Sa Coma (East)
Sa Coma is a small locality in the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar which is excellent for a family or couple's holiday, it is characterised by tourism and is located a few kilometres from Cala Millor. The main attraction in Sa Coma is the white sandy beach and the crystal clear waters, this beach is recognised as a Blue Flag beach. With the beautiful sandy beach of Sa Coma and the other two sandy beaches close by, in Cala Millor and S'Illot, sun worshippers have good options at hand. In the north of Sa Coma, in Cala Bona, there is a small marina where you can take your yacht, and there is also a harbour with moorings in Porto Cristo. On the main shopping street there are supermarkets, pharmacies, some restaurants and bars, including an Irish pub. If you want to be more active, there are some exciting attractions for young and old in the surrounding area, such as the world famous stalactite caves "Coves del Drac" and "Coves del Hams", which are only about ten kilometres away. In the village adjacent to Sa Coma, S'Illot even has a well-preserved Talaiot settlement which can also be visited and is considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites of the Balearic Islands.