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Sa Coma Beach, East Mallorca

Blue Flag white sandy beach on the east coast of Majorca

Sa Coma is a large and popular beach situated five kilometres from Porto Cristo in the east of Majorca. Another resort beach, it is in a fairly built up area which means it is very busy during peak times. 

The beach is 800 metres long and 30 metres deep. It is made from wonderful fine white sand, and the sea is clear and shallow. If you are lucky, you may be able to spot dolphins off the coast. You can rent sun loungers and parasols, and there are toilets and lifeguards are on duty.

There is a promenade behind the beach which protects it from excessive traffic noise and pollution. There are many (mainly British) restaurants, bars and cafes on the promenade. Car parking is available and access is also possible by Mallorca's public bus service.

Good for – families.

Water Safety & Clarity

The sea here is clear and shallow making it ideal for younger children and less adventurous swimmers. There are lifeguards on duty on this beach in the busy summer months.

Beach Quality

Fine white sand.

Watersports Nearby

You can indulge in watersports here, it's good for diving and windsurfing.

To the north end of the beach, where the resort stops, you'll find the protected natural area of Punta de n'Amer. This rugged headland is a good place to escape the crowds and explore the coastline, but there is no beach as such.

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Map of the surrounding area