Palma's Santa Catalina - a focus for the apparent incompatibility between lives of residents and nightlife culture.
Festive period ok, but not at five in the morning with "music louder than at Son Fusteret concerts".
I had started to notice that late at night our valley above Andratx town was alive with the sound of music and motorbikes.
Palma City Council wants to close the stairs that connect Plaza Mediterráneo to the Passeig Marítimo overnight and install extra monitoring to stamp out bad behaviour.
"The police don't come. We don't see them and we've stopped ringing them because they say they are busy."
Bars, restaurants, traffic and street drinking are all blamed for increasing noise.
They operate all night with their engines on and the holds open for ventilation. Instructions are given by megaphones.
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In two to three months there will be a definitive draft of the project to relocate the bus stops again.
Complaints about noise in Palma have increased by almost 13%. The "tardeo" is one cause.
The figure of 650 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants is still higher than the national average of 482, despite a reduction between 2011 and 2014.
In certain streets of the city the noise levels are above a range of between 50 and 75 decibels, which constitute the established limits.