Spain’s Balearic Islands to fine illegal tourist rentals

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) – Spain’s Balearic Islands will from Tuesday penalize landlords for illegally renting apartments to tourists with fines of up to 40,000 euros ($47,228) amid a backlash…






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