Three cruise ships are scheduled in port today. Summer fiestas are in full swing. Plenty of markets to visit and film times have been update today.
The main demand is that there be a maximum of 4,000 passengers who leave ships and go into Palma on any given day.
The government is talking to the town hall and the ports authority about cruise ship numbers.
The Més manifesto will also place a limit on the cost to rent.
The university was commissioned to undertake a survey of air and noise pollution.
Palma's port is full with cruise ships.
Excursions coaches head for the port stops and let their passengers off there.
In addition to the tourist tax increase, there is a call for there to be no more than two ships at a time in port.
It is necessary "to force cruise ships to adopt measures to reduce pollution".
Small businesses do not want too many cruise ships in Palma at the same time.
An average amount will be between 6,000 and 10,000 euros for the larger ships.
The German environmentalists claim that cruise ships are using poor quality and cheap fuel.
Today, the Port of Palma is going to be hosting six cruise liners, the maximum cap placed by the government after last August when eight cruise liners met in Palma at the same time, prompting the debate over Palma saturation.