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 during your Majorca holiday. 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.