The parties coincided with the midsummer Sant Joan fiestas.
The first state of alarm was ruled to have been unconstitutional.
Above all, there is the time lag between fines being set and the payment.
The fines total some 300,000 euros.
One of the firms claims that it has paid over 5,000 euros in fines.
Fifty-three of the fines were for illegal anchoring, staying overnight without permission or for exceeding the authorised time.
These owners have each been fined 20,001 euros.
Palma's revised public order bylaw established fines for buying from illegal sellers.
Last year, the ministry's inspection service took out 119 proceedings for illegal renting.
Drivers are still being caught for speeding.
Fifty fines have been issued, most of them in Magalluf and Santa Ponsa.
Fines ranged from 100 to 3,000 euros for the most serious infractions and a total of 230 establishments were denounced.
Twenty signs have gone up in all, five of them in Santa Ponsa.
Fines totalling over 600,000 euros were imposed for room occupancy breaches.
HomeAway faces a fine of the same amount as Airbnb and TripAdvisor.
Aptur: It is unfair that potential new places will not go to a type of accommodation (rentals) for which there is growing demand.
As high earners, the air-traffic controllers will have the means to pay fines resulting from the 2010 stoppage.
Certain hotels could face more than just fines for excessive overcrowding.
From Tuesday, it would seem, inspectors will be hard at it sorting out properties to fine.
Despite the pledges and promises from City Hall, the Playa de Palma has become a highly conflictive resort again this summer with Neo Nazis on the loose.