Despite Brexit and the volatility of the pound, the British market is still interested in stable and safe investments.
Palma's transport councillor Joan Ferrer had already pretty much ruled out an increase in hours and he has now confirmed this.
Estate agents are no longer bothering to advertise flats to rent, as the adverts produce so many calls.
Come 1 May, 100 per cent of hotels will be open. Moreover, there will be no post-Easter slump in business this year.
Trade analysts GfK have warned that families who delay booking their summer holiday could be priced out of the market to Spain and other destinations perceived as “safe”.
Demand for the likes of food and drink is approximated to be worth 1,500 million euros, which will be a rise of 300 million over last year.