The seaside resort of Sa Coma is one of the most popular destinations on the east coast of the island Mallorca. It is situated on a bay and offers holidaymakers a beautiful and well-kept sandy beach. Sa Coma, with its hotel buildings and beach promenade, gave the impression of a modern holiday resort that is increasingly merging with the well-known tourist centre Cala Millor.
Many holidaymakers who choose Sa Coma as their location in Mallorca hire a rental car. It can be picked up upon arrival in Spain directly at Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). A good hour's drive by rental car is required for the almost 70 km from the island's capital to Sa Coma. The tour in a rental car takes you across the island, where travellers gain a variety of impressions of the Mallorcan landscape.
Start your trip prepared and book a car that suits your needs easy in advance. The best thing to do is to choose a suitable and inexpensive rental car for your stay in Sa Coma from a practical online price comparison before you start your journey. Enter your desired travel data, insurance benefits and tank regulations in the search mask and select the best offer for you. Benefit from our certified safety guarantee and the wide range of different vehicle categories. Many holidaymakers prefer an agile small car, which can also master trips to the mountainous regions of Mallorca.
Relaxing on the beach, doing water sports and eating, drinking and dancing in the evening with a view of the Mediterranean Sea in a relaxed holiday atmosphere - these are the favourite activities of many tourists in Sa Coma. But the holiday island Mallorca offers many scenic attractions and interesting destinations. Therefore it is recommended to have a rental car at your disposal. If, for example, you want to go diving or golfing in another place, it is best to book a rental car. You can choose from a large selection of different vehicle categories: Be it a cabrio, off-road vehicle or family vehicle, with the online price comparison you will always find the best offer for you.
Mallorca is known for its beautiful hiking and cycling trails, but in the high season during the months of July and August the thermometer often rises well above 30 degrees celcius. For this reason, many holidaymakers prefer to explore the island by rental car, which also takes them from the airport to their accommodation and back. Although the large hotels offer their own shuttle service between the airport and the hotel, many guests prefer to have their own car. For the very reason that they independently visit the many sights Mallorca has to offer. The prices for organised tours such as sightseeing tours are quite expensive.
Sa Coma is a good starting point to discover the rest of the island. North of the peninsula of Artá and Cala Mesquida are some very well known holiday resorts and traditional cities, which are worth seeing. These include Can Picafort, Alcúdia and Port de Pollença. High in the northeast is a natural beauty that every holidaymaker on Mallorca should see: the Cap Formentor. In order to reach this spectacular viewpoint, it is necessary to master a drive on a serpentine road in your rental car. But the little thrill is worth it as soon as one of the most beautiful panoramas of Spain unfolds before the amazed eyes of holidaymakers. Afterwards you can drive your car to one of the beautiful and lively beaches in the area.
As scenic pearls in the northeast of the island, the Playa de Muro the natural beach of Son Serra de Marina are appreciated by locals and holiday guests for swimming, sunbathing and picnics. Another destination that can be easily reached by rental car from Sa Coma is the nature park "S'Albufera" not far from Port d'Alcúdia. This beautiful protected area is considered the most important wetland of the Balearic Islands and has a high ecological value. If you plan to explore even more of Mallorca during your holiday in Sa Coma, it's always also an option to rent a car for just a couple days. But don't forget to safe money by comparing the prices with a local car rental company online.
There are many options for an eventful change of location during your stay in Sa Coma. In one of the most frequented holiday regions in all of Spain, there are a number of seaside resorts worth seeing, each of which scores with its very own charm. Once the rental car is ready to go, a spontaneous trip to the surroundings south of Sa Coma is also possible. In just under ten minutes holidaymakers can reach the former fishing village Porto Cristo in their rental car. Also known as "Es Porto", this popular tourist resort has a natural harbour at Cala Manacor.
Three stalactite caves are among the attractions around Porto Cristo: the "Coves del Drac", the "Coves dels Harms" and the "White Caves" (Coves Blanques) not far from the beach of the popular seaside resort.
If you book a cheap rental car with a car rental company, you should not miss the opportunity to visit a special highlight among the cultural sights in the southeast of the island. The monastery "Santuari de Sant Salvador", founded in 1342, can be reached via a serpentine road and is located on the 509 meter high "Puig de Sant Salvador". Other attractions of the monastery complex are a seven-metre-high statue of Christ, an imposing stone cross and the Christ the King Monument built in 1934. Things are calmer between Portopetro and Cala Figuera. Here the "Parc natural de Mondragó" expands and includes dunes, cliffs, forests, agricultural land and hills. The beaches "Caló des Borgit", "Ses Fonts de n'Alís" and "S'Amarador" also belong to the area that is worth a visit if you have a rental car.
Holidaymakers in Sa Coma often visit the safari zoo "Reserva Africa" on the road to Portpetro. With a rental car it is also possible to go to more distant destinations on the island, thanks to the good infrastructure, before returning to Palma de Mallorca airport at the end of the holiday. The farewell from the island can be sweetened with a long stroll through the island metropolis Palma de Mallorca, over which the impressive cathedral Sa Seu towers. In Palma, parking your rental car in a parking garage and getting to know the old town and the promenade along the wide bay on foot is an explicit recommendation.
Between Port d'Andratx in the west and Port de Pollença in the east runs one of the real dream roads that can be used in Spain. The mountain range "Serra de Tramuntana", which runs parallel to the Mediterranean coast, is over 90 kilometres long with the 1,445 metre high "Puig Major" and the monastery Lluc with the Black Madonna, worshipped by the Mallorcans as patron saint. If the rental car can be booked for a few days or for the entire holiday period, it is also worth taking a detour to the beautiful towns and villages in the Tramuntana. Sóller and Port de Sóller, Bunyola, Deià and Fornalutx are among the targets not to be missed. The gardens of Alfàbia, just behind the tunnel between Sóller and Palma, are also a must for nature lovers on the list of excursion destinations on Mallorca.