An impact of the pandemic was that people in Mallorca were increasingly attracted to natural spaces. They could be in the fresh air and maintain social distancing. A downside, as was reported in the Tramuntana Mountains, was that a new profile of visitor emerged, one that was less in tune with the 'rules' of the environment, even if these weren't official rules.
Albufera Nature Park in Mallorca has had problems because of a 'different' type of visitor
Control of the number of visitors is necessary
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