We visit Sa Coma quite regularly as we live nearby and we have many friends that live here. The hotels in this resort are of very good quality, and most of them have a 4 star rating, some offering self-catering. The popular Bouganvilla Hotel offers all-inclusive option, a really good value for money.
This resort is situated on the East coast of Majorca and is approximately one hour journey from the Palma de Mallorca airport.
Sa Coma, for many years, was known to be more populated by German visitors. However, recently, we have noticed that more and more British visitors and other nationalities have been coming here.
We love walking on the promenade next to the lovely long beach. It is a very peaceful place because the majority of shops, restaurants and cafes are on the main road of the resort. This promenade links up to S’Illot, a fishing village resort. Cala Millor is situated in the opposite direction to S’illot but you will have to walk on the main roads to arrive at this resort. For those of you that like to walk and enjoy some excellent scenery there is a trail that takes you around the headlands to Cala Millor. You will pass the old Fort at the tip of the trail and there is also a restaurant where you can get some food and liquid refreshments.
There are some British Food restaurants on the main road in the resort, and some bars where you can enjoy live entertainment or a quiz.
I think you’ll find that the large Eroski Supermarket here is extremely economical for purchasing any food you need if you are staying in a self-catering hotel.
I really like the two Sanso Tendes shops in this resort. They are great places to shop for in-fashion bathing suits, sandals, beach items, sports clothing, or quality souvenirs.
Our good friends Phil and Dave at The Dug Out will give you a lovely warm welcome. They serve up a great English breakfast and other specials throughout the day.
I think this resort is a good place for active holidaymakers. This resort has its very own golf driving range and a sporting centre with tennis courts. Another activity in Sa Coma where you can take the whole family to play crazy golf is Golf Paradis, found on the road you take to get to Cala Millor. Nearest the beach, there are pony rides.
There are many bike hire outlets in Sa Coma, so you can travel between the resorts and get a little bit of exercise cycling.
There is a Safari Park too, but it is not as good as the one in the UK.
Market days are in the evening, starting at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays during the summer months.
The nearest golf courses are Golf de Son Servera and Pula.
Watch out for the local hen habitants in Sa Coma. They actually use the cross walks to cross the road.
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