Holidays to Sa Coma
Built with tourists in mind in the 1980s, this modern resort is perfect for holidaymakers looking for proximity to sunbeds and the seaside. With plenty of local shops and restaurants, as well as a good choice of hotel bars and a promenade linking you to the other coastal resorts, there's enough to keep you busy here - although, if you're getting itchy feet, you can head off to nearby Palma to explore the centre of the island's capital city.
Strand Sa Coma
Sa Coma's blue flag beach has nice clean sands and plenty of watersports equipment, including windsurfing and pedalos.
This sheltered beach is hidden away near S'Illot, and is great for anyone looking to escape from the busy resorts.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
Sightseeing in Palma
Take a tour of Palma’s narrowed streets and ancient buildings and visit the Joan Miró museum and the Paseo Maritimo.
Explore the depths of the ocean without getting wet at Palma Aquarium, which has over 700 species of marine life.
Majorca Wine Tour Delight
This vineyard offers tailored tours where you can walk around the winery, sample some wine and even take a bottle home.
Langosta a la Parrilla
Sa Coma has some grounding in Catalonian cuisine and this dish, combining lobster with mayonnaise, is a local favourite.
Espace is the only club in Sa Coma, and it's popular with both locals and tourists. You get a free drink with admission.
Palace Q, Cala Millor
This popular split-level club is north of Sa Coma in Cala Millor. It plays a mixture of Spanish and international tunes.
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