Mallorca reservations go nuts after UK lifts quarantine
The lifting of the UK's quarantine for British travellers also means airlines won’t have to reschedule flights if the Islands revert to the ‘Amber’ list.
French people who want to travel to Spain or Portugal should get vaccinated
Le Drian's junior minister had told on Thursday to avoid travelling to the two Iberian countries.
What you need to know about double-jab travel to Mallorca
This is what the new double-jab scheme will mean for UK residents.
Spotlight North: Another week, and it’s Puerto Pollensa’s beaches
Summer had finally arrived at Puerto Pollensa and Cala Sant Vicenç beaches.
Mini-market owners furious over alcohol sales restriction
"If we can't sell alcohol from 22:00 what will we sell?”
Spotlight North: All’s well for Alcudia’s Spanish students
Viajes Finalia which organises the Mallorca Island Festival student trips to Bellevue, issued a statement...
Spotlight North: Bussing the workers into Alcudia Bay
Great excitement in Sa Pobla, Muro and Inca on Tuesday.
Spotlight North: Municipal workers taking Pollensa town hall to court
Lorena Luque had, said the union back in March, suffered “discriminatory and humiliating” conditions
Spotlight North: The anti-mayor poster of Santa Margalida
The Workers Front claimed that the fines were dished out for political reasons
Judge annuls Sineu marriage
"It is especially relevant, in the opinion of this court, the fact that the spouses do not reside together."
Covid certificate app now available
The app had originally been promised for July 1.
Over 7,000 people isolating because of Covid
Incidence rates are similar to what they were in January, but hospital admissions are not.
Big discounts being offered as hotel supply outstrips demand
Over 80% of hotel beds are now available, but there aren't the holidaymakers to meet this supply.
Over seventy fines for Palma "botellón" street parties
There will be a similar police operation on Saturday night.
Stick with your mates, but how close?: the week in Mallorca
British youth were being advised, the Balearic government was alarmed, and there wasn't a curfew.
"Back in March, no one thought we would now have 80% of hotels open"
Tourism minister Iago Negueruela on British tourism, Spanish students and more ...
Sánchez rings the changes with new faces in his government
Various ministers have been axed; tourism minister, Reyes Maroto, is not one of them.
Viewpoint: Get ready Mallorca
The UK double-jab scheme is a game changer, Majorca has to make full use of it.
The restaurant review: Temptation of a mixed paella
Thumbs up or Thumbs down? Our bulletin food expert tastes a memorable mixed paella.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for July 11
Keep an eye on what the weather is like all over Mallorca this weekend by clicking here.
Fan's view: Five new signings as pre-season begins
Is the RCD Mallorca squad up to the challenge of the Spanish league?
From the lowest of lows, England and Italy reach final summit
There is a remarkable symmetry to the journeys taken by England and Italy towards Sunday's Euro 2020 final.
Viewpoint: Abandoning responsibility
Why else would there be a shift in focus to hospital response capacity?