What's on in Majorca on Tuesday / Wednesday
Sa Pobla celebrates Sant Antoni today with a procession at 7pm.
Hotels delaying opening until May because of falling demand
The earlier Easter means that hoteliers aren’t willing to risk having a few days in April when they have occupancy but will be mostly empty for the rest of the month.
Calvia urged to enforce Magalluf “excesses” bylaw
The forum will be used to press for greater limitations on alcohol promotions and for a moratorium on shops that currently have these promotions.
Palma to introduce bus payment by phone
The integration of EMT anf TIB fares will mean more benefits from using the citizens’ card, while payment for buses using phones will be possible.
Official start of the January Sales
Eight years ago the government lifted the restrictions on sales seasons and they have become more widespread throughout the year.
Spain's Sanchez wins investiture vote, will lead coalition government
Coalition with Podemos ends months of gridlock.
Hoteliers hedging their bets
They are at it again, hoteliers that is, but they could be making the wrong move.
Spain today is the single largest European avocado producer, and exports to many countries.
Gardening in Majorca
One topic I rarely mention about gardening are those plants that can be poisonous.
Nan's Day Out
Nan’s Christmas Day Out
St John’s church is one of the most popular wedding venues in Majorca.
Blundering response to Aussie bush fires
So far the fires have destroyed an estimated 5.9 hectares in New South Wales and parts of Victoria, an area bigger than Denmark or Holland and three times the size of Wales.