President Armengol speaking on Monday evening.
Balearics Day market
Balearics Day is the first of March.
institutional act commemorating the Day of the Balearic Islands.
At Sunday's event for Balearics Day.
"Next year, when we return here and look back, we can say that together we beat coronavirus."
Today Balearics Day is in full gear with plenty of activities for the entire family.
Balearics Day is on Sunday. It isn’t, therefore, a public holiday.
Carnival parades all week but mainly on Saturday and Sunday. Celebrations for Balearics Day (1 March) mostly in Palma, where there is a wide variety of events - concerts, dance, gastronomy and more. Peter Pan, "El Musical Broadway" at the auditorium in Palma.
Three members of the Porreres robbery gang were held in preventive custody, the sun shone for Balearics Day, Aptur challenged the legal criteria for rentals zoning, and low-season tourism was shown to be increasing.
Fine weather yesterday brought people out to celebrate Balearics Day.
Balearics Day recognises "where we have come from and how we have worked together for 35 years".
The Fira del Fang ceramics fair opens in Marratxi on Saturday (it runs for a week). It's Balearics Day on Thursday, so there is a host of music events, open days, performances that start on Wednesday and last into the weekend.
Celebrations for Balearics Day, which is 1 March but stuff is happening before then. Carnival comes to an end with the "burial of the sardine" (the ceremony in Portol, Marratxi is the best known). Marratxi is the place for one of Majorca's more important fairs - the "fira fang" (ceramics), which starts on Saturday.
Fairs and Fiestas
The market which had been set up along the Paseo Maritimo and up into the Paseo Mallorca proved to be exceptionally popular.