Magalluf, Palmanova & Santa Ponsa are traditionally British destinations.

Magalluf, Palmanova or Santa Ponsa are traditionally British destinations.

13-08-2014David Ramos

Calvia Town Council has launched an urgent promotional campaign to attract German Tourists to areas which are usually highly popular with British tourists.

85% of the tourists that visit Magalluf, Palmanova and Santa Ponsa come from the UK and Ireland, but those areas have been severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Xavier Pascuet, General Director of Tourism of the Calvià Town Hall, acknowledges that repositioning Calvia in the German market at this late stage won’t be easy and persuading German tourists to book holidays in areas of Majorca that they probably don’t know very well, will be very challenging.

"It is vital to explain yourself well at source," says Xavier Pascuet, “so an advertising, press and public relations campaign is being launched in the main cities to explain what action is being taken by Hotel Staff and Businessmen in Calvia to establish anti-virus protocols and explain that it’s a safe and healthy destination.


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david burdon / Hace about 1 year

was just about to change my booking to palma nova which I believe is in Calvia area but has the paper says the Brits might not be welcomed, I have now opted for main land Spain.


Kevin Joseph / Hace about 1 year

As somebody who will be travelling throughout Majorca in mid September onwards from England thank you for the heads up in my family deciding not to visit the Calvia area and fully understand, if we appear not be be welcome no problem


Gareth / Hace about 1 year

The Germans are NOT there now ( despite what the Ultimahora says ). It is yet another completely made up story.