Tougher fines for antisocial behaviour next season in the Balearics.
New Balearic government says current law has damaged the image of some resorts.
A campaign through social networks is going to be launched by the ministry in coordination with the British Embassy.
The new president of the hoteliers association believes that antisocial tourism could be eliminated within two years.
Residents complain that the whole neighbourhood smells of pee.
Said to now be a nightly occurrence.
Last summer's Covid outbreak served to highlight what is a problem in more than just Playa de Palma.
Ten years ago, a bylaw included provision for community service, but this wasn't put into effect.
Twenty signs have gone up in all, five of them in Santa Ponsa.
"All the bad guys are going to come to Playa de Palma because Calvia and Llucmajor have bylaws and we have a legal vacuum."
The town hall is preparing another summer crackdown on anti-social behaviour in its main resorts, in particular Magalluf.
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