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Hotels in Sa Coma

The modern, cosmopolitan resort of Sa Coma overlooks a spectacular sandy beach and is the perfect place to enjoy the exotic Mediterranean scenery in a more secluded setting. This family friendly resort also contains many affordable restaurants and lively entertainment venues, and is close to the beautiful walking route of the Punta de n'Amer peninsula, a special nature reserve.

At the Punta de n'Amer, you can see the 17th-century watchtower, the Castell de n'Amer, where you can enjoy wonderful views of the surrounding coastline, especially if you wake up early enough and arrive just after sunrise.

Palma Cathedral

Few religious buildings in Spain can rival the magnificent Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, otherwise known as Palma Cathedral, which is more than 120m in length. This building, which took more almost four centuries to complete, is known for its elaborate Catalan-Gothic-style features, and was erected on a former Arab mosque.

Cala Figuera

Often nicknamed 'Little Venice', the Cala Figuera is one of the most attractive resorts in the Mediterranean, and is relatively undeveloped. Although there is technically no beach here, there are plenty of great spots for swimming in the crystal clear emerald waters, and numerous scenic coastal walks to enjoy.

Bellver Castle

On the outskirts of Palma, Bellver Castle is a unique circular castle that was designed in the 14th century and is more than 110m tall. The Gothic building was a military prison for many years, but it is now the location of the popular Palma History Museum, where you can learn about this port's formidable maritime heritage.

The Cap de Formentor

This phenomenal coastal walk, on the most northerly point on the island, offers more impressive views of the Mediterranean coast and features an ancient road that was once used to transport donkeys. The Cap de Formentor is also overlooked by the Formentor Lighthouse, which, at 210m above the sea, is the highest in the Balearic Islands.

Where to dine in Sa Coma – suggestions

If you're after some fantastic homemade pizzas, you can try Chilly's Bar Pizza House, or head to Amore Mio for other delicious Italian dishes. For some tasty British cuisine, you can dine at the JJs Restaurant and Bar, or choose the Bollywood Star Indian Restaurant for other terrific meals.

Accommodation ideas

Book a stay at the Hipotels Marfil Playa for stylish amenities and great customer service, or choose the charming Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa for another truly relaxing experience. Other highly regarded Sa Coma hotels you may want to consider include the elegant, value-for-money Protur Palmeras Playa, the charismatic Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa, and the photogenic Hipotels Mediterraneo.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Sa Coma

What are the best hotels to stay in Sa Coma?

The best hotels to stay in Sa Coma are Hipotels Mediterraneo Club, Playa Dorada Aparthotel and Blue Sea Gran Playa.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Sa Coma?

Blue Sea Gran Playa in Sa Coma offers one night in a double room at the price of £34.

What hotels are in the central Sa Coma neighborhood?

Apartamentos Club Sa Coma, Blue Sea Gran Playa and THB Sa Coma Platja are located in the central neighborhood of Sa Coma.

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