Palma de Mallorca, a popular destination in the Balearic Islands and a port with 419.400 inhabitants, has started implementing a decision to limit the number of cruisers that will be allowed to dock in this port. A few days ago, the Autonomous Government of the Island of Mallorca signed an agreement with the International Cruise Lines Association (CLIA) stating that a maximum of three cruisers a day may enter the port from 2023, and only ...
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