Better service for tourists.

Better service for tourists.


The Pollensa council is spending 200,000 euros up-grading and enlarging the tourist information office in the port. Building work got underway today.

A council spokerperson said that the existing office was being up-graded so that it could offer visiting tourists a better service.

The building work is expected to be completed before the summer season gets underway.


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Nordeuropa / Hace about 1 month

Facts from non-commercial Sweden's Public Service Television, Teletext, (BBC innovation, which is still going strong in my home - may be your old BBC Ceefax).

Well, the Public Service facts from December 3-5:

Half of Pfizer's / Biontech's covid-19 vaccine is delayed, according to the Wall Street Journal. Only half of the corona vaccine will arrive before the new year. Some of the early raw materials didn't measure up.

The American pharmaceutical company Moderna plans to have 100-125 million doses of its covid-19 vaccine in the first quarter of 2021 About 85-100 million doses are to be distributed within the United States!

Preliminarily, Pfizer's vaccine is expected to be approved on December 29, Modern January 11, 2021 and Astra Zeneca has not yet applied!


JR / Hace about 1 month

Why not fix the sewers first and stop the beaches being covered in raw faeces ? Then and only then try to coax back the tourists. No blue flag beaches in Pollenca is a disgrace. 3rd world standards at premium prices. The local government should hang their heads in shame.


Lisa / Hace about 1 month

The draconian tourist test rule has scared tourists away. And the fine is so threatening ... do tourist feel welcome???

Forget it!! Maybe put the money into the food bank??


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Roberto / Hace about 1 month

That seems like money down the drain. Probably the same drain that carries sewerage to the besch


No vaccine / Hace about 1 month

Summer season 2021 is postponed!

Did you not understand that?

An example from BBC World News this week: "47 percent of Germany's and France's population will be vaccinated against covid-19".

To gain immunity in the population, 95 percent of the population must take the vaccine according to the WHO!


Roger / Hace about 1 month

Forgive the scepticism but I'm sure the person who will benefit the most is the contractor!!!


Nigel / Hace about 1 month

What for? The government has scared all tourists away.