Desperate times in Magalluf
Tourists are revitalising areas like Playa de Palma, which are absorbing 60% of German tourism.
Celebrations in Mallorca on first night of freedom
The Balearic Government says it respects the Supreme Court ruling but recommends following its own rules.
Ryanair CEO sees unrestricted UK-European travel from July
The chief executive of airline Ryanair takes an optimistic position despite Britain's move to further limit travel on Thursday.
Intensifying promotion campaigns following UK travel review
The hope now is that the situation with UK travel will change towards the end of the month.
Palma teacher jailed for abusing students
The teacher was suspended in January 2018, when the allegations were made and was arrested in Palma a few days later.
Balearics "the fourth most expensive region" in Spain
Behind Madrid, Catalonia and the Basque Country.
Spain to vaccinate school kids two weeks before term starts
Spain is progressively working its way through age groups and is now focusing on people aged 50-59.
Court ruling opens the way to complete Arta-Lluc hiking route
The troublesome stretch that remains is between Can Picafort and Inca.
Fishermen "strike" in protest against EU plan
Fear of the disappearance of fishing, "as we know it".
Balearics coronavirus figures for Friday
Nineteen fewer new cases than on Thursday.
Let's get this street party started: the week in Mallorca
Curfew gone, social gatherings limits annulled; the party was on. Meanwhile, the traffic lights were stuck.
Silences for 21-year-old woman murdered in Ibiza
The 21-year-old woman was thrown from a fourth-floor balcony.
Viewpoint: Think five star Mallorca
The local government wants quality tourism, so make it easier for top end clients.
Frank Talking: When this is all over - Let's learn the lessons
Do we really understand how Covid has changed the order-of-things in our lives for now - and in the future?
My column: Donald Trelford
Donald Trelford's column on his shameful secret and how to lose three cars in three days
The Blog: Cruise ships - Are we bothered?
Not bothered? Maybe, but the importance in general terms means that we have to be.
Successful start on the first day of Palma International Boat Show
The fair includes the Palma Superyacht Show, the exhibition of large yachts with lengths over 24 metres.
2nd Edition eMallorca Challenge now underway
"The second edition of the eMallorca Challeng in Inca includes two very important events; the mobility challenge and the forum at Fàbrica Ramis."
The week in tourism: Mallorca has done its tourism homework - And the marks are?
Is Mallorca ready to face the challenges of the upcoming tourist season?
Get ready for the Port Adriano Music Festival
The Port Adriano Mallorca Festival is sponsored by the Balearic Islands Tourism Strategy Agency, with the collaboration of Melia Hotels & Resorts, Transfer Class, Brugal and Coca Cola.
Where to eat out in Mallorca this weekend!
Bars and restaurants are now open with less restrictions, life is slowly returning to normal.
If we can’t live longer, then can we live better?
In his book, ‘LifeSpan: Why We Age- and Why We Don’t Have To’ Dr Sinclair says that ageing isn’t a natural biological process.
Ultima Hora presents the marine life of the Balearic Sea
Gathering as many reference images as possible, such as photographs or videos, makes it easier to get as close to reality as we can.
Films in English for Friday 4 to Thursday June 10
The latest releases to be showing at Palma and Marratxi starting this weekend.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for June 5
So what is in store for the weekend? Rain or sunshine? Whether you're off to work or meeting friends for lunch, check the weather before you leave home, by clicking here.
News from Queen’s College
The Nursery children have been learning about “people who help us”.
Spanish teenager Alcaraz eases into French Open third round
World number 97 Alcaraz is the youngest player in the top 100 of the ATP rankings.
Viewpoint: Top yachts
“The Balearics has a very important nautical industry, the envy of many...”