Since there are not so many people in the beaches yet, I have been able to take some good pictures of Sa Coma Beach, with few people and with the water clean and in calm.
Sa Coma Beach is located in the east of the Island, in the area named like that. It belongs to the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar and has a length of 800 metros, where you´ll be able to enjoy its white sand and crystal clear waters.
The beach has a dock where several ships carrying out excursions around the coast leave continuously, making some stops at several points. In addition, in Sa Coma Beach, you´ll find restaurants, stores, hotels, car and bike renting locals… And even a farm where you´ll be able to ride a horse.
It is a highly frequented beach in summer so much that even sometimes it´s a little bit hard to find a spot to put the towel. The best months to enjoy this beach, and most of the island, are April, May, June, September and October.
If you like walking, then you can take an excursion from the same beach to Torre de N´Amer from where you will be able to take a look at the lovely sights and to take an amazing pictures which you´ll be able to post on Instagram and label with the hashtag #mallorcaisland.
How to get there?
To go to Sa Come Beach, you can go by car, since it has public parking. You can also leave your car at the streets in the area of Sa Coma.
If you come from Palma (the capital city), you take the MA-15 road to the city of Manacor (approximately 48 km). Once there, you must follow the indications to Porto Cristo and then take the MA-4020 (approximately 12 km). Once you arrive at Porto Cristo, you must take the roundabout and then turn on the left up to find the next roundabout, in which you´ll have to take also the first exit on the left (road MA-4023), following the indications of Cala Millor. On that same road, you´ll find around 5 km ahead of you the detour to Sa come on the right. Finally you only have to go all straight on up to reach the sea…You can enjoy both the sun and beach now!
If you decide to go in public transport from Palma instead, you can take the train which leaves every hour to Manacor from la Intermodal train station of the Spain Square, at the centre of Palma. Once you arrive in Manacor (around 70 minutes later) You´ll have to take a bus at the same square of the train station (454 or 412) to Sa Coma.
You can also take a bus at the same Intermodal Train Station from the Spain Square of Palma which will take you to Sa Coma Beach.