Sa Coma and surroundings
Sa Coma extends about 1 km along the east coast of Mallorca. Although the first thing you notice is the sandy beach, the village has much more to offer and attracts an international clientele, especially families looking for R R.
To the north, the small nature park Punta Amer with the viewing point over the coast is ideal for horse back ridding, hiking and mountain-biking.
There are mountains up to 500 metres high to the north (Calicant and El Telègraf...)
There is accommodation available wherever you find your favourite spot, with the inland mountain area and surroundings having been declared a Natural Area of Special and scenic interest.
Mainly almond, carob and fig tree dry farming combined with cereal fields - largely wheat and barley - mix together in the plantation area near Sant Llorenç and Son Carrió centres, with flocks of sheep being common sights in the fields.
The internationally famous Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo, Sant Salvador sanctuary in Felanitx with its spectacular views out over the plains of Majorca, the Majorica pearl factory in Manacor, the small Cala Bona port, the village of Artá and the Puig de Sant Salvador - the Artá hermitage with impressive views out over the Bay of Alcudia -, the new church in Son Servera and Capdepera Castle.
The main shopping areas in the region are based around the towns of Cala Millor and Sa Coma on the coast during summer months.
Pedestrianised Cristóbal Colón in Cala Millor and Avenida de les Savines and Avenida de las Palmera in Sa Coma house all kinds of restaurants, cafés, shops and services.
Many of the hotels in the area are specialized in family holidays and offer an extensive daytime and evening entertainment programme. Alternatively, if you're travelling with younger children, consider visiting the nearby zoo Safari Park (2km) with wild animals from Africa. Fun for everybody is guaranteed at the annual Tourist Festival (Fiesta del Turista) celebrated at the end of September in Cala Millor, Sa Coma and S´Illot.