A "limited and poor quality" offer is a reason for there not being greater interest in cultural activities.
Binissalem has its grand grape battle on Saturday, the same day as Bunyola has its underwear run and party. Palma's Night of Art is this Saturday, and Esporles has three days of culture in the form of circus, theatre, food and more. UPDATE - Cala Millor's tourist fiestas start on Sunday.
It is "fantastic news" that prestigious foreign publications should be presenting Palma in such a positive way.
Santa Margalida town hall believes that Can Picafort's future lies in blending culture with tourism and the region’s historical roots.
This initiative is the Majorcan part of a project under the title "Rando pour la Culture" (Walking for Culture).
This fair is one of the three large annual European events for the travel and tourism industry - the other two being Berlin’s ITB and London’s World Travel Market.
The commission and Calvia are already working on projects such as “Calvia es cine”.
"Initiatives such as this help to spread the idea that cinema is far more than just being a viewer in an armchair.”
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