News of the day 10 August 2017
News / Latest headlines
Tourists who have made bookings could well find that they are cancelled.

Holiday rentals

Owners start to cancel apartment rental bookings

The Aptur holiday rentals association has advised members to take down adverts immediately.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Arran protest in Palma.


Arran protest leader to be fined 1,200 euros

The fine is for unauthorised protest and use of pyrotechnic items. Meanwhile, the state attorney-general is getting involved in the anti-tourism protests.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The JoyRon Foundation undertook the 48 kilometre walk from Palma to Lluc.


JoyRon Foundation team completes the Palma to Lluc Walk

The JoyRon Foundation anticipates having raised some 1,750 euros from the walk.

Illetes in Calvia.


Calvia part of new national tourism lobby group

Calvia is part of an association that also includes Benidorm and Torremolinos.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Cloudy weather? Only one thing to do. Go to Palma.


Palma packed out because of cloudy weather

Palma police activated their "Operación Nube" (Operation Cloud) to try and deal with the traffic.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Not coming back

This summer’s airport chaos, price hikes, tourist tax are turning people away.

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Other Sports
Agreements signed for next year's tournaments.


Calvia renews football and rugby tournament agreements

The tournaments will take place in Santa Ponsa and Magalluf in May.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 10 August 2017