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Sa Coma Holidays 2019 / 2020

If you’re looking for a great getaway for 2019, take a look at Sa Coma, a popular purpose-built beach holiday resort on the eastern coast of stunning Majorca.

So, what can you expect from Sa Coma holidays? Think clean white sands, bright blue waters, the Mediterranean climate, plenty of family-friendly attractions, and lots of great restaurants. Because the resort has so much to see and do, you’ll never be short of options for keeping the children entertained; from mini-golf and go-karting to zoos and waterparks, Sa Coma really is an ideal destination for families.

Sa Coma is a great option for couples, too. The lively cocktail bars, lounges and discos make this location a terrific one for couples seeking relaxation by day, and partying by night.

If learning about your destination’s history and way of life is more your thing, Majorca’s historic capital, Palma, and the exotic Caves of Drach are also within easy reach for a cultural day trip.

We offer an exciting variety of travel options for visiting this popular resort. Our all inclusive Sa Coma holidays are the ideal way to cater for your whole family, while cheap holidays to Sa Coma are also available for smaller budgets.

Most popular hotels in Sa Coma

Blue Sea Gran Playa Apartments
Blue Sea Gran Playa Apartments
Blue Sea Gran Playa Apartments

Sa Coma, Majorca

from £251 pp
HSM Club Torre Blanca
HSM Club Torre Blanca
HSM Club Torre Blanca

Sa Coma, Majorca

from £283 pp

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Top attractions

Top attractions

There’s a fantastic range of things to do in Sa Coma, both within the resort and a bit further afield.

  • Take the whole family on a trip to Mini Golf Paradise for a fun and active day out. This 18-hole mini-golf course is beautifully maintained, and sure to entertain both kids and adults.
  • Another family favourite is the Safari Zoo in close-by Cala Millor, which boasts rhinos, tigers, lions and a number of smaller animals too. You can opt to drive your own car through the zoo on a designated course, which is perfect for families who prefer the comfort of their own familiar space. Throughout your adventure, you’ll experience the excitement of coming face to face with magnificent safari animals!
  •  If you’re after the more cultural attractions, you’ll love Punta de n’Amer medieval watchtower. It’s a great way to sightsee and stay active during your holiday – just make sure you bring decent footwear for walking up to the tower.
  • To really experience the Majorcan way of life, make sure you visit the capital city, Palma. Palma is steeped with history and makes for a fantastic day out for families and couples. It's also a great solo trip if you’re a lone traveller.
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Eating out

Eating out

As a purpose-built holiday resort, it’s no surprise that Sa Coma restaurants are excellent. You’ll find a terrific range of restaurants, bars and cafés, so there’s always something to suit your appetite, whether you’re looking for fine dining or something more casual with the family.

  • If you’re travelling with young children, there are plenty of family-friendly restaurants with kids’ menus in the local area; great for fussy eaters!
  • Looking for a more grown up dining experience? Sample some of the wonderful local wines and delicious cuisine in Sa Coma's selection of European and traditional Majorcan fine-dining restaurants.
  • You’ll also find plenty of pizzerias, along with a wide array of international establishments serving Chinese, Indian and American cuisines.
  • If you’re experiencing Majorca on a shoestring budget, there’s a number of cheap and cheerful British-style pubs, delis and bars serving traditional fish and chips and other British favourites.
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Families

Families

When it comes to holidays in Majorca, Sa Coma is easily one of the most family-centred resorts.

  • With your choice of Blue Flag beaches, family-friendly restaurants and diverse day trips, it’s simple to find something the whole family will enjoy.
  • The resort was purpose-built back in the 1980s as a family resort town, complete with a pedestrianised promenade and lots of places to eat.
  • Sa Coma has a great selection of shops, which are perfect for lazy days browsing souvenirs and bagging a holiday bargain or two.
  • For the more active days away from relaxing on the beach or by the pool, you’ll love the go-karting track and mini-golf course, which is within walking distance from Sa Coma resort.
  • One of the great aspects of Sa Coma is how easy it can be to keep the kids entertained throughout the entire holiday.
  • The Safari Zoo is a fantastic addition to your schedule, and something the whole family will absolutely love. Witness magnificent animals by driving around the designated course in your own car, or take a trip on the zoo’s own mini train.
  • This resort is perfect for families with all budgets. Cheap family holidays to Sa Coma will allow more flexibility for seeing the sights and experiencing the fantastic amenities.
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Culture

Culture

As a purpose-built holiday resort established in the 1980s, Sa Coma itself has little in the way of history. The culture of Sa Coma revolves around fun, with plenty of laid-back family-friendly restaurants and bars, a nearby mini-golf course and a go-karting track.

