Bad behaviour by tourists.

No more bad behaviour by tourists.


The Balearic government and the British Foreign Office will launch a joint campaign in Britain to fight the so-called “tourism of excesses.” The Balearic government has declared war on tourists who misbehave and the Foreign Office has joined the campaign.

A public awareness drive in Britain, aimed at youth tourism, will be launched in time for next season warning tourists that bad behaviour will not be tolerated. The Balearic government has introduced legislation which aims to curb and even outlaw the tourism of excesses.

Balearic President Francina Armengol held talks with the Foreign Office in London earlier this month. The meeting was also attended by British Consul General, Lloyd Milen.


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Mark / Hace 2 months

Not saying any of the other posters are really wrong, as the botellons are nasty, but the difference is: tourists are visitors, yet they behave like a bunch of roudy, drunk pigs. That has to end.


James / Hace 2 months

Well we are governed by national socialists. All pigs are equal however some pigs are more equal than others


Mark / Hace 2 months

Well said Charlie. The Botellon parties in Playa de Palma and the Polygons this year were worse than anything ive seen in Magaluf. It's a typical case of tge Mallorcan authorities blaming foreigners when their own people are just as bad if not worse.


Charlie / Hace 2 months

Will they also be targeting the Spanish youths who made the Sant Joan festival in Menorca such a misery for residents with their mass drink and drug-fuelled all-night street parties?