Stay up late or even rise early as some of the best showings occur just before dawn.
Following the article on Sunday which highlighted how Andratx resident Elisabeth Ceulen and her family have taken to cleaning up rubbish not just on the streets but also on beaches.
Announcement of subventions comprising 50% European regional development funds and 50% from the government itself.
“If we sell it...I will be very sad as it has been part of my life. But I will still continue to come to Majorca.”
Mayor Martí Torres (Partido Popular) says that there has been insufficient time to organise such a "worthy" event.
There is a worry that there won't be the funding to permit exhumations called for by the law.
Quantum in the Transpac52class, the BMW in the ORC1 class, Movistar skippered by Pedro Campos in the ORC 2 class, Ran in IRC 0 class and Japan’s Mamma Aiuto skippered by Manu Weiler were proclaimed absolute winners of the 34th Copa del Rey Mapfre which finished in the Bay of Palma yesterday evening.
In Palma the percentage increase was 20%, the highest percentage rise among the state ports in the Balearics.
A 42-year-old man was killed this morning by a train on the Palma-Manacor route.
A pine tree in Puerto Pollensa's church square (Plaça Miquel Capllonch) yesterday evening fell onto tables at the terrace of the Bar Cultural.
Some one hundred demonstrators gathered outside Palma's bullring, the Coliseo Balear, yesterday evening.
Stats show that tourist spending in Catalonia went up between 2012 and 2013 and then again between 2013 and 2014.
Figures for next weekend are estimated to be 161,446 passengers on Saturday, 15 August, slightly fewer than today’s 164,629
860 million includes over 200 million euros of interest, though the total figure is subject to possible change.
Cabrera national park
Cabrera is set to become the largest maritime-terrestrial park in Spain.
Amengual claims that these problems should have led to the suspension of this evening’s bullfight.
The Spanish meteorological agency, Aemet, has confirmed that July in the Balearics was very hot to extremely hot.
The investment budget since the Partido Popular took over in 2011 has, on average, been 118 million, while under PSOE it had been 427 million.