In the northwest of Mallorca lies the holiday resort of Sa Coma, consisting of a beautiful white sandy beach and surrounding areas with many tourist and leisure activities. Despite its small size, it has everything the visitor needs for a fun day out with family and friends.
A day at the beach in Sa Coma
Sa Coma beach is one of the best beaches in Mallorca and has been awarded the blue flag. It is characterised by its white sands and crystal clear turquoise waters. Here you will find everything you need for an unforgettable day at the beach.
Among the services offered are:
- Sun loungers and parasols for hire
- Toilets and showers
Its beautiful crystalline waters attract tourists from all over the world who come to dive and windsurf. It is a privileged beach in Majorca where dolphins sometimes come to greet visitors. It is an honour to enjoy this spectacle and hopefully you will be lucky enough to experience it during your visit to Sa Coma.
The beach receives tourists all year round and the surrounding area offers a wide range of hotels.
Rent different boats and sail along the coast of the island, explore the coves and enjoy the splendid landscapes of Mallorca. Depending on the boat you choose you can enjoy different routes and activities. Once at sea, you will have the opportunity to stop for a dip or snorkel in the refreshing waters of the Atlantic.
We offer boats from 2 people to large groups in which you can enjoy a great day with your family and friends.
We invite you to celebrate your events such as birthdays, weddings and different celebrations on board a boat. We assure you that it will be an incredible experience that no one will forget.
You can do different water activities in Sa Coma such as scuba diving, windsurfing or simply swimming in the crystal clear waters. It is a very popular activity among visitors who enjoy the marine life and the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea.
Visit the Drach Caves
If you are looking for more fun, just 10 km away you can visit this beautiful ancient cave where you can take a boat ride and enjoy an underground adventure.
The tour takes you through the 1200 metre long cave, where you can see stalactites and stalagmites that are thousands of years old. The lake is 25 metres deep and is very well illuminated, the whole tour has perfect lighting and you cross the lake listening to melodious classical music. It is one of the things to do in Sa Coma that you must include in your itinerary.
Visit the Safari Zoo
Just a few metres from the tourist centre is one of the most visited zoos in Spain. You will have a fantastic experience sharing with wild animals as if you were on a real safari in the jungle. You can do the tours by car or take the safari train offered by the zoo.
Talaiot de na Pol Archaeological Site
Talayots are stone constructions that bear witness to prehistoric life in Spain. You can find them in Mallorca and Menorca. So if you are in Sa Coma, don’t miss the chance to visit the Talaiot de na Pol. This is a stone monument built over a cave through which water once passed and which has been reconstructed to maintain the island’s legacy and history.
In the area surrounding the beach you will find different routes for cycling around the streets and mountains surrounding the resort. Some establishments offer a bicycle rental service if you have not brought your own.
Visit the fishing village of Porto Cristo
It is located very close to Sa Coma and there you will find many restaurants with delicious local dishes. It is also the site of various festivals where many Mallorcan traditions are revived.