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Holidays in Sa Coma - Mallorca
Sa Coma is located on the east coast of the Balearic Island of Mallorca and lies about 60 kilometres east of the capital Palma de Mallorca and the airport. Book your hire car in advance with TUI Cars. Choose between handy, four-wheel drive SUVs or comfortable cars for the whole family and pick-up your car at the car rental office without a long wait. You can drive to Sa Coma via the Ma-15, which leads you to Manacor and on to your destination. Sa Coma is a good starting point for excursions to the numerous beaches in the area or to destinations like Mancor and the well-known Caves of Drach. Breeze along the coast road in your hire car and experience pure freedom on your way to Sa Coma.
Explore the sights of Sa Coma by car
You can visit many of the attractions of Sa Coma by car. To the north of the town is the safari park – you can drive around the park in your hire car. Free-roaming animals from the African savanna and monkeys can be observed in a natural setting. You can also see predators and elephants in habitat-like enclosures. From the safari park you can continue in your hire car to the Bronze-Age megaliths of Talaiot Na Pol. The complex includes a defensive tower with a few auxiliary buildings and a perimeter wall. A different excursion takes you to the end of the beach promenade to the nature reserve of Punta de n'Amer, where you can visit a castle from 1696 and its small museum. Drive southeast from Sa Coma to the Caves of Drach. The cave system is over 1,700-metres long and inside you can marvel at six lakes, including Llac Martel, Europe's largest underground lake.
Tours around the resort
The TUI Cars insurance package includes fully-comprehensive and excess waiver insurance, so that you can drive without any stress knowing you are in good hands and have covered all contingencies. At TUI Cars, holidaymakers can rely on picking up a high-quality, reliable hire car. So you can relax when making larger excursions in Sa Coma's surroundings. For example, visiting Manacor, where you can stroll through well-kept streets lined with old patrician houses. The Manacor artificial pearl factory is a popular destination – you can even watch the production process live. A trip along the coast towards the north will take you to the resort of Cala Ratjada, visited by tourists from all over the world. In addition to boasting long sandy beaches on the Mediterranean sea, the town is also known for its lively nightlife.