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Holidays to Sa Coma

Introduction

When first arriving in Sa Coma, it is easy to conclude that this resort in eastern Majorca was created with families in mind. The beach here is soft and sandy, the waters are warm, and there are plenty of attractions, shops, restaurants, and bars to suit Travelers of all ages. For families looking for a fun and exciting sun, sea, and sand holiday, Sa Coma is the ideal choice.

What to see and do on a Holiday to Sa Coma

The main draw to Sa Coma for many visitors is the beautiful golden sand beach that is lapped by the gentle waves of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a Blue Flag certified beach, meaning that it is extremely clean and adheres to international environmental standards. The beach is flanked by a long pedestrian-only promenade with inviting shops, restaurants, and bars that cater to children and adults alike.

Sa Coma Holidays

It would be easy to spend your entire holiday to Sa Coma relaxing on the sands and swimming in the sea. However, the resort offers so much more to see and do. For a fun day out, head to Golf Paradis, a mini-golf venue that has three lovely 18-hole courses with waterfalls, lush vegetation, and lakes. The Auto Safari Zoo just outside of the resort is also an exciting way to spend a day, as visitors can take a mini-train around the zoo to see exotic animals such as monkeys, tigers, zebras, lions, and giraffes.

The nightlife in Sa Coma is very tame compared to other resorts on Majorca, as most of the nightly entertainment comes in the form of dinner performances and shows at hotels around the resort. There are also many cosy candlelit restaurants for a romantic evening out, and welcoming pubs for a nightcap or two. For those looking for a more lively after-dark scene, the resort of Cala Millor is just five minute cab ride away, and offers trendy nightclubs and discos where you can have a cocktail and a dance.

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The nightlife in Sa Coma is very tame compared to other resorts on Majorca, as most of the nightly entertainment comes in the form of dinner performances and shows at hotels around the resort. There are also many cosy candlelit restaurants for a romantic evening out, and welcoming pubs for a nightcap or two. For those looking for a more lively after-dark scene, the resort of Cala Millor is just five minute cab ride away, and offers trendy nightclubs and discos where you can have a cocktail and a dance.