Cala Comtesa, Majorca.

30-05-2020Ultima Hora

On the first Sunday of Phase 2 in Majorca, the beaches were overflowing and some sunbathers and swimmers were up with the lark to make sure they got a spot.

The beaches at Sa Ràpita, Playa de Muro, Can Picafort and Colonia de Sant Jordi were packed with families and friends who’d waited more than two months to lap up some rays on the sand or take their first dip in the crystal clear waters that this Island is famous for.

sa Rapita beach, Majorca.

Despite the crowds, social distancing and hygiene measures were respected at all of the beaches.

On Saturday, some people were turned away from small beaches such as Cala Comtesa in Illetas, because capacity had already been reached.


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John Parkinson / Hace about 1 month

The social distancing and respect for the rules appears to have been well respected. Have a look online at the way U.K. residents have treated the rules with contempt on the beaches and at beauty spots,plus the vast amounts of rubbish they are too lazy to take home with them. Enforce your quarantine or get ready for a massive rise in cases of the virus after July!


Yogi / Hace about 1 month

Doesn’t bode well for when any tourists do rock up next month! Some previous Anti-tourist voices have changed their tune from blaming tourists for the saturation on the beaches this weekend ( well they can’t, can they?) to the large number of foreign residents! Honestly, there’s no pleasing some people.