.

A great day out at the Sa Coma beaches, do water sports, diving, cycling through Cala Millor and Cala Bona, attending to boat trips, horseback riding at the riding school of Sa Coma, a visit to the Auto Safari Zoo, playing golf at the 36 hole mini golf complex Golf Paradis, a visit to the Caves of Hams and Caves of Drach located near Porto Cristo are the best things to do and see in Sa Coma.

Beaches

As for beaches in Sa Coma, the Sa Coma beach is an excellent 800 m. white sandy and Blue Flag beach along a sheltered bay. On the south of Sa Coma beach, there is another beach of S’Illot beach (350 x 35 m.) that wirth a visit.


Shopping

As for shopping in Sa Coma, there is a big chain hypermarket (Eroski) in Sa Coma, a Wednesday market during summer season and in addition every Friday morning there is a big street market held in the nearby town Son Servera (6 km.).

Nightlife

As for nightlife in Sa Coma, holidaymakers may find variety of nice bars and clubs in Sa Coma and enjoy the resort’s lively entertainment and night activities.

Top Attractions

Sa Coma beach

Sa Coma beach is an excellent 800 m. white sandy and Blue Flag beach along a sheltered bay. Holidaymakers may spend great day out at the Sa Coma beach for sure.

Auto-Safari Zoo

Safari Zoo is an Auto-Safari that visitors may see and enjoy large wild animals roaming free from your car in a lovely environment.
Address: Ctra. Ma-4023 (Porto Cristo – Son Servera), km 5, 07687 sa Coma – Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Majorca, Spain
Access: Bus L412 Sa Coma and Bus Safari Zoo
Tel: +34 971 810 909 / 971 810 910 ; Web : www.safari-zoo.com

Horseback Riding

There is a riding school and stables near to the Sa Coma beach that holidaymakers may take horse riding lessons or treks into the Punt de n’Amer.


Golf Paradis

Golf Paradis is a 36 hole mini golf set in water cascades, tropical gardens, palm trees and boat rides for children.
Address: Protur Hotels, Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain

Manacor– 18 km. from Sa Coma

Manacor is a very beautiful place with its “es Palau”, the parish church, “ses Puntes” and “els Enagistes” and the important archaeological remains in the the surrounding area are part of the historic heritage of Mallorca.

Drach Caves– in Porto Cristo, 6 km. from Sa Coma

Drach Caves (Coves del Drach) are popular for their illumination and the Martel lake which is one of the largest underground lakes in the world. Music concerts on the lake and the possibility of crossing it by boat.
Address: Ctra. de les Coves, s/n, 07680 Porto Cristo · Manacor, Majorca, Spain
Access: Bus L412
Tel: +34 971 820 753 ; Web : www.cuevasdeldrach.com

Hams Caves– in Porto Cristo, 6 km. from Sa Coma

Hams Caves (Coves del Hams) are popular for their peculiar tree-shaped formations (hook chamber). There are also small Prehistoric crustaceans in the interior lake.
Address: Ctra. Ma-4020 (Manacor-Porto Cristo), km 11 · 07680 Porto Cristo – Manacor, Majorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 820 988 ; Web : www.cuevas-hams.com

Cycling

Pedalling through the island’s wonderful landscapes, paths, almond groves, orchards and charming villages is a great attraction in Majorca.

Hiking and Nordic Walking

Hiking and Nordic walking is also another popular outdoor activities in Majorca for nature lovers. Majorca offers great natural beauties, mountains and more. The surrounding areas of Majorca is excellent for nature lovers. Holidaymakers may do Nordic walking along the mountain and one coastline routes of Majorca.

Palma de Mallorca – 70 km. from Sa Coma

Palma de Mallorca is the capital city of Majorca. A great day out in Palma de Mallorca is a great attraction. Holidaymakers may explore Palma de Mallorca by city sightseeing buses. There are many beautiful and historical places to see in Palma de Mallorca that include; the Bellver Castle, sa Llotja (old commercial exchange), the La Almudaina Royal Palace (the old Citadel) and the La Seu Cathedral.