Sa Coma, Majorca: Main Beach & Promenade, Nightlife & Things To Do

Sa Coma is a popular destination with British holidaymakers. This resort lies on the eastern coast of Majorca, south of Cala Millor.

Sa Coma, Majorca

Sa Coma is one of the newer resorts here. Development did not begin until the mid 1980’s. It’s popularity has been growing in recent times which has seen the building of more hotels. This resort now enjoys a steady influx of visitors each year.

Sa Coma’s pretty beach has a promenade which runs alongside. On this promenade, visitors will find a few bars, restaurants and a further choice in the resort’s centre.

Map Location

Sa Coma Map

Sa Coma lies on the eastern coast of Majorca and shares a border with S’illot to the south. To the north are the resorts of Cala Millor and Cala Bona. Check here for a full size map of the area.

Sa Coma Beach & Promenade

Sa Coma Beach

The usual facilities of sun beds and parasols are available here. There are also pedalos for the young ones and a small selection of water activities. This beach is among the most popular in Majorca with a good length of just under 1 kilometre. Playa Sa Coma is also quite wide in places with plenty of space for everyone to enjoy themselves. The water is also shallow making it idea for children.

Nightlife & Entertainment

Sa Coma is not a resort that boasts a huge amount of nightlife. This resort is more for those that seek a relaxing holiday away from the noise. This makes Sa Coma ideal for families and elderly folk that are not here for nightlife. There are a few bars here but many are inside the hotels complexes. The King´s Head and Cristobal Pub. Both offer dine in meals. The address for The King´s Head is Carrer dels Baladres, 29 or you can call 626 48 04 65 to book a table. This place tends to be open until 3am in peak season.

The only club is this area is Espace which charges a small entry fee. You do get a drink with this charge if you fancy a little late night dancing.

Most tend to head towards Cala Millor if they want extended nightlife. This resort has many more bars and clubs for late night entertainment. La Havana and the Chaplin Music Bar are two places you may wish to check out.

More Things To Do

Safari Zoo For Family Fun

Safari Zoo, Sa Coma

Further family fun in Sa Coma includes the exciting Auto Safari Zoo. This attraction offers the option of driving around the park in their own vehicle. You can also tour the enclosures on the Safari Train.

A good idea for a family day out is to stock up on picnic items and snorkelling gear. A good place to head to is the Punta de n’Amer headland. Here you will find a number of hiking trails and rocky coves to explore. There is also a well preserved fortress here. If you don’t fancy lugging a picnic cooler box, the Es Castell Cafe Bar serves great food.

Where To Stay?


There is a cycling route which takes you from Sa Coma to Cala Millor and then to Cala Bona. You can also cycle south to S`illot. If you are not an experienced cyclist it may be best to venture as far as Cala Millor and not onto Cala Bona. The final leg of the route can be hazardous and a little nerve wrecking if you are an occasional cyclist.

There is actually a much longer route than the 4-5 Km´s on offer though. You could continue north to Arta before heading south to Son Servera. You will eventually end up back in Sa Coma but caution is advised. This route would be best for those who are keen cyclists or professionals.

Rancho Sa Coma

Another great day out for couples or the young ones is Rancho Sa Coma. This attraction offers horse and pony rides through the forest and along the sea front. Prices are between 15-20 Euros for 1.5-2 hours ride. You can find Rancho Sa Coma at Avinguda de ses Palmeres, 9 or call 971 81 05 30. They tend to open at 9am and remain open until 10pm.