"We have to ensure safety against possible infections, but we need the English to solve our economy. It is very destroyed." Whoever speaks like this is the owner of one of the few bars open in Magaluf, the epicenter of British tourism in the Balearic Islands and, above all, a favorite destination for young English people on the islands. The streets practically deserted with tourists contrast with those of the excesses of other years. If English was, before the pandemic, the "native" language of this Calvià nucleus, now it is Spanish and French that predominate in recent weeks in an atypical scenario.