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JELLYFISH are invading the beaches of Mallorca as a result of recent storms. Images of the aquatic creatures, normally found in the Atlantic Ocean, Indian...
A HUGE chunk of money from the controversial tourist tax is to be spent on replenishing the Balearics’ underwater posidonia plant. Around one million euros...
Project would have brought more than 2,000 new moorings to Balearics
BEFORE returning to Real Madrid on August 5, Cristiano Ronaldo has been sailing around the Balearic Islands. First the Portuguese football star, along with his...
Campaigners welcome 'end of cruel spectacle' as Madrid vows to fight legislation
Some 26 beach boats and four specialized vessels for spills and emergencies
Rescue teams must respond when fans fire distress flares to celebrate during Barca v Real games
Only around 77,000 signed up to to pay fee of more than €300
Taxi drivers feel their business is being undercut by the cheaper prices
If you’re looking for your own slice of paradise, look no further than Mallorca
The plant is unique to the mediterranean sea
British holidaymakers warned of dangerous ‘crush’ this summer as tourists avoid terror hotspots for Spain
Environmentalists have warned that Spanish cities could become severely overcrowded
Holiday-makers in Ibiza will face an extra 'eco-tax'
The Spanish Ambassador to Nigeria labelled Spain as Nigeria’s ‘best client’
Great news for the economy as Spain welcomes record numbers of foreign tourists so far this year, with Catalunya the most popular region
President of the archipelago threatens divorce from Spain over oil-drilling
'Don't walk home alone or it could cost you your life'