Can Picafort, quite different to how it was fifty years ago.
Santa Margalida town hall plans to create a square with banked terraces surrounding it in the space where the pool once was.
The victim was rushed to hospital.
The scene of this morning's brutal attack.
Mayor Joan Monjo (back, third from the right) and members of the commission.
The concession for the Mar y Paz pool ran out years ago.
Banners appeared that denounced the situation.
Covid regulations don't allow the space between the sunlounger sets to be used.
Emergency services at the scene.
Their injuries are not said to be serious.
Restoration of machine gun nests is an aspect of the project.
Hopes for a better summer in Can Picafort.
The town hall has cut rates for services and for terraces.
False news and crowding of beaches, murky water in Puerto Pollensa, Justice of the Peace saga, messages from Can Picafort, health centre closed in Santa Margalida and What's on in the north are this week's news from the north of the island.
The health crisis has just added to what was already a problematic situation.
The accident occurred at the Playa de Muro-Can Picafort border.
In May 2019, there was an order to cease the dredging.
- Britons could be denied entry to the Balearics next year
- British residents taking drastic action over driving licences
- Palma delays because of air-traffic control and Ryanair strikes
- First day of Ryanair strike could affect 73,200 passengers on Friday
- Spanish government announces new anti-crisis measures