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Expect beaches, clear turquoise waters and quaint seafront cafes and restaurants during your holidays to Sa Coma. This resort is within close proximity of Cala Bona and Cala Millor, and exists as a firm family-favourite for its abundance of activities.

 

The Sa Coma beach is a sandy Blue Flag stretch which spreads 800m across a sheltered, half-moon shaped bay. The adjacent S'illot beach is smaller but equally beautiful. Those looking forward to shopping may do so at the large chain hypermarket (Eroski), at the summer Wednesday market and the Friday market at Son Servera, which lies 6km away. 

 

There’s something for eveyrone on Sa Coma holidays, whether you’re seeking nightlife and lively entertainment, adventurous day trips and excursions (we’re talking Hams Caves!), or to soak up the natural beauty. For the latter, holidays to Sa Coma offer a scenic landscape for hiking, whereby guests can enjoy a challenging stroll along the resort’s coastal routes, before perhaps making a pit-stop in pretty villages that dot the countryside. More lively than laid-back? Majorca’s capital city Palma is just 70km away, and is full of shopping, food and drink, and entertainment hotspots, as well as amazing architecture. Tourist attractions like Bellver Castle, the La Almudaina Royal Palace (the old Citadel), sa Llotja (old commercial exchange), and the La Seu Cathedral are worth visiting while you’re here.

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Sample Delicious Sa Coma Fare

Sa Coma holidays boasts delicious cuisine representing the flavours of Spain, many also with a British influence, too. Most of the resort’s eateries are located by the seafront, each boasting a relaxing vibe with a family focus. For taste of authentic Majorcan cuisine Restaurante Atlantic is one of the best places to eat, with a tasty yet traditional menu.

Cycle Past The Sights

 

Cycle Past The Sights

Majorca is a haven for cyclists and Sa Coma has a pretty biking pathway next to its scenic promenade. The weather is sunny most of the year, and the terrain is full of winding roads and switchback routes with tough gradients. But the journey is no doubt worth it for the spectacular vistas you can admire en route. Many cyclists come here to train amidst the natural scenery too, since the roads are quiet yet challenging.

 
Exciting Local Fiestas

 

Exciting Local Fiestas

Sa Coma holds its festivals in mid-July onwards, each of which offer a visual delight for both visitors and residents. In August, you’ve got the Fiesta of Mare de Déu Trobada, which is celebrated by a night race, or, fun run. Expect various sports contests combined with concerts and exhibitions. In September the Binissalem town holds the Fiesta del Vermar, an annual grape festival where wine-drinking, colourful processions, fairs and live performances mark the end of harvest season.

 
Visit El Castell

 

 

Visit El Castell

Also not be missed is “El Castell”, a tower that once formed part of the defensive bulwork that protected the island of Majorca. This unique tower was built between the 16th and 17th centuries as protection against pirate attacks, and to guard the coast between the neighbouring towers of Porto Cristo and Cap Roig. The castle, which is located on the highest point of 35m, was restored in the 20th Century and is a popular tourist attraction.

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