Sa Coma is a modern resort on the east coast of Mallorca, just a little south of Cala Millor. These two popular resorts are only divided by the peninsula of Punta de n’Amer.
The beach in general
The beautiful Playa Sa Coma is almost one kilometre long and pretty wide. The beach has fine-grained white sand and the water is very clear.
Sunbeds and umbrellas are available for hire. Lifeguards are on duty in the summer months.
Behind the beach there is a traffic free promenade which is partly in the shadows of the palms and pine trees. The promenade stretches its way all down to Cala Moreya south of S’Illot.
Sometimes it is possible to spot dolphins from the beach.
The fine grained sand is good for children and although the beach is very popular it usual offers good space for playing. Shallow water.
Pedalos, windsurfing and scuba diving.
A lot of restaurants, cafés and bars along the beach promenade. Many of them are owned by British who moved to Sa Coma.
Sa Coma holiday resort
Sa Coma is among the most beautiful resorts in Mallorca. One of the reasons for this is that it is a relatively new resort.
There’s a good range of restaurants in Sa Coma, especially along the beachfront. Besides hotel entertainment there is not much evening entertainment in Sa Coma but the more lively Cala Millor is only a few minutes away in a taxi.
The main part of the tourists visiting Sa Coma are from United Kingdom.
Sa Coma map
The almost one kilometre long beach Playa Sa Coma. In the bottom of the satellite photo you can spot the much smaller beach Playa S’Illot.