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.Read More
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.