Now the Balearic government wants to crack down on all-inclusive holidays and will be sending out inspectors to check and establish exactly how many hotels on the island are offering this type of package. Broadly I welcome the move because of the impact of this sort of holiday on the bar and restaurant trade in the resorts. It also could be argued that all-inclusive holidays mean that some tourists do not actually leave their hotels and do not discover the joys of the island. But the government has to be careful. This week they have already announced that they will attempt to curb the number of cruise ships visiting the port of Palma and now they are talking about a crackdown on all-inclusive holidays. And of course we mustn't forget that they are already planning to introduce the controversial tourist tax from 1 July.