THE Prince Felipe of Borbon and Princess Letizia Ortiz will undertake an official whirlwind tour of the Balearic Islands in May.
The Prince and Princess of Spain will be busy as they visit all four Balearic Islands in only five days, starting on 9 May and leaving on 13 May. Their hefty itineray does not hardly give them time to relax and appreciate the islands to the full.
During the tour of the islands, the Prince and Princess will meet local business figures, trade unions, different associations and many residents.
They will arrive on Monday 9 May, where they will meet the Leader of the Balearic Government, Jaume Matas, at the Consolat de la Mar, Government Headquarters.
In Majorca, they will spend two days visiting many regions and institutes, including Palma, Manacor, Valldemossa, Sa Pobla and Pollensa.
On Wednesday morning they will take a quick flight over to Minorca, where they will spend the whole day and night visiting Mahon, Cuitadella, a cheese factory and the Council of Minorca.
Very early on Thursday morning it will be a quick hop over to Ibiza where the Prince and Princess will meet with Parish groups, the Council of Ibiza and Formentera, Trade Unions and mayors.
In the afternoon, the royal couple will fly by helicopter to Formentera.
The official Royal visit be finish on Friday at midday when the Prince and Princess of Spain will attend a reception in La Llonja, before heading back to the mainland for a much needed holiday after a packed five days.
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