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Language: Spanish | Currency: Euros (€) | Local time: UTC+01:00 | Avg. Flight time: 2.5 hrs
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The dazzling sands and turquoise waters of the semi-circular bay make holidays in Sa Coma ideal for beach lovers...
Holidays in Majorca, which is encircled by the Mediterranean Sea and neighbours the similarly popular islands of Menorca and Ibiza, are ideal for all kinds of holidaymakers. Families love the water parks and child-friendly attractions, couples fall for the island over candle-lit dinners, history buffs enjoy learning more about the island in the city of Palma, while shoppers will also make a beeline for the capital to check out the fantastic boutiques. Keen golfers also feel at home in sunny Majorca, with plenty of verdant fairways on which to practise their swinging and putting.
In Sa Coma, however, peace and tranquillity are the name of the game. While party people head for the rowdy resorts, holidaymakers making their way to Sa Coma from the airport are usually after a fix of sunshine, good food, just enough evening entertainment and a good dose of rest and relaxation.
With its welcoming and friendly resort hotels and apartments, and none of the hedonistic party nights more commonly associated with east-coast neighbour Alcudia, you can be assured of getting plenty of restful nights and relaxing days in this beautiful part of the island. But when your body is fully rested, consider something a bit more energetic than sunbathing, such as water sports on the beach, horse riding, or visiting the nearby Caves of Drach.
You can reach Majorca by flying into Palma Airport (PMI) on a flight taking around two to three hours from UK airports.
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People flock here for the sizzle of summer, but the resort is open out of season for those who like it cool and quiet...
Sa Coma is predominantly a summer destination. However, late spring and early autumn also attract visitors looking to lounge in temperatures in the early to mid-20Cs. July and August can see daytime temperatures rocket to above 30C, though 28C is more like the average.
The off-peak season can still see mercury creeping far enough up the tube to ensure an even tan, but evenings can be quite cool. This time of year does, however, present an opportunity for seeking out cheap holidays to Sa Coma, though you’ll find great deals year round to Majorca.
Holidays to Sa Coma are traditionally relaxed affairs, but there are plenty of events here and there to liven things up a little...
Medieval Fair in Capdepera; May: The nearby medieval town of Capdepera (20 minutes away by car) hosts this fascinating glimpse into days gone by every May. Street entertainers whirl around market stalls as the locals dress up and encourage visitors to join the fun.
Nit de Foc (Night of Fire); June: If you're going to see the city of Palma (it's an hour away), try to do so when the place comes to life with fire-toting “demons”, bonfires and fireworks during this popular summer event.
Releasing of the ducks; August: This charmingly peculiar event sees thousands of rubber ducks (they used to use real ones) released and then captured by swimmers in the nearby town of C'an Picafort.
Your Sa Coma holiday needn’t all be about lying by the pool. There’s plenty of fun to be had out and about...
Relaxing: The nearby fishing village of S'Illot is the perfect place to stroll to in the evening from Sa Coma. You can order fresh fish and a chilled glass of wine on arrival.
Kids & teens: Learn the difference between stalactites and stalagmites at the Caves of Drach. Hire a car or hop on a local bus to reach the attraction, 15 minutes from Sa Coma.
Grown-up families: If you're up for getting wet, try your hand at some of the tempting water sports on offer. If not, hop aboard a glass-bottomed boat and see the sea from the deck.