Porto Cristo, its name having been separated into two words, has ambitions to be an independent municipality.
It may be a little chilly out there but it is no way near as cold as the UK and low-season bookings for Spain and the Balearics are holding up well.
The great trading nation promised with Brexit has not come about; in fact it is more difficult to get British products.
All these factors contribute to the commuter feel where the only people in town during the day are the carers of young children and the elderly.
Sad stories like this serve to remind us not to sweat the small stuff as life can be cut short in a whisper.
Powerful messaging is required rather than relying on a responsible tourism pledge via a website.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has managed to cobble together a macro coalition but very few people honestly think he will be able to keep it together for the next four years.
“A government formed by a party which didn´t even win the election propped up by Spain’s most wanted man....”
Local residents have been to the Town Hall to see the plans and were surprised and the size and scale of the new hotel rising from the ashes.
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