Spain has reopened to tourists – its beaches are already receiving the first wave of Europeans and Britons who have “seized” their favorite resorts. For the Russians, we recall, getting to the Iberian Peninsula is problematic – only with the help of connecting flights and transfers. At the same time, the joy of tourists vacationing in Spain is overshadowed by gigantic fines that can follow not only the “balconing” once invented by British vacationers, but also more innocent entertainment. In general, for almost everything. Moreover, the fines are serious – they reach up to 3 thousand euros or 300 thousand rubles.
Here are examples of the most severe fines:
- The aforementioned amount of 3 thousand euros, tourists risk paying for a relatively innocent activity – namely, barbecuing on the beach without permission. In some places, for example, in Grenada, for frying sausages, you can “fly in” for a huge fine. In any case, tourists are advised to ask if it is possible to camp here “for barbecue”.
- A little cheaper – but also sensitive to the wallet – a night's sleep on the beach can cost, and it doesn't matter whether it's a “wild” camping with tents, or, as the publication puts it, rest “after a long drunken night.” Sleeping on the beach in Valencia can cost you a fine of 1,500 euros.
- Blows on the purse of tourists also agitate to observe public decency. Tourists are warned that there is an opportunity to sunbathe in what the mother gave birth in Spain – but only on special beaches, including Playa la Tejita and Playa de la Pelada in Tenerife. But those who decide to undress on a non-nudist beach will most likely earn a fine of up to 750 euros.
- By the way, it is also not recommended to walk the streets in a “beach” form – tourists face a fine of 300 euros for walking through the streets of the city in swimming trunks or in a bikini.
- And, finally, ecology. Tourists are strongly discouraged from washing with soap and shampoo in beach showers. This harms marine life and could lighten the wallet by as much as 750 euros. Smoking on some beaches, by the way, is also prohibited – this applies to beaches in almost all popular resorts – in Galicia, Murcia, Catalonia, Andalusia, Asturias, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. True, the fine is relatively moderate – only 30 euros.
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