News of the day 22 June 2020
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Miguel Fluxà of Iberostar addressing those attending Sunday's conference.


Majorca is ready for holidays to be taken safely

The messages at a Sunday conference of German tourism industry representatives stressed that Majorca and the Balearics are safe for holidaymakers.

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Mondragó Nature Reserve, Majorca.


Good Morning from Majorca

Hot and sunny in Majorca today with very strong winds in some places. To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.

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Passengers arriving at the airport on Sunday.


Tourist accommodation gradually reopening in Minorca

International flights are not expected in any number until the start of July.

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Tui UK preparing holidays in Majorca in July.


Tui UK preparing for July 11 Majorca holidays start date

Tui UK is confident that the UK quarantine requirement will have been lifted by July 11.

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3 detained in Can Valero and more arrests expected.


Three arrested for allegedly beating a girl

Police say more arrests are expected in the coming days.

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Junípero Serra Statue destroyed.


2 Statues of Majorcan Saint demolished

Shock and condemnation over the destruction of two statues of Majorcan Saint in California.

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The statue is by the Sant Francesc Basilica.


Juniper Serra's statue in Palma is vandalised

Activists in Majorca are calling for the removal of statues of the Petra-born saint.

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Bike lane and pedestrian area of the Paseo Marítimo to be widened.


More traffic changes on the Paseo Marítimo

Parking spaces being removed from the Paseo Marítimo in Palma.

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Playa de Can Pere Antoni, Palma.


Here comes summer...

Palma beaches were full on Sunday as the mercury hit 30 degrees.

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Tourists arriving in Palma.


More personnel needed for port and airport health controls

The association for exterior health service employees believes that there are insufficent numbers of doctors for tourist health controls.

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Mick Jagger on stage with the Rolling Stones.


A piece of Rock 'n' Roll History

A car that once belonged to Mick Jagger has been fully restored by a cook in Majorca.

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Woman needs hospital treatment after cat attack.

Animal Welfare

Claws Out!!

Cat goes crazy and attacks a Grandmother, mother and daughter.

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Playgrounds have been disinfected.


Palma's playgrounds reopen

There are 177 children's playgrounds in Palma.

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Mountain shelters closed until September 1.


No shelter for hikers until September

Hikers won't be able to stay at the mountain shelters in Majorca until September 1 at the earliest.

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Tourism minister Iago Negueruela in parliament recently.


Certain tourist offers and activities will be "clamped down on"

The government is "clear" about applying the tourism of excesses decree.

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Representatives from Germany's tourism industry discussed the recovery from crisis on Sunday.


Majorca is the preferred destination for German holidaymakers

Prices and recovery from the crisis were on the agenda at Sunday's gathering of German tourism industry leaders.

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2 Covid-19 deaths in the Balearic Islands.


Two more Covid-19 deaths

2 Covid-19 fatalities confirmed in the Balearic Islands on Monday.

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Day at the beach


Crystal clear in Magalluf

At this time of the year Magalluf is usually packed….but not this year.

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Today's temperatures


All you need to know about the weather in Majorca

Summer is here and so are the rising temperatures!

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News / Comment



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Edition of 21 June 2020