How do I work out the tourism tax for 2019? We are staying in Cala Bona from 27th April - 4th May, 3 adults in what I believe is a 4 star hotel. Not sure if we will pay low season or high season or a mixture of the 2!! thanks
I asked my hotel to tell me what the charge will be, The replied swiftly with a reply
You don't need to waste timing fussing about contacting hotels - use the online calculator https://www.saposoft.com/en/citsb/ , you enter the dates, number of 16+ individuals and official hotel class (you can find that on the hotel's own website) and it does it all in a few seconds .
In the case of your enquiry above I put those details in and up popped the answer - 39.60euros (36euros +IVA)Edited: 7:08 pm, February 18, 2019
On the link that Trinet posted it says children age '16 and under' are exempt which implies that 16 year olds don't pay, but on the calculator that MenorcaRegular posted it says '16 years or older' have to pay which implies that they do.
Does anyone know which one is correct? Thanks
16 and over have to pay, the article on the MDB is wrong.
Thanks for clearing that up for me :)
Please can you tell me how much the levy is for staying 11 nights in cala bona majorca in hotel from 16th April 2019 to 27th April.
Please see Post 3 - there is a link there to an online calculator . You type in the dates of your stay the type and OFFICAL rating of your accommodation (not Tui or Thos Cook's own customer survey based rating which might be different) , the number of persons aged 16 and the website gives you the exact figure including IVA.
Can anyone let me now what is the easiest way of paying the ecotax for clients in my touristic let house in Colonia St Pere thanks?
Also were to I submit/present the passports for clients above 16 years of age...can I email them across to somewhere or/and is some form needed to be completed with the passports? Thanks for any advice. Mette
You should speak to a gestor specialising in tourism. We use Ceinco, in Porreres.
Regarding passports, you need to register with the local Guardia civil. Then there's a web site where you input the data from the passports and id cards. You will need a login provided by the Guardia civil.