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Sa Coma is a town on the east coast of Mallorca close to the towns of Cala Millor and Cala Bona. Its main industry is tourism, and you will understand why when you see its stretches of golden sandy beaches and the variety of bars and restaurants that cater for English, German and Spanish tastes. It is a very family orientated resort with plenty of entertainment.
In the daytime the beach tends to be very busy. In the evenings and into the night Sa Coma comes alive with several nightclubs and bars that are open most of the night.
There are also the glass-bottomed boats to take a trip on which will amaze whoever ventures out on them, and other boat trips that will take you to see many of the coves of Mallorca. Some of the coves are only accessible by boat, and a leisurely sail around the coastline of Mallorca will take you to see places you will otherwise miss.
The English seem particularly attracted to Sa Coma, and if you are staying in this area in your luxury Balearic Villas property, it is handy to know the local supermarkets import a range of English goods, as well as catering for the German visitors as well.
Just a few kilometers inland you will find Manacor, the birthplace of the Mallorcan pearl industry, as well as being famous for the furniture manufactured there. The church in Manacor was built on the site of a mosque and has a similar type of tower that can be seen for miles. It houses a statue of Jesus in a skirt with messed up hair, which pilgrims visit to kiss the feet.
It is also the birthplace of international tennis star Rafael Nadal, who still has a home there.
On Monday mornings, Manacor hosts one of the largest and busiest markets on the island. On sale you will see pottery, jewellery, clothes, freshly baked bread and fresh local produce among other things. Real bargains can be found in Mallorcan markets, particularly if you are prepared to haggle with the stallholders. Just remember, they are all morning markets that tend to start closing around lunchtime.
About 40 minutes to the south of Manacor you will reach Felanitx, where there is another great market, this time on a Sunday morning. Felanitx is famous for its wines and brandy, much of which is exported to France. It is also well known for an annual childrens dance involving eight children that were traditionally all boys. Seven of them dance in a circle around the eighth child who waves a handkerchief to match the beat of the music. These days, the centre child is usually a girl, no matter what their sex, the child in the centre has to wear a dress.
At Balearic Villas, our multilingual expert villa advisors will assist you in finding which part of the island best suits your needs. We have over 800 properties to choose from, all handpicked to ensure the highest standards are met. We have more than 15 years experience in holiday villa rentals on Mallorca and the other Balearic Isles, experience that makes sure you get the best available service when organising your Balearic Isles holiday.
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