Cala Millor took a pounding from Storm Gloria.

21-01-2020J. Socies

Sant Llorenç town hall is wanting the Spanish government to include Sant Llorenç among the areas affected by Storm Gloria.

An extraordinary council meeting on Monday agreed the request for the government to include Sant Llorenç as one of the "areas seriously affected by a Civil Protection emergency" - a disaster area, in other words. This declaration will make funds available from Madrid, with Cala Millor beach requiring emergency regeneration work. The town hall has estimated that repair work in the whole of Sant Llorenç comes to 938,790 euros; Cala Millor beach will require spending of 400,000 euros.

The request has been based on technical reports which paint a bleak picture. Different areas of beach have been badly affected, while seawater entered a number of establishments. The beach regeneration is urgently needed before the start of the tourism season.


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BMC / Hace about 1 year

The beach at Cala Millor has been in the process of being washed away for some time now. The small beach near the information kiosk had almost gone last Summer. Much of the larger beach was also going the same way. I myself saw what was happening. Why did no council officials notice what was happening? It has been difficult to understand why no work was actioned to minimize this potential problem. They now have a major operation to try to rectify this.Cala Millor is known for its beach it needs protecting as soon as possible not just rectifying the current probleml


Fred / Hace about 1 year

There needs to be more assessment of Cala Bona to Cala Millor. Plus Sa Coma to S'Illot for storm damage.