Most popular Villas in Sa Coma
Highlights in Sa Coma
- Excellent turquoise beaches
- Fantastic outdoor activities
- Great destination for families
- Fantastic tennis facilities
- Exciting tours around the island
Most popular amenities for Villas in Sa Coma
Villas in Sa Coma
The small coastal resort of Sa Coma is a residential area close to the beach, where you can enjoy the mild temperatures and the Mediterranean climate. Enjoy a fantastic villa located within walking distance of the beach, shops, restaurants and cafes. Use the best sport facilities to practice your favourite sport and fantastic spa centres to relax and give yourself a bit of pampering time. Book your villa and start planning your holiday in Sa Coma!Magnificent villas by the sea
Choose from a wide array of fantastic and detached villas to enjoy a fabulous time on this dreamy island. With the beach a few steps away from your doorstep it will be up to you if you decide to spend your day swimming and basking in the sun either on the sand or the comfort and privacy of your own swimming pool. Pretty and manicured gardens, lovely outdoors and fantastic views of the sea from the balcony of your bedroom or the main lounge. Watch the first rays of light every morning and wake up to the sound of the waves. Exclusive villas with great amenities including saunas and hot tubs.
Travellers and activities
The landscape of eastern Mallorca is not just mere sandy beaches. Through the mountain chain of the Serra de Llevant an interior region of soft hills is outlined, which is perfect for walks and bike rides. Around Sa Coma you can follow the route to the monasteries of Cura and San Salvador but if you prefer a pleasant and easy ride, the coastal road is your option. This is for sure, one of the best ways to enjoy the island and not missing any details, plunging completely into the landscapes of the Llevant Natural Park and the Tramuntana Mountains. Go for a day out and explore places as impressive as the Barranc de Biniaraix, the Tossals Verds and Es Farruts.Sa Coma for family holidays
Sa Coma is an ideal destination for families. You can enjoy the wonderful beaches with all the services and very quiet, away from the tourist crowds of other parts of the island. It also offers a wonderful natural environment for great hikings and pleasant strolls for all the family including visits to Coves del Drach, the zoo of Porto Cristo, Cala Bona or the beautiful town of Sant Llorenç de Cardassar. If you want to spend a fund day enjoying the slides and the waves at the water park, you will need to get on the bus to Splash World or La Reserva, a few minutes drive from Sa Coma. If you prefer some quieter activities, the Aquariums are always a great idea to spend some time out and escape the midday sun.
Did you know that “Sa Coma” is the Majorcan word for “valley”?
Top 7 travel tips in Sa Coma
The coastline is defined by its long sandy beaches and idyllic coves. Some of them are considered as the quietest and most beautiful coves of the island. Therefore, it is not surprising that this place has become the Mecca of all sun worshipers. Sa Coma beach offers us a long stretch of sand, crystal clear waters and, in its depths, large ravines of posidonia that will delight diving and nature lovers alike. In addition, it is also possible other water activities including parasailing, bananas and beach volleyball. Excellent services and very close to bars, shops and restaurants.2. Visit some caves
About 6 miles from the centre, you can visit the world-famous Coves del Drach and Coves dels Hams caves. An interesting activity for all the family. These are the best known caves on the island. Inside, along the two-kilometer route, these caves offer a fascinating spectacle of stalagmites and stalactites. At the end of the calcareous tunnel, after a short show of classical music, you can ride aboard a boat and navigate the underground lake. Sounds like a plan, right?3. Take a bus tour around the island
For a great day out, tours are a great option for all ages. From Sa Coma you can get on a bus tour around the island to the different tourist attractions and landmarks including Palma and its cathedral, Valldemossa, Manacor or Formentor to name a few. Enjoy the day with a tour guide that will make you discover every single detail about the insights of every place you visit.4. Visit Manacor
After Palma, Manacor is the second largest town in Majorca. Very popular for being Rafael Nadal’s birthplace, you can wander the streets and the large pedestrian area that gets really busy every Monday when the weekly market takes place. Visit the church of Nostra Senyora dels Dolors, walk the 29 km eco-path or practice your drive and backhand as tennis is an important sport on the island. Young talents can even come and practice at “The Rafael Nadal International Tennis Centre”.5. Get the ball in the hole
Are you a good mini-golf player? Come and discover Paradis, a 36-hole mini-golf course in Sa Coma, well protected by palm trees and exotic plants. Great moments of fun for the whole family are guaranteed. After a day full of activities, return to your holiday villa in Sa Coma to enjoy the rest of the evening!6. Discover the underwater world
The eastern coast of the island is ideal for underwater diving. Explore the richness of the underwater world and run races with the fish. Discover rare corals and venture into abandoned caves. Along the entire coast, you will find numerous diving schools that will guide you on your underwater adventure. Enjoy your holidays in Sa Coma and get into the depths!7. Visit n’Amer castle
This ancient fortress, which was once used to protect the island from pirates, is located on the Punta de n’Amer peninsula. Start your walk from Sa Coma and march north to the end of the promenade along the sea. From there, there are lots of small trails that lead to the castle, where you will find a small museum. Enjoy the visit and the breathtaking views of the bay of Son Servera!