By Jason Moore JUST what has happened to Cala Major beach? A few weeks ago a Bulletin reader reported that it was in a terrible state and last week it lost its blue flag for excellence. Last summer it had a whole series of problems with the beach being closed on numerous occasions because of sewage leaks. It is a great shame that one of the closest beaches to the centre of Palma should be in a state of disrepair. The city council should act at once because at the moment it looks as if the beach will go the same way as the area´s once bouyant tourist industry. Continuing with the beach theme I am quite amazed that the local authorities have been congratulating themselves on so many blue flags for local beaches, afterall Majorca´s livelihood depends on having top rate beaches. Every beach and yacht club on the island should be flying a blue flag not just a few.
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