No fatal balcony falls in Calvia.
Torà beach, Paguera.
"Smoking is banned on public terraces..."
Greater exclusivity has to be backed up by investment in infrastructure.
One view is that the chances of there being flights by August are "one per cent".
Action has also been taken to protect bathing water.
Problem has been caused by a blockage in the sewage system.
Michael Leopold S. was arrested at a chalet he was renting in Paguera.
Calvia police are seeking to avoid a repeat of the mass brawl in Paguera last weekend.
Some one hundred young people were involved in the fight on the Palmira beach promenade.
Retailers argue that they are not responsible for booze tourism. They put the blame on all-inclusives.
A Spanish man first pulled a knife before returning with a shotgun.
The Paguera and Santa Ponsa hoteliers believe that the town hall has been favouring Magalluf.
Some ten investors showed an interest in bidding for the hotel but all thought it was too expensive, with the exception of Harald Fischl.
Hotel renovations and a repositioning of the tourist product with a greater focus on sports tourism have contributed to earlier openings.
An inspection led to the confiscation of 79 coconuts, 24 pineapples and 23 watermelons.
Paguera or Peguera? Palma or Palma de Mallorca? Just two daft examples currently doing the rounds.
- Spain fights to end 90 day rule and also "ban" on British seasonal workers
- Yet more red tape! Spain now issues official invitations to make your visit easier
- Ryanair emergency landing in Palma
- Take note Spain! Surge in interest in French properties after 90 day rule is relaxed for Britons
- Jumbo jet makes emergency landing in Palma