Those holidaying in the Balearic Islands will have to pay double the amount as presently, in the form of Eco Tax, supposedly to finance projects that will compensate for the enormous increase of the population during the holiday season and its impact on the environment.
New is that those that arrive by cruiseships all have to pay as well, while before this was only the case if they remained on Balearic soil for more than 12 hours.
Tax amounts vary from tourists staying on campings or in albergues – 1 euro per person per day, to those renting holiday property from private owners or those that visit the islands as part of a cruise – 2 euros per person per day, to those staying in high-end hotels or appartment complexes – 4 euros per person per day.
Discounts for those under 16 and during the off-season.
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