News of the day 19 July 2018
News / Latest headlines


British teenager dies as a result of balcony fall

The boy fell from a hotel balcony in Playa de Muro.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tourism minister (and vice-president) Bel Busquets at the conference in Madrid.

Holiday rentals

Airbnb challenge to 300,000 euros fine has been dismissed

Tourism minister Bel Busquets spoke about the need for holiday rentals regulation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Joan Gual, the ports authority president (centre), with university representatives.


Cruise ships less polluting than cars and ferries

The university was commissioned to undertake a survey of air and noise pollution.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Certain restrictions are going to apply to the use of Segways.

Health and safety

Palma to regulate Segway and other vehicle use

Playa de Palma is where problems with these types of vehicle is at its greatest.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Partido Popular demonstrating their love of tourism.


PP accuse government of "tourismphobia"

"We want tourists to feel welcome on an island that has always been so hospitable."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Michael O'Leary, now a Palma property owner.


Ryanair boss lands a choice Palma palace

14.7 million euros, the price paid for the palace.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Tourists in decline

"Tourists to Majorca are simply seen as cash cows."

Edition of 19 July 2018