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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sa Coma (translated "valley bottom") is a tourist town on the east coast of the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca in the region ( comarca ) Llevant .

In 2011 it had 3045 inhabitants, 13 of whom lived outside the settlement core. [1] At the beginning of 2018 there were 2548 inhabitants. [2] The locality is part of the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar .

Table of contents
1 location and infrastructure
2 Story
3 Strand
4 Sightseeing features
5 Annual festivals and events
6 Weblinks
7 itemizations
Location and infrastructure
Sa Coma is located 63 km east of Palma and 16 km east of Manacor . It can be reached from the west via the MA-4021 from Manacor, from the south via the Santanyí Coastal Route , passing Porto Cristo and S'Illot . The place belongs to the resort area of ​​Cala Millor . It is well connected by numerous bus connections to the surrounding area. A small mini train connects Sa Coma with the towns of the holiday area. A small shipping dock is located at the southern end of the beach.

During the Battle of Mallorca in August 1936, Sa Coma was a landing point for Republican ships. The headquarters and a hospital were built on the Cases de sa Coma estate. [3] After the victory of the Francoist troops supported by Italian fighter planes, about 500 Republican soldiers were buried in a mass grave under the northern end of Sa Coma beach. [4] [5] At least three other mass graves are believed to be in the area. [6] Since 2017 there have been talks between the government of the Balearic Islands and the Generalitat de Catalunyaabout opening the grave and reburial of the remains as well as the erection of a memorial stone. [7]


Beach View (July 2007)
The sandy beach of Sa Coma extends over a length of 800 meters and has an average width of about 30 meters [8] , sometimes up to 60 meters. It was awarded the Blue Flag for its good water quality . The promenade runs directly behind him, which merges into the waterfront promenade of the smaller tourist town of S'Illot to the south .

The beach is considered not without danger due to undercurrents that are often underestimated. [9]


Talaiot de na Pol
Talaiot Na Pol
This circular talaiot (Spanish: Talayot ), i.e. megalithic defense or watchtower, is located in the north of the town on the corner of Carrer Pomeres and Carrer Roses . These are the remains of a conical building with a diameter of 12.5 metres. The walls are 3.5 meters high and 2 meters wide and were built from large blocks of stone. A number of outbuildings adjoin the main talaiot in a honeycomb manner and are surrounded by an arcuate perimeter wall. In the lower area there is a converted natural cave whose function could not be clarified. [10]

This is located on a 40-hectare site in the north of the town. It can be driven through with your own vehicle or one of the park's vehicles. Mostly African steppe animals and monkeys can be seen in the wild. An integrated small zoo also houses enclosures for predators, elephants, monkeys and other animals. There is a restaurant and two small show stages.

Castle of Sa Punta de n'Amer
Point of n'Amer
The approximately 200-hectare peninsula of Punta de n'Amer is a nature reserve and is directly north of the town at the end of the beach promenade. This landscape can be explored on numerous small paths. The Castell , built in 1696 and once used to protect against pirates, is open to the public with free admission. It houses a small museum and serves as a viewpoint over Son Servera Bay .
Talaiotic settlement of S'Illot
Remains of the period from about 1100 BC. A settlement of the Talayotic culture dating back to the 5th century BC can be found in the neighboring town of S'Illot to the south .
Caves of the Dragon
The large walk-in stalactite cave system Coves del Drac ( dragon caves ) is located about nine kilometers south-east of Sa Coma near Portocristo. It stretches over 1700 meters and has six lakes. The Llac Martel is Europe's largest underground lake. Concerts are regularly held inside the cave.
Minigolf "Paradis"
In addition to other sports and leisure facilities, Sa Coma also has the “Paradis” mini golf course . It is set in a large park with palm trees, other exotic plants and artificial waterfalls and is located behind the hotel "Safari Park".
Annual festivals and events
The Fiestas Patronales de Santa Maria de Sa Coma are held annually around September 16th.
The Fiestas del Turista were born with the intention of extending the summer tourist season and are held annually around the last weekend of September in S'Illot, Cala Millor and Sa Coma.
The Mallorca Smooth Jazz Festival takes place annually in Sa Coma at the end of April / beginning of May.
Web Links
Commons : Sa Coma - Album with pictures, videos and audio files
German-language website of the Tourism Association of the Municipalities and Hoteliers of Cala Millor - Sa Coma
Population statistics for Sa Coma from the Spanish National Institute of Statistics (INE) retrieved 16 December 2012 (English/Spanish).
Auswertung (english) des Institut d'Estadistica de les Illes de Balears (IBESTAT), under „Population“ mit Historie
Fighting and Dying in Sa Coma. September 1, 2011, retrieved December 30, 2020 .
When the Nazis conquered Mallorca . In: The Covenant . ISSN 0774-6156 ( [accessed 30 December 2020]).
Catalonia and Balearic Islands to open grave where 500 soldiers would have been buried. 13 February 2020, received 30 December 2020 (Spanish).
The Balearic Government and the Generalitat reactivate the opening of the sa Coma pit postponed by 155. 14. February 2020, abgerufen am 30. December 2020 (englisch).
writing/efe sa coma: Government and Generalitat meet today to address the opening of the sa Coma pit. 14. February 2020, open at 30. December 2020 (english).
Data sheet from the local tourism association
Mallorca: Fatal swimming accidents raise safety concerns. In: Mirror Online . September 16, 2009, retrieved June 9, 2018 . Dangers on the beach by Heike Vowinkel in "Welt am Sonntag" on August 10, 2003, retrieved on December 31, 2019
Gabriel Pons i Homar: Archäologische Wege: S'Illot–Sa Coma . Führer und geschichtliche Einleitung. Town Hall of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Sant Llorenç des Cardassar 1994, Na Pol, S. 14–15 ( digital copy [PDF; 455 kB ; accessed September 3, 2016]).