Spanish resident records noisy tourists from balcony
Spanish locals in residential areas of tourist hotspot, Magaluf, have been recording the rowdy scenes that keep residents awake at night, a problem which residents say is a becoming ‘horrendous’.
Tourists have been filmed by residents, from their balconies at home, as they parade through the streets in the early hours of the morning.
In various recordings, the “horrendous” visitors seemed to be drunk, are singing and screaming as they walk through the streets at night.
One resident living in Avinguda de l’Olivera said: “They walk down the street in flocks. It’s horrendous and we have to put up with it every day. These noises can last well into the morning.”
Speaking to a local media outlet in the Balearic Islands, Ultima Hora, she added: “Magaluf seems like the city that never sleeps.”
The resident admits that during non-peak holiday season, Spanish students also make a lot of noise and occasionally make a scene at night.
However, during the summer months, these rowdy visitors are “undoubtedly foreigners”.
She jokingly added: “The locals think that these groups of tourists come from the Pirates Adventure show! Nobody sleeps on this street.”
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Local residents are reportedly concerned that police officers “ignore” the situation. This neighbour confessed: “I’ve seen local police and the Guardia Civil doing nothing. They just patrol.”
She also was concerned that some tourists “walk around naked” whereas others “throw rubbish in the street”.
According to Statista.com, international holidaymakers are the key drivers for the tourism sector for this Spanish region, with foreign tourists staying for 7.2 days on average in 2021.
In 2022, more than 15 million British tourists headed to Spain, with the UK being the main country of origin for international tourism for the country.
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