The tourism ministry says that the inspections will focus on hotels that are offering places that they shouldn't be, on the offer of all-inclusive without authorisation, and on illegal holiday rentals.
This is the second fatal accident on the road in the space of a few days. On 23 November, a 43-year-old man lost his life.
The police believe that the arrested woman and others have resumed their activities following the expiry of a court restriction order that had applied to various parts of Palma.
"As this is a tourist area and there are still cruise ships coming in, I do feel that this adversely affects their vision of Palma."
Municipal projects to be funded by the Council of Majorca next year will be worth a total of 30 million euros.