Holidays to Sa Coma
Splash around and get some sunshine on your skin in Sa Coma. If the Balearic Islands sound like your ideal holiday destination, you’ll want to visit the small tourist town of Sa Coma on the east side of Majorca and experience the bustling and family friendly holiday resort for yourself. It’s situated next to S’illot in the district of Sant Llorec des Cardessar and makes a great holiday for both British families and young couples, as the resort caters to British tourists due to its many bars, cafes and restaurants being owned by British ex-pats.
Sa Coma is the sunshine destination for British holidaymakers and beach lovers will enjoy the 11 hours of sunshine a day throughout the high summer months. Holidays in Sa Coma are within easy reach of many tourists, with the average flight time from any British airport standing at around two hours.
Fun for all the family on holidays in Sa Coma, Majorca
Sa Coma is a small resort designed around the family, with something to suit everyone’s needs. The majority of the entertainment revolves around the beach with various activities to keep everyone busy. Sa Coma beach stretches over the east coast of Majorca with its golden sands and crystal blue waters. There is plenty to do and see here. Have fun in the water on a pedalo, ride the banana boat or try your hand at paragliding. Children will love petting, stroking and riding the ponies from the nearby pony ranch which is situated next to Sa Coma beach. If you want to explore, visit the Caves of Drach or the Caves of Arta, both of which offer an impressive sight into Majorca’s intriguing and natural scenic beauty.
Sa Coma holidays are designed for British holidaymakers and the dining experience throughout the resort is no exception. You’ll find lots of steak houses, seafood restaurants and places to eat, all serving British staples like fish and chips. Those who like a good burger will find comfort in the Burger King which is situated behind Sa Coma beach. However, if you want a more exceptional dining experience, visit the resort of S’illot for its many fine restaurants and á la carte menus.
When looking for entertainment on your holidays to Sa Coma, you’ll find it in the resort’s hotels which offer a wide range of night time family entertainment. There are bars nearby which stay open until fairly late, but as Sa Coma is mainly aimed at families, so isn’t known for its clubbing. If you fancy checking out the buzzing capital of Majorca then try our holidays to Palma City.
Slip away into Sa Coma, Majorca
Sa Coma is a peaceful resort designed to entertain and cater to British families. You’ll find all amenities and activities within easy reach around Sa Coma beach, so the kids won’t get bored. At Lastminute.com you’ll find what some call ‘cheap holidays to Sa Coma’ but think of them as ‘money saving deals’. So why wait? Book all your holidays to Spain with us at lastminute.com
Sa Coma Travel Information
Spanish (English widely spoken)
GMT/BST +1 hour
2 hours 15 minutes