Holidays in
Sa Coma

Full-on fun in the Majorcan sun

Some places make amazing holiday destinations without even having to try. Sa Coma, on the east coast of Majorca, is one of them. Renowned for its Blue Flag-certified, soft, sandy beach and its warm, shallow, turquoise waters, it’s a haven for romancing couples or young families who want to get away from it all. Sa Coma holidays make for the perfect Mediterranean getaway. The resort has 300 days of solid sunshine every year and stacks of sports and activities for when you want to get wet and wild in the sea.

The town comprises a lively promenade, plenty of dining options and a buzzy, but never over-the-top, bar scene. There’s also a mini train that connects you to other resorts along the coast if you want to explore further. So whether you’re looking for an action-packed trip or to just chill out by the beach, holidays to Sa Coma make it so easy.

Your Sa Coma questions, answered

Sa Coma’s shallow waters are ideal for stress-free paddling, the plentiful restaurants are family-oriented and there are loads of fun activities to keep children occupied.

There are lively bars in Sa Coma, and if you want to go late-night clubbing, take a short taxi to the nearby resort of Cala Millor.

From June until August you’ll encounter perfect sunbathing conditions and temperatures in the low 30s. Or visit in May or September for good weather and a quieter, more mellow time.

Best things to do in Sa Coma

Visit Punta de n’Amer

This 200-hectare nature reserve sits on a headland that juts into the ocean, and retains the rugged unspoilt beauty that once covered all of Majorca.

Hire a horse

A great way to explore the east Majorcan countryside and its coastal trails is on horseback. You can take an easy day’s tour from Sa Coma.

Play golf

Golf is a major pastime in Majorca, with several professional courses in the area as well as a mini-golf venue in the centre of town.