While the majority of tourists who holidayed in Calvia last year said they were satisfied with the resorts, services and facilities, awarding Calvia 76 points out of a possible maximum of 100, there is still plenty of work for Calvia, one of the most highly respected and popular holiday resorts in the Mediterranean, to carry out. In a recent survey, it has transpired that the areas tourists were least impressed with were the lack of facilities (showers, toilets, first aid etc,) on the beaches, noise pollution at night and efforts to save natural resources (selective rubbish collection and energy etc,). All of the above were awarded less than 70 points. Neverthless, deputy Mayor of Calvia, Manel Suarez, said yesterday that an overall 76 out of 100 points is satisfactory and that the study has proved extremely useful. “Thanks to the survey we now know where to channel our efforts,” he said.


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