Etiqueta 'Cruises'


Majorca is sinking fast

Some cruise lines are planning to set sail again, but they’re not coming here.

Humphrey Carter11/08/2020 11:21

José María Corró who killed his wife last week.


Jobs, rentals and death: the week in Majorca

The great tourism debate focused on employment, plans were afoot for rentals' websites to charge the tourist tax, promotion of golf seemed halfhearted, and another woman lost her life at the hands of her partner.

Andrew Ede20/11/2016 00:00

Shipping charges to be reduced to aid competitiveness


Shipping charges to be reduced to aid competitiveness

Cruise shipping will be a sector to benefit the most from these allowances, with 40% reductions in charges applying all year to the ports of Alcudia, Mahon and La Sabina.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/01/2016 00:00

Palma is one of Europe’s busiest cruise ports.


Balearics is the second busiest cruise destination

By the end of November last year, Balearic ports had handled 773 cruise liners and 1.7 million passengers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/01/2016 00:00

Tourism minister Barceló in parliament today.

Tourist tax

Cruise ship tourist tax exemption only benefits Majorca

The draft legislation for the tax applies an exemption to its payment by cruise ships which have their base in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/12/2015 00:00