Tourists arriving at a hotel on Ibiza.
The police and the Guardia Civil had to deal with a crowd of some 500 people on Magalluf's Calle Punta Ballena.
Spotlight On Soller
Sollerics love a good party and have learnt to adapt in Covid times.
Glasses, bottles, chairs and tables were thrown.
Users are arriving to discover vast accumulations of algae that isn't being cleared.
The reason lies with the disastrous flood last October and, more recently, stormy conditions in April.
Tourist numbers will be similar to those in 2018.
The site called “Balconing Mallorca“ includes a league table of nations – giving points for injuries and fatalities.
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