Increased numbers of people on beaches have implications for the rescue services.
Up to August, there were almost one million more tourists than in the current record year of 2018.
July was a particularly bad month in Mallorca.
The highest temperature of the summer has been 43.9C in Sa Pobla.
The island's restaurant sector says that visitors have been spending less this year.
Doesn't necessarily mean record profits, though.
The Balearics continue to be a "first-choice holiday destination".
Just three of these cases were confirmed.
But demand is said to have been unaffected.
July passenger numbers for the airports were all up.
A survey of tourist opinion indicates an increasingly negative perception of overcrowding among Mallorca's tourists.
In June, the number of UK tourists rose by 20%, but other markets registered falls.
Almost a quarter of all Spain's foreign tourists travelled to the Balearics in June.
The consistency with which 40C is now being reached and passed never used to be the case.
It will take some time for hard data to indicate the true situation this summer.
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