Sink your toes into the smooth grains of Sa Coma, brushed by warm shallows. Hire a pedalo, or try your hand at windsurfing or waterskiing. Along the seafront, a tree-lined promenade runs the length of the resort, and offers shade and postcard-ready photo spots, with a footbridge leading over the lagoon.
Parks, putting, and more
Opt for 18-hole mini golf set in lush tropical gardens, or head out on a pony ride. This is an ever-active retreat. There’s even Auto Safari Zoo, a 4km circuit where you can drive in your own car or take a mini train to see wildlife like mischievous monkeys, giraffes, and elephants.
Time to dine
It’s all about local cuisine and international feasts here in Sa Coma. But in the evenings, there’s a variety of entertainment in lively bars. Although Sa Coma isn't totally renowned for its late-night spots, make a beeline for Magalluf and pay a visit to bass-filled clubs, neon-lit bars and cool after-dark scenes.