Sa Coma Holiday Villas - the best place for some well earned peace and quiet
A family friendly resort on Mallorca, Sa Coma can offer a great getaway for all the family. Located on the east coast of Mallorca, Sa Coma is a tourist-friendly town which caters for a more sedate kind of visitor than some of the other Mallorcan towns do. Anyone staying in Sa Coma holiday rentals will be impressed by the town's beach. It has around 900 metres of beautifully fine white sand, as well as a traffic-free promenade just behind it, where visitors can enjoy a 'paseo' (stroll) or two of an evening. Pine and palm trees provide shade on the promenade. Visitors can find the usual range of beach facilities on offer, such as sun loungers and umbrellas, while the more adventurous can take a trip out to sea in a pedalo. Water sports such as wind surfing are also on offer.
Treat yourself to Villas in Sa Coma for a Mallorca holiday off the beaten tourist track
Anyone looking for the kind of wild nightlife which many associated with the Balearic Islands should probably avoid booking a stay in some Sa Coma holiday rentals. The nightlife here tends to be much more sedate, with few venues open after midnight. There are some lively bars though if anyone from your party is in the mood for a few drinks, mainly aimed at British ex-pats. Much of the social nightlife of the town revolves around hotels. People staying in Sa Coma holiday rentals might also take a look at the neighbouring town of S'Illot, which still has a very small number of working fishing boats, and a much less tourist orientated infrastructure than Sa Coma. The two towns are joined by a footbridge over a a freshwater lagoon. Situated midway between Sa Coma and Cala Millor is the Punta de n'Amer headland, a protected nature reserve. Local festivals take place throughout the year, providing a nice traditional contrast to much of the other, more modern tourist activity in the area. Another ideal place to enjoy a divine sunny summer holiday is in Montenegro Villas.
Shopping at the local markets is also fun, with some excellent local produce and craftwork on offer. Anyone who has transport and head further away from their Sa Coma villa rentals might also want to visit the two famous sets of caves in the area. The Caves of Ham, discovered in 1905, have strange rock formations and an underground lake. The better known Caves of Drach also have a lake, where musicians play a special concert every hour or so. Sa Coma holiday rentals are a great choice to make for the person who wants to experience a gentler side of Mallorcan life. As a place to relax with the family or friends it is hard to beat. Take a look at the pristine beaches and azure waters of Argeles-sur-Mer Holiday Cottages