Will the calls for a return of cruise ships be sunk by shouts to torpedo the move?
Whatever the weather, local residents have been doing their bit for the economy.
The Partido Popular government in Madrid wants to buy the Sputnik jab.
Some countries have decided to ignore the Brexit rule book but Spain has not.
Cases of British residents in Spain being turned back on arrival are rising.
People are starting to question whether civil liberties are being ignored.
As things stand right now, coming to Majorca will cost Britons a small fortune.
If Mallorca has learnt anything from the pandemic it is that tourism is not enough.
Difficulties with getting onto the vaccination list for recent UK residents in Mallorca.
It’s astonishing to think that in less than a year the first Covid vaccine was rolled out.
If in doubt, the Balearic government has decided to simply blame Madrid.
Consumer confidence regarding international travel is starting to wobble.
The Balearics can control domestic tourism movements but not international.
Nurses in Spain are being hung out to dry on short-term contracts.
Lloyd Ellett, ex-professional boxer, whose online boxing training programmes have become an international success from his home in Mallorca.
Desperate times call for desperate measures but I think the Balearics has lost the plot.
I hate to say this but the Balearics is on the verge of making a massive mistake.
The Spanish are certainly doing their best to help Britons through the system
Over the coming weeks, we will know if a four-day week is going to become a reality.
In an exclusive interview, Sir Richard Branson talks to Humphrey Carter about his love for Mallorca and his exciting plans for a small luxury hotel on the Son Bunyola estate in Banyalbufar.
A host of case studies have been brought to light over the past few days and the latest is the impact the regulations are going to have on the yachting industry.
“Taking back control”, well for many Britons, they have lost control...
If the Spanish PM was worried about his political standings, he’s laughing now.
Majorca has made it clear it is desperate for tourists but at what cost?
“I’ve contacted four different lawyers in Mallorca, each one has a different answer and the Spanish Embassy in London is closed due to Covid..."
‘180 days in Spain’ campaign to challenge the new limit on how many days British residents can spend in the EU have highlighted a host of problems.
It’s not just the British royal family which is having a domestic crisis...
It’s great to see bars and restaurants reopening but we can’t let our guard down.
“This is not a competition but an opportunity for like-minded people to join me as a circumnavigate Mallorca to raise money for Cancer Support Mallorca.”
The Balearics pioneered a safe air corridor last year and remember what happened?
The Balearics was talking about domestic tourism, now it’s changed its mind.
With all due respect, information regarding Covid should not discriminate.
Lifting test requirements with vaccines in short supply in Europe is a risk.
“Vaccine passports are not the answer this year. Apart from the fact they are still being talked about, they will take months to roll out...”
Interview with Jonny Greenall, owner and founder of Balearic Helicopters.
Frustration with how Brusels is handling the EU pandemic appear to be setting in.
"Branson has made no secret of his love for the island....."
The Spanish Tourist Board has conducted a global survey and Spain is in command.
All this uncertain talk of vaccine passports is confusing would be travellers.