Sa Coma is a tourist and residential centre belonging to the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, in the region of LLevant de Mallorca. It has an important residential area with quality public services, such as a public school, municipal facilities, basic health unit, tourist information office and the central offices of the local police of the municipality.
The main attraction of Sa Coma is its beach and Sa Punta de n'Amer , a Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI) that separates Cala Millor from this area. Its beach, more than 800 metres long, is characterised by its fine white sand, clear waters and quality tourist services.
Sa Coma was born as a tourist and residential development in the eighties, when the first hotels and apartments were built. It also has an important commercial and service offer: shops, pharmacies, stores, supermarkets, a weekly market every Wednesday from 19h. from May to October and numerous leisure attractions, bars, restaurants, most of international cuisine, spa centres and sports facilities.
Sa Coma has a bicycle path that runs from Port Vell in the north and follows the entire coast and the Sa Coma promenade to S'Illot in the south. The tourist train service also runs through Sa Coma, linking this area with the other towns; it also has a public bus service, easy access by road and parking areas.
From the beach you can see one of the most important resources of the area, Sa Punta de n'Amer, one of the privileged natural enclaves of our destination CALA MILLOR MALLORCA. It is one of the most appreciated attractions for the visitor; you can enjoy this space contemplating the native flora and fauna and make excursions on foot or by bicycle. One of the must-see visits is "El Castell", a defence tower that was part of the defence network of the island of Mallorca. It is a peculiar tower, with a square base and built between the 16th and 17th centuries. The paths are easy to walk and the rocky coastline allows you to take baths away from the more crowded beaches. Another attraction of this town is its promenade, which runs parallel to the beach and links the towns of Sa Coma and s'Illot.
Sa Coma's fiestas are held in mid-July and are notable for offering a wide range of activities for tourists and residents alike: Multicultural Fair, concerts and sports activities.