Hoteliers complain that there was an increase in criminal activity and tourist anti-social behaviour this summer.
Promotional messages will be familiar, but some faces won't be, while there will also be reform of the tourism of excesses law.
To have amendment to the tourism of excesses law in place for the 2024 season would be "extraordinary".
"One on one side of the road you have the law and on the other side you don't."
The tourism of excesses law "has not been able to stop those negative and viral images that we all know".
The hoteliers accuse Palma town hall and the Council of Mallorca of inaction in responding to reports of illegal activities.
A fine of 60,000 euros.
Street sellers, tourist supermarkets and the 'latero' sellers of alcohol.
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Five foreign tourists have each been fined 36,000 euros.
The street sellers take advantage of the tourism of excesses law.
An attempt to control the unwanted effects of so-called study trips.
"There is no end to the drinking; some are still drunk on the streets at nine in the morning."
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