Find out which ships are in port today
There are two cruise ships scheduled to dock in Palma today
Palma restaurant owners accuse town hall of "persecution"
La Lonja restaurant owners say that terrace space has been cut by 50%.
Mallorca restaurant prices may have to rise by eight per cent
This is due to the increased cost of products from the mainland.
Arrests for attempted squatting in Manacor and Palma
Activation of security alarms is proof police can use to make arrests.
I will never travel through Barcelona again... another carjacking
We will never set our feet on a Barcelona ferry again
The average cost of a home in the Balearics: 346,499 euros
Property prices in Balearics rose by 11 percent.
New Cabaret show 'Lio' looking for staff
The new cabaret show coming to Palma's Paseo Maritimo is set to open this summer.
A super yacht arrives in Mallorca
Up to 12 guests can be accommodated on board and she also has accommodation for 19 crew members.
Spanish armed forces' Eagle Eye 23-01 exercise taking place in the Balearics
King Felipe will be attending the exercise on Wednesday.
Getting ready for the summer: These are your 'Smoke Free Beaches' in Calvia
Spectacular views, fine white sand, clear blue waters... and no smoke blowing in your face!
"John Wick" returns in English to Palma on Friday on a quest for revenge
Times have been announced. Other films have been listed.
Balearics warned of a red hot summer this year
2022 was the sixth-warmest year since records began in 1880
Your complete guide to moving and living in Spain
It’s free to download from https://www.ageinspain.org/moving-to-spain
Eating out in Mallorca: Superfood Garden - Palmanova
Since I first went there a couple of months ago, it has become my weekly “go to” place - alone, with friends or work colleagues.
"Drunken tourism can't live with quality tourism"
Robledo says that "these days the bars and restaurants are changing from offering fried food of all types to more selective cuisine".
“Magalluf is a safe, quality resort we want everyone to come and enjoy in harmony”
“Moving forward, the emphasis is no longer going to be on quantity, it is going to be on quality."
The project that changed Magalluf's DNA
The spine of Magalluf was to be remodelled, while its outer body was to be beautified.
Whose islands are they, anyway?
Mallorca has been looking to attract even more French, Italians and Spanish this year, only to now discover that the British and Germans are in full recovery mode