British veto forces hotels in Mallorca to delay opening
"We are confident that the second emitting market for the Islands will be reactivated at the end of June.."
Balearic Airport traffic increasing
2,360 flights are due to take off or land at Balearic Airports this weekend.
Germans choosing the Balearics over other Mediterranean hotspots
"The slow de-escalation promoted by the Government in recent weeks has resulted in the Balearic Islands having the second best incidence rate in Spain.."
Càritas helped more than 11,000 people in Mallorca last year
Demand rose by 30% compared to 2019, forcing Càritas to cope with an extra 2,568 people.
Hotels and airlines promoting Mallorca to national tourists
Demand for Mallorca among Spanish tourists is said to be "very high".
Ciudad Jardín becoming like a motorhome "shanty town"
Residents complain of the "degradation of the neighbourhood".
Palma police deal with more illegal street parties
There were five "macrobotellones" in Palma.
Spotlight North: Two hundred years of the potato in Sa Pobla
British influence in Minorca was responsible up to a point.
Spotlight North: Can Picafort pool to become a square
The Mar y Paz pool in Can Picafort has in effect been illegal since 1995.
Spotlight North: Sharing the history of Pollensa’s tourism
This work of Pollensa journalism has certainly not neglected the close British association with Pollensa.
Spotlight North: Buger - a village with no socialists
The shenanigans at Buger town hall will result in the dissolution of the PSOE municipal group.
Spotlight North: Protesting fishermen of Pollensa and Alcudia Bay
The president of the fishermen’s federation of brotherhoods, appeared before the Balearic parliament’s economy committee on Thursday.
Cooking for a healthier Mallorca
The American Chef in Mallorca, Jeff Harter, is working on a new post-Covid project after having recovered from the virus.
Hollywood comes to the Palma Boat Show
"They are staying at their home between Valldemossa and Deya....."
Workers from the mainland reactivating rental market
Seasonal workers are not experiencing previous problems with finding places to rent.
Summer mass vaccination, but a shortage of nurses
The vaccination rate is increasing, but nurses need their summer holidays.
Increased demand for hire cars, but supply remains a problem
A shortage of new cars, and prices have shot up.
“The European Union announcement this week that British tourists were barred”
Honey season in Mallorca won't be as sweet as last year
“Bees should be admired because they only live for a month and a half and during that time they never stop working.."
The Balearic authorities visit the Palma International Boat Show
Armengol values the yachting industry as a "strategic sector" for the government "to diversify and deseasonalize the economy"
Perfect Moment for Palma’s nautical events
New-build shipyards are said to be fully booked, with a waiting list.
The future for the refit industry in Mallorca looks bright
After the initial shock of the COVID-19 lockdown last year, many of the yachting businesses have seen a great deal of activity.
Sailing ahead for charity in Mallorca
Please swing by the container to say hi even if you don’t have a bag of donations with you. We would love to see you!
Balearic Helicopters is offering the ultimate high life...!
Owner, Captain Jonny Greenall is now ready to take off into the post-Covid era.
The restaurant review: An incredible choice on this €15.50 menú
Thumbs up or Thumbs down? Our Bulletin's food expert tries out an excellent Menú del Día.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for June 6
Whatever you're plans are this weekend, check the weather before you leave home, by clicking here.
Viewpoint: Mallorca goes wild
So, who is making all the trouble with the illegal street parties now?