News of the day 24 June 2020
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Bellver Forest, Palma.


Good Morning from Majorca

Very hot and sunny in Majorca on Wednesday, grab your suntan lotion and head for the beach! To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.

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Retailers are gearing up for the summer sales.


Bargains Galore!

It's been one of the worst years on record in the Retail Sector because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Airline ticket prices soar by more than 50%.


Balearic flight prices more than double!

Airlines cash in on demand for flights now that the coronavirus lockdown is over.

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Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma


Brits can fly to 10 European countries next week

British tourists will be able to fly to 10 countries, including Spain from July 4

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Vintage Soller Train.


All Aboard!

Passengers can take the Vintage train from Palma to Soller from Thursday, June 25.

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Customers drifting back to the gym slowly.


Gym attendance down by almost half

Gym owners in Majorca say customers are drifting back slowly.

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Police monitor closed beaches in Palma.


Sant Joan celebrations muted

No major incidents during Sant Joan celebrations in Palma.

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Work on the wall in Cala Ratjada.


Temporary halt to Cala Ratjada promenade work

The Costas Authority has responded to the work having been denounced by environmentalists GOB.

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Pullmantur ships have regularly stopped over in Palma.

Cruise tourism

Pullmantur Cruises files for bankruptcy

Pullmantur operated three ships - Horizon, Monarch, and Sovereign.

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King Felipe and Queen Letizia were in the Canaries on Tuesday.

Royal family

King and Queen in Majorca on Thursday

King Felipe and Queen Letizia are conducting a tour of Spain's regions.

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Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma


Brits Abroad from July 4

British Government poised to confirm Air Corridors with 10 European countries, including Spain.

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There is a Palma town hall prohibition of holiday rental apartments.

Holiday rentals

Around 300 Palma holiday rental apartments available on Airbnb

A Balearic government fine imposed on Airbnb was recently annulled by the Balearic High Court.

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Junípero Serra Statue in Petra.


Anger over Junípero Serra statue

Head of Junípero Serra statue in Petra covered with plastic bag.

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Magalluf beach, Majorca.


Heatwave forecast in Spain

Majorca will be very hot and sunny for the next few days and temperatures will soar at the weekend.

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Testing for coronavirus in Minorca.


Second couple return to Minorca and test positive

The second couple had travelled from the US.

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Air bridges are a “massive” priority for the government.


UK government to say more about coronavirus 'air bridges' on June 29

Britons hoping to go on holiday and airlines are putting pressure on the government.


News / Comment


Changing times

“Perhaps the local government should consider economic change...”

Jason Moore


Stop blaming tourists

Gridlock and packed beaches, it’s not the tourists’ fault this time...

Humphrey Carter

Edition of 24 June 2020