Cala D’or has caught the eyes of British holidaymakers.
United Airlines have expanded their direct flights from the United States to Palma,
Millions to be pumped into Balearic tourism.
Balearic island has added even more jewels to its crown.
Spain received more than 13 million British tourists in the first nine months of the year, 14.6% more than in the same period of 2022.
Human pressure in August has increased by 8.72% in ten years.
The Council of Mallorca presents ‘Commitment to Responsible Tourism in Mallorca’ at the WTM in London
“The Commitment will help Mallorca to keep its reputation as one of the best destinations in the Mediterranean intact.”
The Balearic authorities at the World Travel Market in London.
“Everybody is welcome in Calvia, we want everyone to live and holiday in harmony, respect the laws and have a wonderful experience”
“A new Law of Responsible Tourism will be introduced and it will apply to the whole of the Balearics because we all know that foreign tourists are not to blame for all of the antisocial behaviour.”
Mallorca is one of Europe's top tourist destinations.
Tourism in the EU grew sustainability between 2009 and 2019 before it became one of the most affected sectors hit by COVID in 2020.
Britons are leading the foreign tourist market to the Balearics.
Britons travelling to European countries in the Schengen zone will be required to apply online for an Etias at a cost of €7 and it will be valid for three years.
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