Etiqueta 'Balearic tourism'
Bel Busquets rejected opposition claims of Brexit catastrophe.


Balearic government "not worried" about Brexit

The government is "not worried" about Brexit and is working to mitigate its tourism impact.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter11/12/2018 17:42

Balearic August tourism fell by two per cent


Balearic August tourism fell by two per cent

Numbers of tourists down, but spending up - an indication of greater "quality".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter02/10/2018 16:42

Mariano Rajoy in Palma yesterday.


Rajoy attacks Balearic government tourism "demonisation"

People who oppose tourists are acting out of "ideological rage" and are unable to recognise reality.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/04/2018 00:00

President Armengol speaking in parliament yesterday.


Armengol insists that tourist data are "very positive"

The Partido Popular take issue with the president's claims and refer to a fall in the sale of package holidays.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter17/04/2018 00:00

Balearic tourism minister, Bel Busquets.


"It’s a small price to pay for preserving paradise"

Balearic tourism minister and vice-president, Bel Busquets, on the tourist tax, holiday rentals, saturation ... .

Humphrey Carter09/04/2018 00:00


Questions for the tourism minister

The Bulletin will be conducting an interview with Balearic tourism minister, Bel Busquets, tomorrow lunchtime (Friday, 6 April).Do you have any questions you would like to be asked?

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter05/04/2018 00:00

The Balearics will be hoping to get the winter message across in Madrid.


Better in Winter the message for Madrid fair

Fitur offers a good opportunity to be in touch with the whole tourism sector and to promote the "successful" Better in Winter campaign.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/01/2018 00:00

Biel Barceló in parliament yesterday.


Barceló says again: there can't be more summer tourism growth

Biel Barceló was defending tourism policies while at the same time facing a censure motion.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter14/11/2017 00:00

President Armengol, tourism minister Biel Barceló and Jason Moore at the World Travel Market in London.


Balearics unconcerned about Turkey

"We have heard it all before" - President Armengol's reaction to reports that Turkey was trying to steal tourists away from the Balearics.

Jason Moore06/11/2017 00:00