Spain cracks down on Brits behaving badly

Wednesday, 21 Jun, 2022 0

Spain is imposing a raft of new regulations to curb tourists ‘ant-social behaviour and ‘drunken tourism.’

The city of Vigo in Galicia will fine people £640 ($785).if they are caught taking a pee in the sea.

The city hasn’t said how it intends to police it.

In Mallorca, Playa de Palma restaurants are imposing a dress code, banning swimsuits and football shiirts.

The rules will be flexible during the day but at night will operate a zero-tolerance policy.

The Balearic Islands have been cracking down on drunken visitors with various measures including limiting alcohol sales.

Balaeric Islands President Francina Armengol recently hit out at rowdy tourists.

“It is neither the kind of tourism we want nor what residents deserve,” she said.

The ‘excess decree’ applies to areass of Magaluf, Playa de Palma and San Antonio, Ibiza.

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