Sa Coma Holidays
With water sports ranging from pedalos to windsurfing, a sweeping stretch of Blue Flag beach lines the purpose-built, sunny resort of Sa Coma. Its traffic-free promenade, shaded by pines and palms - a popular route with leisurely strollers and those aiming for the tranquil beach at Sa Coma. Head out on horseback, and dive into the sparkling ocean at Sa Punta.
Temperature: High 20s to low 40s °C
Sa Coma’s Mediterranean climate brings long, warm summers and mild, wet winters.
Flight time from The UK:
Approximately 2 hours
Sa Coma, Majorca
The Blau Mediterraneo Hotel enjoys a fabulous beachfront location offering guests outstanding views across the beach out to the Mediterranean, in t...
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Sa Coma, Majorca
The attractive façade of the THB Sa Coma Platja Aparthotel overlooks the long sands and pleasant promenade of the seafront and has direct ac...
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Thanks to its picturesque coastline, Sa Coma offers a range of activities which blend relaxation and activity in a perfect partnership. Start your day off with a walk around Punta de n’Amer and its imposing 17th century castle moving on to an unforgettable underwater experience with a team of experienced scuba divers in the afternoon. Then head to the beach to rest, eat and drink well into the evening.
Located on Sa Coma’s sprawling waterfront, the Oceans Edge Diving Centre gives you and your family the opportunity to swim amongst Majorca’s underwater sealife, all whilst under the expert supervision of trained divers. Explore caves, tunnels and rock formations - or if you’re a beginner, learn the fundamentals with a series of specialised lessons.
Welcoming you with 1km of soft, white sand, Sa Coma’s famous Blue Flag beach stretches along the east coast of Majorca with a host of shops, restaurants and entertainment for the kids, all along the traffic free promenade. The seafront stretches along a shallow bay - perfect for swimming and boat rides.
Language: The language spoken in Sa Coma is Catalan
Local time: Sa Coma is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time
Currency: The currency used in Sa Coma is Euro (€)
Fly to: Palma de Mallorca (PMI) airport is located around 70km from Sa Coma
Tourist information: Further Sa Coma tourist information can be found at http://www.spain.info/en/que-quieres/destinos-playa/playas/mallorca/sa_coma.html
Visa & Health: Before you travel, visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Sa Coma
Families: This purpose-built, sunny holiday resort and its hotels have been specially developed with families in mind.
Sun worshippers: Majorca’s Balearic sunshine attracts sun-cream-lathered crowds who come to bask in its glorious rays every summer.
Water babies: A 900m-long beach and water sports ranging from pedaloes to windsurfing willkeep the whole family happy.
Temperature: High 20s to low 40s (°C) in summer
July and August are the hottest summer months, with daily highs usually reaching the low 30ºC’s to early 40ºC’s. Thankfully, the town enjoys cooling sea breezes.
Early spring is somewhat cooler and temperatures can still be in single figures at night and early morning.
By public transport: It’s best not to rely too heavily on the public transport around Majorca’s east coast, although buses do run into Palma, Manacor, the Caves of Drach and Cala Millor, if you feel like an adventure.
By hire car: For the best chance of getting there in good time and doing things at your own pace, you’re best off hiring a car at the airport or locally.
By taxi: Taxis are available to take those in search of a livelier party atmosphere out to the bars and dance floors of Cala Millor, which is about a five minutes’ drive away.
Saintly celebrations: Open-air concerts, ball de bot (traditional dancing), an ecological products and crafts fair, fun races, a foam party, theatre performances and a fireworks display bring the Sant Llorenc Fiesta to life each August.
Farming festivities: Visit in April to attend the annual Andratx livestock and agricultural fair, which brings arts, crafts, livestock exhibitions and a carriage-racing competition to town.
Yachting elite: Pick out your favourite among the stylish and sophisticated vessels on display at the Palma International Boat Show in May, with the decadent cathedral as a backdrop.