Pollensa, Mallorca.

Pollensa, Mallorca.


Four hotels in Pollensa are keeping their doors open despite the difficulties caused by the coronavirus crisis, which is good news for tourists who visit during the low season.

The hotels that have accommodation available are Apartaments Marina, Don Miguel Apartments, Aparthotel Galeón and Hotel Son Sant Jordi.

"We are preparing for next season with uncertainty and prudence, but we are encouraged by news of the coronavirus vaccine,” said the Hotel Association of Pollensa.

A total of 69 hotels are still open in Mallorca, according to the Hotel Business Federation of Mallorca, or FEHM.


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Phil / Hace about 1 month

Flights from Madrid and Barcelona are the problem. Is this government thick?


Lisa / Hace about 1 month

The first tourists were fined yesterday, for arriving at the airport without a negative covid test. It’s a large fine.

Tourists will not feel welcome. They won’t be booking Mallorca until this ends.

Of course if you come from Madrid or Barcelona- no worries. No testing at all - even in the airport. Apparently people on mainland Spain don’t have Covid .... hummmm.

The message the Balearics are sending out to international travellers is appalling. It will kill tourism in 2021!!!!