Playa de Palma - as it was.

21-07-2016Miquel À. Cañellas

The hoteliers association in Playa de Palma is suggesting that the resort could be a "pilot destination" for foreign tourism markets. Because of the low incidence of coronavirus in Majorca, Playa de Palma could provide a test for what it will be like for tourism until such time as a vaccine is found.

In making this suggestion, the association identifies the proximity to the airport, the five kilometres of beach, which will make it easy for social distancing, and wide promenades and parks that are all "essential conditions" for putting safety measures into practice.

The association adds that it is coordinating the gradual activation of tourism with German tour operators and airlines.


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Dave / Hace about 1 year

Listen up to those people who imagine before getting brain into gear. I have paid flights for Majorca this year. May and June. Total about £1000 and I won’t be going anywhere until I get my money back from Ryanair and I don’t want vouchers either, so to those imaginations in City Hall please bear that in mind before you dream of full aircraft of average ordinary people flying to Palma to fulfil your dreams of an immediate remedy of your lost tourist coffers, then think again


Andy / Hace about 1 year

Playa de Palma is a horrible dirty place anyway. The Germans are welcome to it. I would rather stay in Clacton than there.


Tommy / Hace about 1 year

Like any new vaccine test it on rats first 🤣🤣


STAN / Hace about 1 year

I think that this is a good idea. The sooner it is effected, the sooner Tourists may be allowed to return to Mallorca.


Mark Badoer / Hace about 1 year

Ofcourse, you lot wanted out, so Europeans first. It's only logical.


Mark / Hace about 1 year

Why the Germans ? Is it because they’ve got the biggest mouths !