Interview with Eduardo Gamero, the president of the Fomento del Turismo de Mallorca (the Mallorca Tourist Board), which was founded in 1905.
The pandemic has hit beer sales in Spain, but Britain has come to the rescue.
Travel confusion in the UK has hit consumer confidence, we need to be nice to the Brits.
Why not give guests the option of selecting where their ecotax goes?
Nice to see Boris and his Spanish counterpart having a chat, but they forget something.
These artworks are testimony to Mallorca’s rich tourism history and its pioneering role at the advent of popular tourism.
Retailers want more tourists for the summer sales but they can’t cope as it is.
Interview with Mallorca’s “bicycle doctor”, Simon Chippindale.
Magalluf has yet to open but the government is already giving it a hard time.
One wonders if Covid travel passports are being used to win over the doubters.
There are fears that some parts of Spain could be lifting restrictions too fast.
The UK’s U-turn over Portugal has knocked consumer confidence for six.
The American Chef in Mallorca, Jeff Harter, is working on a new post-Covid project after having recovered from the virus.
So, who is making all the trouble with the illegal street parties now?
Owner, Captain Jonny Greenall is now ready to take off into the post-Covid era.
The local government wants quality tourism, so make it easier for top end clients.
Another quick influx of tourists, but they’ve now gone again, so who’s next?
Climate change is going to dictate the future of the island’s tourist industry.
London’s travel traffic light scheme needs to accomapnied by a building work sign.
Palma is starting to open up as tourists begin to trickle in from the European Union.
Non Spanish residents are still trying to fly to Spain only to be turned away.
This year’s FITUR trade fair in Madrid could be a domestic tourism battleground.
Interview with Martina Singer of the charity PollençaCARES, helping the local community live through the pandemic.
Never mind the Germans, Spain needs British tourists back and fast.
Uncertainty in the travel industry is rife and consumers don’t seen convinced.
One thing is Britons wanting to travel, the other is what does the government want?
Palma is not angry with the UK for not making “green” it is furious with Spain.
I hope lifting the State of Alarm tonight does not prove to be too early.
From midnight tomorrow, fighting Covid is now in the hands of regional governments.
Mallorca sells itself, money would be better spent on vaccines right now.
Restrictions are being eased in some parts of the world while in others, chaos rules.
An increasing number of young people in Spain are turning off social media.
This week I was due to have collected my new TIE card, but it was not ready!
Interview with Xisco Muñoz from Manacor, who has taken Watford Football Club back to the Premier League.
Next week’s regional elections in Madrid could open the door to the far right.
A number of major organisations are failing to shine at their moment of need.
Vaccines may be the key, but so too will be holiday prices this year.
I am constantly overwhelmed by Mallorca’s beauty despite having lived here so long.
We’ve all been exercising too much, now hikers are facing restrictions.