The representative of the government of the Britain who is in Ibiza had to say that the downfall that has come in the economy of Spain is becoming the reason a trouble for the young tourists of the UK who are visiting these islands.
Paul Abrey, who is working as the British Consul for the Balearic Islands, was of the view that though the number of visitor has not come down but the level of crimes as well as people visiting hospitals in order to get cash backing so that they can get a treatment for a medical check-up.
All this has come out the banks of Spain had got around 80 billion pounds in the form of emergency loans which was given to them by the other countries of the eurozone.
All this has now put quite a lot of pressure on the government of Spain as they had to borrow quite a lot of money as well as had to make cuts so that they could have the capacity of bearing the effects of the trouble.
Every year around three quarters of a million of tourists come to make a visit to the White Isle that is also known as Ibiza.
Most of these people are young in age as well as they want to have an experience of the nightlife in places such as San Antonio as well as Playa d'en Bossa.
Paul Abrey had to say that during these days, the services have reduced, the number of policemen has reduced as well as the level of crime in the resort has also gone up. This all means very clearly that the country is struggling to make its way out.
Many of the people who work in the bars were of the view that in comparison to the last, in this year, the number of people who can be seen all around the West End area of San Antonio is very little. Apply now with text a loan @ http://www.textaloan.org.uk/ and get amount according to your need.
Clare Gregg, 22 years of age and is from Dublin is here on the trip for her second season. She said that the whole atmosphere is quite subdued here this time but paying a visit to this part of the world is expensive. The charges of entry into a club is 50 euros and even the drinks are also quite costly.
The owners of many of the bars were of the view that the habits of the tourists have also changed. People have now started taking all-inclusive holidays or even having drinks on their own at the apartment before they move out for a sprawl.