  • The relaxed atmosphere makes Sa Coma ideal for families and couples alike looking for a fuss-free holiday without the need to travel very far for amenities and places to eat. However, it is easy to travel to the surrounding towns if you’re looking for more cultural attractions.
  • A visit to Palma is essential, particularly if this is your first holiday in Majorca. The city has a large number of historical sites, including the beautiful Palma Cathedral, imposing Bellver Castle and the historic palace of the Royal Family, the Almudaina.
  • Palma itself is a melting pot of different cultures throughout history, showcasing European and Arabic styles. There are also some historic landmarks dating back to the Roman era.
  • Palma is also home to the Museu de Mallorca, a former 16th century palace, which is now dedicated to commemorating the history of Majorca. The Arab baths that stand here occupy the last remaining building in Palma from the Moorish period. Nestled in lush green gardens, the baths make for a relaxing and educational day out.
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Beaches

Beaches

One of the main draws of Sa Coma is, without a doubt, its selection of beautiful sandy beaches.

  • Sa Coma has a series of Blue Flag beaches that line the edge of a scenic horseshoe-shaped bay, creating a naturally sheltered beach environment which is ideal for families, and those who prefer to stay out of the hot Mediterranean midday sun.
  • Each Sa Coma beach has its own unique traits, but the best in the area definitely include Cala Millor, Sa Coma Beach, Cala Romantica and the Canyamel Beach.
  • In Sa Coma, there’s a picturesque promenade with pedestrian zones and plenty of restaurants, cafés and bars. Sa Coma beach bars sell plenty of refreshments, keeping your family cool and comfortable in the sun.
  • You’ll also find plenty of sun loungers and parasols on the beaches, where sun-seekers can soak up the rays in comfort – find a lounger close to the bar if you’re in the mood for a cocktail!
  • Depending on which Sa Coma beach you visit, you can find a variety of watersports, including windsurfing, scuba diving and boat rental.
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Nightlife

Nightlife

Sa Coma nightlife is centred around a handful of vibrant bars in the town.

  • Most Sa Coma bars close by midnight, which is unusual for a popular holiday resort. However, for lots of holidaymakers, this is part of the appeal, especially families with small children.
  • If an exciting, active nightlife is an essential part of your holiday experience, you won’t have to miss out! It’s easy to reach any of the nearby resorts, like Cala Millor, Cala Ratjada and Ca’n Picafort, to make the most of their more adventurous party scenes.
  • Some of the best nightclubs in the area include La Havana Nightclub in Cala Millor, famous for its Latin music and long opening hours; Disco Bolero in Cala Ratjada, and Charly’s Discotheque in Ca’n Picafort.
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Couples

Couples

While Sa Coma is undoubtedly a family-focused resort, the beautiful beaches in and around Sa Coma are a great spot for holidaying couples too.

  • As nightlife in the area is quite limited, elderly couples and those who prefer peaceful evenings will enjoy holidaying in Sa Coma, avoiding the bustle and noise of many other holiday resorts in Majorca.
  • Sa Coma offers a fuss-free holiday experience for couples, with plenty of casual restaurants and refreshment stands, stunning beaches, and plenty of other resorts within easy reach.
  • Cala Millor is easily reached by taxi or by taking a longer stroll. It's easy for younger couples to reach popular nearby nightclubs and bars, and then return to their hotel in Sa Coma to get a good night’s (or day’s) sleep after some serious partying.
     
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People also ask

People also ask

What airport do you fly into for Sa Coma?

Visitors to Sa Coma can fly into Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI).

How long is the transfer from the airport to Sa Coma?

Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) is approx. 56km away from Sa Coma, which is roughly a 45 minute drive.

How much is a taxi from the airport to Sa Coma?

A four-passenger economy taxi from Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) to Sa Coma will cost roughly €89. For large groups of people, you can hire a minibus taxi, which will cost roughly €189 from Palma Mallorca Airport to Sa Coma. Prices will vary depending on the individual taxi company.

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