Spain holiday warning as Canary and Balearic Islands face extreme weather – 'be careful'

The most affected areas are the south east of Majorca and the access roads to some popular beaches around the island.

The resort of Cala Santanyí, Cala Figuera, Campos and Portocolom were some of the areas which saw over 100 litres of rain per square metre and other parts of Majorca also saw power cuts during the weekend.

Santanyi’s mayor, Maria Pons, commented: “We are trying to reestablish normality as soon as possible with the municipal cleaning company and with people who help us.

“We are also in contact with the electricity companies to see if they can reestablish the supply as soon as possible.”

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