Magalluf - excesses decree will be applied "strictly"
There has to be "control" of bars and other establishments.
Closed down: the week in Majorca
Streets were closed; was Majorca being governed from Germany?; and masks were the new normal by law.
German government expressed concern about tourist behaviour in Majorca
The German government had wanted to know what controls there were to deal with crowds of tourists and with tourist behaviour.
Hoteliers criticise lack of police in Playa de Palma
The hoteliers are suggesting that problems which led to the closure of two streets could have been avoided.
Two more Magalluf streets are closed
Calvia town hall asked for a wider application of the closure order.
Government closes establishments in Magalluf and Playa de Palma
The closure orders for Punta Ballena, "Schinkenstrasse" and "Bierstrasse" will last two months.
New normal tourists: the week in Majorca
There were "quality" foreign and national tourists; people were behaving badly on the streets; and it was Prime Minister Sánchez's final appearance - or was it?
Summer uncertainty for Magalluf
The tourism of excesses decree is just one issue for Magalluf.
A week of excesses in Majorca
The government's tourism of excesses decree was approved; there were excessively warm temperatures; and excesses in El Terreno were once more the subject of complaints.
The week of the storm in Majorca
Storm Gloria battered Majorca; the tourism excesses decree was "well received"; government communication was less than adequate; and there were to be no resignations.
The booze backdoor
Banning all-inclusives, as an example, would have incurred the wrath of market competition overlords, tour operators and indeed tourists.
Taming tourist resorts
In principle, it is a welcome decree.
Andrew Ede05/02/2020 09:11