July - 2023
Which spelling of the island do you prefer?
The Calvia 365 plan focuses on diversification of tourist products and visitor profiles. Which of the following aspects would attract you to visit Calvia during the low season?
Palma has for some years promoted all-year tourism through its Palma 365 tourism foundation, and now Calvia is seeking to do the same. Calvia 365 is the title of the plan drawn up by the new administration at the town hall. As the mayor, Juan Amengual, explained on Wednesday: "We want to create stable and quality employment throughout the year by promoting tourism in our desire to tackle seasonality and attract visitors to the municipality in the low-season months."
Do you believe the presence of plainclothes officers will reinforce security and be more effective in tackling nighttime crime in Magalluf and Santa Ponsa?
Calvia town hall intends to create a new plainclothes police unit and to introduce it this summer. The deputy mayor responsible for the police, Esperanza Català, is of the view that the presence of plainclothes officers will reinforce security and be more effective in tackling nighttime crime in Magalluf and Santa Ponsa. The councillor with specific responsibility for Magalluf, Manuel Mas, says that there has long been a demand from residents and businesses for enhanced plainclothes police presence.
Do you believe that actions such as spray painting and smearing paint on luxury assets are effective forms of climate activism?
A group of activists against climate crisis and members of the Futuro Vegetal movement, targeted a super yacht in Ibiza on Sunday.
We want to know what beach you prefer to relax at!
The three bars/restaurants by the beach in the Casetes des Capellans part of Playa de Muro have installed terraces this summer despite the Costas Authority having withdrawn permission for them to do so.
Would you consider trying carob-based products after reading about their various applications and benefits?
The chocolate-brown pods are on everyone’s lips in Mallorca. Especially in recent years, carob has experienced a renaissance. The fruits of the “garrover”, the Mallorcan name for the carob tree (Spanish: algarrobo), are increasingly finding their way into local kitchens as an authentic island product. Carob has been very important in the Mediterranean region for many centuries as food for people and animals.
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