Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said his government was planning to put forward a proposal for the 2019 budget in January, changing strategy after an electoral setback on Sunday in a Socialist stronghold.
Calvia's budget is to increase by 3.2% to 89.3 million euros next year.
The government's "plan for touristic equilibrium" will address effects of tourism "massification".
The Balearic Tourism Agency is the only government "company" that will see its budget cut next year: it will go down by 2% to 19.5 million euros.
The health ministry will receive the largest amount in the budget - 1,472 million euros.
Any increase to the tourist tax in 2017 has been ruled out. Podemos are supporting the budget and the government because of concerns about "hostility" from Madrid.
The Tramuntana consortium's budget will be 1.35 million euros in 2017.
With legislation on holiday rentals and all-inclusives in the pipeline, there are going to be ever-increasing demands placed on inspection.
Laura Camargo of Podemos today reiterated the party's request for an increase to the tourist tax.
PSOE is said to favour increasing the tourist tax next year. Tourism minister Barceló is not so sure.
"It will be impossible to carry out all the work this winter, so it will have to be split in order not to affect the tourism season."
The budget is the “fruit of consensus and of the pact” and of working together with Podemos.
This block on a salary rise will mean that they will get less than had been earmarked in the budget for 2016.
The Balearic government anticipates that its citizens will be paying it 33,053 euros per day in the form of fines.
Significant increase in public funding for beaches, tourism, sporting events and the police proposed.
The tourism budget will increase to 14%, with emphasis on, for instance, continuing with the initiative to make Cala Bona accessible to those with reduced mobility.
It was police week in The Bulletin. Police for all the wrong reasons. And the Balearic budget for 2016 was announced; it will be the highest ever.