THE Mayor of Calvia, Alfonso Rodriguez, met with the British Vice-Consuls for the Balearic Islands and Mallorca, Gillian Brion, and Elaine Brannan, respectively.
They discussed several matters of current interest and focused on extended relations between the town hall and the consulate, given the importance of British tourism in Calvia. There are also around 9,000 Britons living in the town all year-round.
They evaluated the summer season and how tourism has evolved in the area. The vice-consuls commented that more conflicting situations had fallen this summer compared to other years.
The Councillor for Sport, Youth and Foreign Residents, Eva Serra, and the person in charge of foreign residents in the town, Dolina Reynolds, also attended the meeting.