"We must be prepared to start the summer season safely, and Mallorca and Pollensa are ready," said the President of the Council of Mallorca, Cati Cladera, this morning on a visit to Pollensa. The visit was aimed at relaunching the holiday season and Cladera was accompanied by tourism boss, Andreu Serra.
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Who cares, Pollensa is a backwater. Who would want to own a house in the middle of nowhere where nothing happens and all the restaurants are second rate 🤷♂️
Stephen and Rich - I wonder if delaying until September will give the council time to fix, once and for all, the leaking sewage system near Pollenca beach? We have been there for the past 20 years + and every year there is raw sewage, especially on Pine Walk. They claim it is a jewel in the crown for tourism which would be true if it were able to meet the Blue Flag standards. As it is, I doubt it is any better than beaches in 3rd world countries. The problem has been exacerbated by the building of massive blocks of flats behind Pine Walk, with no thought to the impacts on the infrastructure. It stinks (in more ways than one) of money grabbing. I have asked the MDB to raise a campaign but this fell on deaf ears. What can be done about it? The pandemic has given them enough time and reason to fix what will be a very damaging problem.
Apologies Stephen I read your comment wrong.
Stephen, take a look at the data before slagging of the UK, I assure you uk are safer than most. I say September for every country, including mainland Spain.
As if she could care. Has been receiving her full wages since day one and spent most of that time shopping online.
Can’t see it happening until September at the earliest for UK tourists even those that have properties in Majorca as most will wait until Majorca and the rest of the EU catches up with the vaccine rate of the UK.
I do hope that Mr Cifre stops covering over the raw sewage on the beaches at Puerto Pollenca and fixes the problem. how else can it be classed as a premier tourist resort.