Sa Coma is a large and popular beach situated five kilometres from Porto Cristo in the east of Mallorca. The beach is 800 metres long and 30 metres deep. It is made from wonderful fine white sand, and the sea is clear and shallow. If you are lucky, you may be able to spot dolphins off the coast.

The beachfront has it all, horses and carts for travelling around the town in traditional style whilst enjoying the view of this unspoilt town. Segway and E-bikes are also available for exploring Sa Coma.




Sa Font de Sa Cala, was situated round the corner from where we were staying in S’illot (minutes walk). The nature reserve park leads you to the fort. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles which you will pass horses and donkeys walking around as well as cyclists and hikers. For great photos and and a perfect place to meditate you can walk via the seafront route, where you will spot endless coves and the most tranquil scenes you wouldn’t expect. Its a hidden treasure. As you reach the top of the the nature reserve you will arrive at a posh, leafy district where one mansion follows the next.  Indeed, the dimension is rather dapper but therefore very well-kept and quiet, we could calmly enjoy our coffee at the beach bar.                                                                                                                                                    The was an excursion highly recommended by Toni (Director Click-Mallorca).                                                                                                                                        Here we followed the route through the caves, marvelling as each cavern gets bigger and more impressive as you progress. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the classical music concert inside the Caves of Drach and to cross Lake Martel in a small wooden boat which is an experience unique in the world (included in the price). Lake Martel is one of the largest subterranean lakes in the world.                                                                                                                                                     

Following the Cave of Drach tour, Toni took us for a short visit to the pearl factory of Majorica where we had the opportunity to see the manufacturing process and learn the history of this emblematic Majorcan company.The Majorica pearl is made of an opaline crystal nucleus coated in multiple fine layers with the “pearl essence”, an extract obtained from the Majorica secret processing technique of natural organic elements of the Mediterranean Sea. Its complex formula reproduces the iridescence, beauty, resistance and perfection of the finest natural pearls.

After being polished and hand-selected one by one, the Majorica pearl is specially treated to protect it from external aggressions such as perfume and shocks, achieving unique levels of quality and resistance. All their pearls have a 10-year warranty.

This jeweller offers quality craftsmanship. Jewellery is designed and assembled by Majorica are made with 925 sterling silver or 18-karat gold. Pearls are double knotted by hand. Their popular brand can now be found in more than 100 countries worldwide. ( The VLOG above will show you inside the store).

Segway Palma & E-Bikes Palma

Segway Palma provided us with seaways as we wanted to see as much as possible in Palma. This was a sightseeing tour through the old town, whilst enjoying the sun and sea breezes as we hovered along the promenade to Portitxol. There is so many fascinating secrets of the old city combined with panoramic views of the coastline will make this trip unforgettable. That Afternoon Esteban (Segway Palma) had given us E-Bikes to tour the city. This excursion completed my travel blog as it was not just a fun experience but visually amazing.

segway palma 

Mathew Parr




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