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Sa Coma Holidays

4 out of 5 from 277 reviews

Hotels in Sa Coma, Spain

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13 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
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2 Reviews
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14 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
4 Reviews
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3 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
67 Reviews
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15 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
3 Reviews
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12 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
7 Reviews
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10 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
120 Reviews
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4 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
23 Reviews
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1 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
9 Reviews
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7 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
29 Reviews
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9 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
17 Reviews
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2 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
21 Reviews
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5 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
39 Reviews
Image of Ses Ones Apartments
8 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
1 Review
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11 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
49 Reviews
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6 of 15 hotels in Sa Coma
34 Reviews

277 Reviews

Traveller Rating

  • Excellent
    82
  • Very Good
    142
  • Good
    41
  • Average
    10
  • Poor
    2

Review Overview

  • Eating Out
  • Nightlife
  • Beaches
Brenda/abbie
5 years ago
sa coma is a brilliant place for a relaxing holiday beautiful beach,people are really friendly plenty of all types of eating places and bars to cater for all tastes love it
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Denise Hughes
5 years 1 month ago
Sa Coma
The beach is really lovely, the sunbeds and fixed parasols work out quite expensive. 4.80euros a day each.
Sea nice and warm and plenty of amenities around. The shops are very cheap in Sa Coma for food and gifts! Had we of known this before we would of gone self catering. Highly recommend The Brittania on an evening if you're looking to have some fun, the boys work very hard and they have a good quality of entertainment, tribute bands and kareoke. Jugs of Sangria for 9euros and trust me you dont need many!!!
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Towers
5 years 1 month ago
lovely resort,, stayed all inclusive so didnt venture out much.. beach absolutly gorgeous.. give it a go ull love it..
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GYLE
5 years 2 months ago
Sa coma was a very clean resort and the streets were kept very clean bin lorries out every morning early. There wasnt a great deal of entertainment it is a quiet resort for families or couples not for the young and lively. The vaious bars have live entertainment and bingo everynight.

If you are going to sa comma i would recommend you visit the kings head, the brittania and kennas bars the food was lovely in them and the staff really friendly.

The beach was very clean and you could go out very far in the water before it got deep. The beach was cleaned every night.

Sa coma is a lovely resort and it is all on the flat so it would be very suitable for anyone with a disability/ walking difficulties to get around without any problems.
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Margaret
5 years 2 months ago
Sa Coma itself is a bit boring after a few days as there's not much to see really. All the shops are selling much the same thing, but don't let that put you off as you can head to Cala Millor which is probably walkable, although we took the Badia Express Road Train through and this is a much bigger place with much more restaurants, and very very long and gorgeous beach and many many shops. Had we known, we may have gone there earlier and as it was we only went in our second week, and didn't want to go again too soon.
The beach in Sa Coma is very pretty, the sea is a gorgeous colour and it is quite busy. The day we chose to go turned out to be our one morning of cloud and to be honest it was a bit of a dull place to be, but with the sun out, it was perfectly good.
Supermarket wise, there is a small Spar just across the road from the hotel, this has most things you could need including lovely fresh baked bread and croissants. If you need a larger supermarket there is the Eroski, this is a bit like an Asda, it has clothes, toys, gardening stuff along with all the usual groceries. It is on a main road on the way in to Sa Coma and if you walk round by the road it can be a bit of a walk, but luckily we worked out there was a shortcut up the side of the Safari Park hotel, this meant it was no more than 5 mins walk.
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Sue
5 years 2 months ago
Nice quiet resort,a good 20 minutes walk from the complex,but free train running every 30mins.Beach is ok.
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Mrs Thomas
6 years ago
Sa Coma is a nice resort. It has a very long golden sandy beach. It would be ideal for families with children.
The area is fairly flat so is ideal for walking around.
There is plenty of choice for eating out and The Britannia is highly recommended. The food is good and reasonably priced and you get plenty of it.
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Pete
6 years 1 month ago
Nice beach.
Not much to enthrall in resort. Nearby Cala Millor is much nicer with more to see and do. S'Ilott is also much nicer.
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Karen Harper
6 years 1 month ago
We spent a couple of days on the beach, the sea was lovely. Teenagers did the parascending which was 70 euros. Prom nice but crowded with cycles and scooters so you had to watch your step. Ate out every night and especially liked The Kings Head. Beatles and Queen tribute acts were great and there was a good atmosphere. Worth a walk round the bay to S'Illot. Also took a bus to Cala D'Or which was lovely. Definately visit the Castle on the headland, nice walk and the view from the top fantastic. Teenagers went on pony trek from Ranchos Sa Coma, which was great but be prepared to wait around and the owner was quite rude! Overall, really loved the resort so don't just sit around at the pool, go and explore the seafront!
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Mcauley
6 years 1 month ago
short walk to the beautiful beach.lovely white sand. twentyfive min walk to castle which has amazing views.beach can get very busy,but always managed to find a spot to make sandcastles.very continental feel,lots of germans.lots of places to choose from to eat.happy bar,delaneys,chinese and the brittania all provide decent food at fair price.
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