Sa Coma is a tourist resort which runs along the beach of the same name on the coast within the municipal district of Sant Llorenç on Mallorca´s east. The only section of this coastline which remains undeveloped starts with the natural area of the peninsula of Sa Punta de n´Amer, which separates Sa Coma from Cala Millor. Whilst the peninsula separates the two resorts along the coast, they practically join together inland. Holiday homes and apartment blocks predominate here and these make up the majority of the accommodation options, as there are few hotels.
There is a wide range of bars and restaurants, as well as a large supermarket, many tennis courts, a small golf course and a thalassotherapy centre.
Sa Coma beach is 900m long and 60m wide, with fine white sand. There is a promenade which runs along the length of the beach and which enjoys the shade of palm and pine trees.
Services: bars and restaurants; lifeguards; sun loungers, pedal boats and parasols for hire.