A small safari park and plenty of watersports on offer
The resort sits comfortably between the more lively resort of Cala Millor, which is easy accessible on a handy tram and S’Illot, a quite traditional fishing village which still maintains its original charm. At one end of the beach is a protected nature reserve home to a whole host of flora, horses, sheep and rabbits.
A little further out is Auto Safari Zoo which boasts elephants, giraffes, zebras and monkeys, although it is recommended to use the safari train as the monkeys have been known to be quite boisterous! There are plenty more activities to keep you occupied including tennis, squash, cycling and horse riding. For the golf lovers there are no less than five 1st class golf courses to try out all within easy reach of Sa Coma. With a fun filled and relaxed beach destination it is easy to see why this resort is a firm favourite with British visitors year in. cheap late deals to Sa Coma are available to book online at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Caves of Drach
– Explore one of the most visited caves in Europe. You’ll be amazed at how this underground world opens up and you’ll be spellbound by the orchestra which plays classical music whilst floating on the underground lake.
– What better way to explore the island than from the sea? View the rocky coastline from the calm waters of the Med, stop off for a swim and some lunch then relax on deck and enjoy the wonderful views.