Is there a "tourist tax" on Mallorca?

Yes, on the Balearic Islands there has been the so-called "Ecotasa" (visitor's tax) since 1 July 2016, which must be paid by all tourists to Mallorca. The amount depends on the category of accommodation and is EUR 2.00 for fincas and holiday homes on Mallorca in the period from 1 May to 31 October and EUR 0.50 in the period from 1 November to 30 April (plus 10% VAT (IVA) in each case). From the 9th day of stay, this is reduced by half in each case. It is only payable by persons aged 16 and over.

The "Ecotasa" is either already included in the nightly price of a finca or must be paid in cash to the finca landlord during the stay (ideally directly upon arrival). Please note that the finca landlord must take your personal details (and may even make a copy of your passport) when collecting the "Ecotasa".

If the Ecotasa for a finca must be paid in cash on site, this will be indicated in the service description and in the booking confirmation. The finca owner will ask you about this during your stay. You are also welcome to take a look at point 4 of our terms and conditions.

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