More public transport options would benefit the image of the Balearics.
Spain’s important tourism industry has returned better than expected figures so far in 2017 as holidaymakers appeared to have rediscovered the country’s attractions amid turmoil and safety concerns in other once-popular destinations, statistics compiled by an industry monitoring agency revealed yesterday.
Many European tourists are now opting to go to a public health centre rather than to a private one.
The National Police announced today they want to collect the same data about private rental clients as they receive about hotel guests.
The survey conducted 680 interviews, 400 of them in Palma. Adán notes that the saturation sensation is felt more acutely in Palma.
Margalida Capellà says this would not be an initiative against tourists or against the British but against the whole notion of drunken tourism.
Four car parks away from the centre of the city are to be made available for five euros a day.
"Every time they flush the loo, eight or ten litres are used, and I have to pay for it."
ABTA and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) are renewing calls to Brits heading off on holiday to take care and use their balconies safely.
It became apparent to the police that women were once more working the principal areas for this crime, such as near to the cathedral.