A safer Magalluf
A new safer Magalluf
Practices that are dangerous to life are strictly forbidden. These include moving from one balcony to another or jumping from balconies into swimming pools. Such practices will result in immediate expulsion from the premises as well as a fine.
“Magalluf is a safe, quality resort we want everyone to come and enjoy in harmony”
“Moving forward, the emphasis is no longer going to be on quantity, it is going to be on quality."
The project that changed Magalluf's DNA
The spine of Magalluf was to be remodelled, while its outer body was to be beautified.
"Drunken tourism can't live with quality tourism"
Robledo says that "these days the bars and restaurants are changing from offering fried food of all types to more selective cuisine".
Mallorca doctor awarded the MBE for his work to reduce balcony deaths in Magalluf praises the Law of Excesses
95% percent of the balcony incidents involved excess alcohol and 37% drugs.
Consul General Lloyd Milen wants Britons to enjoy Magalluf in a responsible manor
Foreign Office has launched numerous health and safety campaigns for British tourists.