The accident occurred at around ten to three this afternoon (Monday).
Water reserves are just 44 per cent at a time when the island is breaking all tourism records and demand for water is at an all-time high.
By 2015 the Balearics were still above the national average of GDP per inhabitant but only by something over 1,000 euros, rather than the more than 4,000 euros in 2000.
A beach was taken over by what was in effect a private party, with large designer umbrellas and their accompanying loungers.
The 247-acre estate originally went on sale two years ago for £41 million but offers for £34 million are now being considered.