Pollensa continues to have the most holiday lets in the Balearics.
The Mallorca Hoteliers Federation doesn't believe that EU regulation will provide a definitive solution to illegal lets.
"When they say that they prefer less intervention, what they mean is that they prefer lower salaries and more temporary contracts."
Nine of Mallorca's municipalities have tourist accommodation places which greatly exceed the resident populations.
Airbnb was told to remove the ads, but didn't.
There have been complaints in Santa Catalina for several years.
Less illegal accommodation because of a tougher inspection regime.
Just under a quarter of all dwellings are holiday rentals; the town hall says there are no issues access to housing.
Publicity has been given to crackdowns in the past; this time it seems to be working.
Pollensa has the most places for renewal.
Holiday apartment lets are banned in Palma, but this hasn't stopped them being advertised.
The method is legal, but the evidence gathered may prove to be insufficient.
"No noise" - a holiday rental property in Ibiza.
Systems would notify owners and the police if there is excessive noise.
For now, the tactic will be specific to Palma, where there is a ban on all apartments being let as tourist accommodation.
"Toughest holiday rentals law..."
Canary Islands politician Pedro Quevedo applauds Balearic policy to limit holiday rentals and tourist accommodation places.