Covid passport to be scrapped
Covid passport to be scrapped.
What will happen in Mallorca?
The Spanish Prime Minister has left it a bit late to call a Covid meeting today.
Spain's coronavirus infections keep rising, regions impose restrictions
Simon said the infection hike in Catalonia could be attributed to the increasing arrival of domestic and foreign tourists amid the spread of the more contagious Delta variant.
Global air travel demand 63% lower in May vs pre-pandemic -IATA
IATA director general Willie Walsh called on governments to better co-ordinate between themselves to aid the airline industry's recovery.
Restaurant association slams government for killling sector
The association also draws attention to the different treatment for hotels, where guests can use interior spaces for lunch and dinner.
Are restrictions being lifted too quickly in Mallorca?
Going on holiday.....forget your hand luggage and pack your mask
Spain's Prime Minister has encouraged tourists to start booking holidays in the country from July.
Out & About
I’m concentrating on the light at the end of the tunnel, and happy to spend the day at home baking a bunnie’s favourite -delicious carrot, fruit and nut loaf!
Town hall proposing new restrictions on Palma's terraces
The Majorca Restaurants Association believes that the new restrictions will force the closure of some 500 terraces.
Water reserves in the Balearics keep falling
Five municipalities - Banyalbufar, Binissalem, Estellencs, Selva and Valldemossa - have so far introduced restrictions, with Banyalbufar looking at cuts to supplies to rural areas.
Centre of Palma closed to non-resident traffic from 12 July
Except for authorised vehicles, there will be no turning onto the Antoni Maura avenue as from next Tuesday.
“Many restaurant owners have had a nightmare Christmas period...”
Jason Moore28/12/2021 09:36