Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain
Sa Coma offers a lovely beach and is a popular choice with British holidaymakers.
The Sa Coma beach is almost one kilometre in length, with soft white sand that gently slopes in the clear shallow water. Sun-loungers and umbrellas are available to hire, and the beach is backed by a pedestrianised promenade which stretches down to the south of S'Illot.
Things to do
Golf Paradise in Sa Coma offers 54-holes of crazy golf, set in tropical gardens, and on the outskirts of the resort is the Auto Safari Zoo, an enjoyable day out for families, where you can drive yourself around the park or travel on the zoo train.
The nature reserve of Punta den'Amer is situated between the resort of Sa Coma and Cala Millor, a popular walk with an easy to follow path takes you to a 17th-century watchtower where you can relax at the café and enjoy the coastal views.
For the serious golfers there are two exceptionally good championship golf courses in the area, Pula is the closest with 18-holes and Golf Son Servera which has 9-holes.
A popular attraction is the Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo. Home to a large subterranean lake 177-metres long and 30-metres wide, where daily classical music recitals are performed, it features many caverns with beautifully formed stalactites and stalagmites.
Also in Porto Cristo is the Jumaica Tropical Park, a popular choice with families for the mini zoo where children can enjoy the birds and small animals.
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