Published on : Wednesday, August 2, 2017
The hoteliers are drawing up a blacklist of guests who are banned in Majorca, because of rowdy behaviour also. Here the drunken tourism has been stained the island.
Magaluf is a major holiday destination in Spain, popular for the bars and nightlife. The resorts and pubs are focused on the binge drinking tourism and fast food.
Hoteliers in Magaluf say that they are ready to tackle the problem of “tourism excesses” head on and will no longer tolerate the situation.
It is understood to be the first time hotel owners have gone this far and affects all potential troublespots in Majorca but especially Magaluf and Platja de Palma.
The tourists are mostly Dutch and were expelled even though they had paid for their rooms and still had four days to go of their holiday.
The tourism chiefs say the troublemakers are not always British but of various nationalities, including Germans.
There are two German visitors were added to the blacklist for also throwing furniture around and another seven, also from Germany, for vandalism.
Here the sexual aggression on the beach is widely dominant. The new Mayor of Palma, Antoni Noguera has already pledged to ask Germany tutor the responsible tourism.
In one recent incident, a group of five German tourists, aged between 20 and 28, were arrested for causing around 5,000 euros worth of damage to a hotel’s lift. The group of drunken tourists got stuck in it and had to be released by service engineers who found the roof had been prized open and drinks were littered around the interior of the hotel.