Sa Coma is located along the east coast of Majorca with its neighbour, S'illot, making them part of the sistrict of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. The transfer times take around 1 and a half hours and public transport in the area is not very good. The resort is actually purpose-built for tourists and there is now a great selection of accommodation, bars and restaurants for people to choose from. There are plenty of 4* hotels for you to choose from in the resort so you can have a very nice, relaxing, luxurious holiday.
The long sandy beach is home to many watersports including scuba diving, windsurfing and snorkelling. There are also pedalos for you to hire on the beach which tend to be popular among families. There are many activities available to keep the children occupied such as mini solf, go-karting, horse-riding and bowling whereas the adults can enjoy some tennis and mountain-biking.
There are plenty of special events occuring in Sa Coma such as it is located on the east coast which is home to many fiestas and festivals. There are over 10 bars to keep you occupied of an evevning, including sports bars, karaoke bars, music bars, a poker bar, and typical English bars. There are also around 8 restaurants offering various different cuisines to you. These include Indian, Italian, American and English. There is only one disco in the resort but there are many clubs that stay open until 5 or 6am playing, Spanish, English and other well-known music
The weather during the summer months is bright and very hot so it is definitely recommended to get air conditioning in your accommodation room. During the winter months it is stil fairly mild and there is some rainfall, but this tends to fall between november and february. The hottest months are July and August, but these are also the busiest. Temperatures rarely fall below 10°C even in Winter and the temperatures can also soar to 30°C in the summer months.