Incidents in Magalluf have once more been attracting attention in the British press.
There are matters which continue to be of concern, such as the prostitution (and therefore mugging), the activities of PRs, the illegal sale of excursions, the lack of illumination in some streets and security cameras that don’t work.
A major operation in Magalluf at the weekend has resulted in the closure of three restaurants and the impounding of 850 articles considered potentially dangerous to consumers.
The go-ahead has been given to fireworks displays in Capdepera and Alcalfar (Sant Lluís, Minorca), following an initial rejection of permission by the regional government.
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- Palma delays because of air-traffic control and Ryanair strikes
- British residents taking drastic action over driving licences
- First day of Ryanair strike could affect 73,200 passengers on Friday
- Spanish government announces new anti-crisis measures