News of the day 25 July 2017
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Biel Barceló and Mercedes Garrido outlining the Council of Majorca's plan for tourist areas.


No more tourist accommodation places in six resort areas of Majorca

Magalluf, Playa de Palma, Cala Millor are among the six resort areas. There will be no additional hotel or holiday rentals' places.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Joan Miralles of Aptur speaking yesterday about the need for a holiday rentals' pact.

Holiday rentals

Aptur wants holiday rentals' pact without Podemos

Joan Miralles of Aptur: "Above all, we are asking for responsibility and foresight from all those involved."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Queuing for the Cathedral ticket office.


Tourist arrested over Palma Cathedral ticket-office incident

The tourist shook the ticket clerk and told her that she couldn't speak English properly.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Princess Elena's son, Froilán, at the Alcudia Wake Park.

Royal Family

Queen Mother watches wakeboarding in Alcudia

King Felipe's nephews and nieces went to Alcudia's Wake Park on Monday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Ambassador Simon Manley, in an open letter to UK citizens in Spain, says that negotiations on citizens' rights are progressing well.


British ambassador on Brexit citizens' rights issues

"We have taken a big step forward. There is a much clearer understanding on the detail of the positions on both sides and significant convergence on the key issues that really matter to citizens."

Simon Manley

News / Comment


Too many tourists

We must remember that tourism is king; without tourism we are nothing.

Jason Moore

Edition of 25 July 2017