Tougher fines for antisocial behaviour next season in the Balearics.
“Everybody is welcome in Calvia, we want everyone to live and holiday in harmony, respect the laws and have a wonderful experience”
“A new Law of Responsible Tourism will be introduced and it will apply to the whole of the Balearics because we all know that foreign tourists are not to blame for all of the antisocial behaviour.”
Magalluf is now a resort minus balconing injuries or worse and that Magalluf, along with beaches in other Calvia resorts, will have its beach open all year.
Calvia is enjoying an extended season.
International travellers predominantly chose the Balearics as their primary destination.
The Mayor of Calvia, Juan Antonio Amengual.
The street party in the centre of Palma.
"In the end it is not going to be possible to live in Palma”, said the association. "This is a jungle.”
New Balearic government says current law has damaged the image of some resorts.
A campaign through social networks is going to be launched by the ministry in coordination with the British Embassy.
No fatal balcony falls in Calvia.
"Calvia remains at the forefront of tourism”.
“A weekend full of experiences linked to literature, books, art and music, which will challenge the limits of the usual spaces destined for culture. All this in a place as unusual as it is necessary - Magalluf. We believe in culture as an engine of change, of transformation, and we want to expand it beyond its limits.”
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