Love Sa Coma holidays 2021
This little resort town on the eastern coast of Majorca is a brilliant base for your summer holidays. With sparkling seas at its shore and endless activities for all kinds of visitors, holidays to Sa Coma are simply spectacular.
A sprawling resort sitting behind a crescent of perfectly white, glittering sand, Sa Coma is a great place for beach holidays, romantic escapes and family adventures in the sun. With warm weather year-round, and baking temperatures in the summer, it’s a veritable sunny island escape with lots to entertain, from historic sights to spectacular day trips into the Majorcan countryside and beyond.
Historic highlights in Sa Coma
Head away from the modern town and onto Punta de n’Amer, a peninsula that stretches northeast of the Sa Coma, to seek out Amer Castle. Built in the 17th century to protect Majorca against invasions from North Africa and the Ottomans, this 35-metre-high fortress tells tales of a former life on this island. The old cannon is still in situ, and the former barracks is now a restaurant and cafe where you can take in the history with a cold drink.
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Your guide to Sa Coma holidays
Aside from sunning yourself in the sweltering sun, Sa Coma holidays offer plenty of exciting things to do.
- Stroll the Punta d’Amer, a lush peninsula north of the town. Hike along its sandy footpaths and enjoy views out to the endless ocean from the rocky coastline.
- It’s an easy, hour-long drive on the motorway to Palma, the capital of Majorca. Come to the city to shop in its designer stores, visit the huge Gothic cathedral or snack your way around its food markets.
- One of the most exciting historical sights in this area is in neighbouring s’Illot, where an ancient Talayotic village now lies in ruin. Visit the more-than 2,000-year-old site for an insight into Majorcan history.
- Take the tourist tram to Cala Millor, the next town north of Sa Coma. Here you can shop in its boutiques or simply stroll along the picturesque, palm-lined seafront esplanade.
- Shop for trinkets and souvenirs in the Son Servera market. Just a 10-minute drive from Sa Coma, this Friday street market sells everything from jewellery to antiques, so pick up some physical memories to take home.
Active adventures in Sa Coma
Holidays to Sa Coma don’t have to centre around lazy days on the beach. Book an active adventure to give your summer holidays an edge.
- Quad bikes and off-road buggies offer a thrilling way to see the Majorcan countryside. Small group tours leave Sa Coma to explore the coast and mountains beyond.
- If you’re feeling active, hire a bicycle and take to the countryside trails beyond the coast. There are plenty of places to hire bikes in Sa Coma, plus a few that offer electric bikes for anyone feeling a little less energetic.
- Snorkelling is spectacular here, so bring your breathing apparatus and goggles and get in the water to see starfish, jellyfish and – if you’re lucky – octopus.
- Diving schools all over Sa Coma offer an opportunity to see more of the underwater world around Majorca. Sign up for lessons and get your PADI certificate so you can delve beneath the surface to see natural wonders in the ocean.
- Located on the Punta de n’Amer, this little ranch has a host of ponies and horses for riding across the gorgeous wooded peninsula. Saddle up and get a fresh perspective on the Majorcan coastline.
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For optimum heat and sunshine, the best time to visit Sa Coma is in summer. The days are long and light, with temperatures rising to the thirties, and all the resorts are in full swing.
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