Visitor number of relatively stagnant due to the revival of competing destinations like Greece and Turkey.
With legislation on holiday rentals and all-inclusives in the pipeline, there are going to be ever-increasing demands placed on inspection.
Tui is reporting a 7% increase in foreign holiday bookings by UK tourists for next summer.
The UK being outside the common European aviation area will have an impact on airlines such as Ryanair and easyJet.
The current boom in the Balearics and Spain has been assisted by tourists who have been "borrowed" from other destinations.
The national hoteliers federation CEHAT and the Exceltur alliance for touristic excellence have both pleaded with the Balearic government to put the tourist tax on hold.
This was an increase of almost 46% in tourist spending over last February.
The average annual amount spent on wine in the Balearics is 153.8 euros per annum.
The survey suggests that the Balearics was the region of Spain that attracted most tourist spending in August - 2,364 million euros.