Chief Inspector Borja Luengo. | Julio Bastida
According to Spain's interior ministry, there were 325 known cases of squatting in the Balearics in 2020, 266 of these in Mallorca. The great majority were in Palma, where squatting is most common in more deprived neighbourhoods such as Camp Redó and Son Gotleu. The police say that this doesn't mean that a mansion in Son Vida can't be occupied; but it would be unusual.