Sa Coma holidays don’t scrimp on beaches – you’ve got a Blue Flag sweep on your doorstep and another right next door.
Sa Coma’s nabbed a patch of Majorca’s family-focused east coast. And you get two resorts for the price of one. It’s practically joined at the hip with neighbour S’Illot, which gives you another beach and some more eating out options. That’s on top of the white-sand curl and restaurant-ringed prom at base.
Horses, hikes and golf
Once you’ve had your fill of the pool or beach, Sa Coma’s other attractions step in. You can stroke horses by the beach at the riding school, try three different courses at a massive minigolf complex or head to the zoo behind town. Or trek out to Punta de n’Amer nature reserve. It takes around 45 minutes to get to the ancient watchtower and a café handles cool-down drinks.
Sa Coma’s a small town, with a big league beach. It’s a huge, half-moon stretch with sand as soft as baby powder. Facilities-wise, you’ve got a dose of sunbeds, but there’s still plenty of space to whip out a towel. It takes around 10 minutes to walk from here to S’Illot Beach, or you can get the mini-train. It chugs through Sa Coma, Cala Millor, Cala Bona and S’Illot.
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