Sa Coma - Majorca
Sa Coma, on the east coast of Mallorca in the municipality of Sant Llorenç.
It is separated from the resort of Cala Millor on the peninsula by the natural area of Sa Punt de n' Amer, the only undeveloped area along this part of the coast.
The beach is 900m long consisting of fine white sand with a promenade running the length of the beach which offers shade in the form of pine and palm trees.
There is a life guard on duty and there are umbrellas, sun beds and pedal boats for hire as well as wind surfers.
Sa Coma was developed in the '80's to cope with the tourist demand but control has been kept on building, with few hotels and more holiday villas and apartment blocks.
There are a wide range of bars and restaurants, many owned by Britich ex-pats, or aimed at the British market. Other facilities include a large supermarket and tennis courts. Nightlife is on the quiet side but Cala Millor is livelier and only a 5 min car ride away.
The small resort of S'Illot is joined to Sa Coma by a small footbridge which stretches over a small lagoon.
Weather in Sa Coma
The bay of Sa Coma, given its proximity to the sea, enjoys a gentle, calm climate all the year round.
- In winter: 12 – 15º centigrade
- In summer: 25 – 30º centigrade
- In spring and autumn: 12 – 25º centigrade
This welcoming climate means that both in winter and summer, you can enjoy bathing in the tranquil waters of the bay.