Accessible Destinations Mallorca
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Sa Coma is one of the most-sold resorts for the less able, due to it having a range of different accommodations available plus a long, flat promenade.
It is a resort that appeals to a slightly more mature crowd as well as families and couples, and offers a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. The beach has Blue Flag status and provides golden sand as well as a traffic-free promenade.
With its seven-mile stretch of golden beach and plenty of shops, bars, cafés and restaurants to choose from, Alcudia appeals to a wide variety of tastes.
Food is a popular aspect of visiting Alcudia, and no holiday would be complete without trying the ratatouille and potatoes dish called Tumbet, the Coca pizza, and Lechona, which is roasted suckling pig. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy locally caught fish. The area’s nightlife is also an attractive draw for anyone who enjoys relaxed watering holes or even lively nightclubs.
With its fine sandy beaches and attractive surroundings, Santa Ponsa is one of the prettiest resorts on the southwest coast of Mallorca.
Santa Ponsa evolved from a quaint fishing village into a vibrant family accessible holiday resort that offers good cheer, a wide and sandy beach, a number of Celtic themed bars, a selection of international restaurants and lashings of natural beauty.