Sa Coma is a friendly resort on Mallorca’s east coast just south of the better known Cala Millor. Although there’s plenty of accommodation available the resort hasn’t grown into a mass tourism destination and is best suited for anyone looking for a relaxed family holiday with access to a nice beach. A long promenade runs along the seafront and connects with the neighbouring resort of S’Illot via a small bridge which allows for pleasant strolls or bike rides.
The typical rowdy tourist bars of the main resorts haven’t made their way to Sa Coma though there are a few British bars around. The Royal Oak, Fox & Hound and the Britannia Bar are good spots for typical British food whilst the Sportsmans is the place to head for if you need Sky TV. There are many other bars catering more to the German market. There’s a good range of restaurants along the beachfront.
There are some nice beaches in both direction along the coast from Sa Coma and it’s a good idea to rent a car and take a drive along this east coast to discover some of its beautiful little coves. Nearby Porto Cristo is home to the Caves of Drach which are one of the island’s most popular tourist attractions.
If you don’t fancy driving then take one of the boat trips from Sa Coma which show you many of the highlights of this beautiful coast.