It is tempting to many, but now it can be very expensive. It’s about how you dress when visiting the Canary Islands.
Because now they are tired of tourists dressed vulgarly and immodestly. And if you make one of these 163 mistakes, you should be ready to empty your travel coffers.
Now it’s over
The local authorities in the municipality of Mogan in Gran Canaria are late.
Mogans thus becomes the first municipality in the Canary Islands to introduce new rules to radically clean up the area’s image and attract a “better class” of tourism. That is why they have adopted a new law on “coexistence and citizen security” which includes as many as 163 restrictions, the newspaper writes. Canary Weekly.
This will be expensive
Violating the rules could result in fines of up to 3,000 euros, roughly NOK 31,500, he writes. Fly Smart 24.
Now they want to replace drunken tourists with quality tourism.
And you should pay special attention to the way you dress.
From now on, the authorities will, among other things, ban and punish people who walk on the streets, into shops, or in restaurants and cafes when they are wearing swimsuits or bikini tops. The same applies to those who go out without their breasts.
Bikini briefs and Speedos are only accepted when on the beach, poolside or your veranda/porch.
Turn the party around
If you are planning a stag or other wild party in Gran Canaria, you should think twice.
Because the authorities want to put an end to the alcoholic and noisy companies that either wander along the street or settle in the open air. Carrying sex toys and inflatable sex dolls are also strictly enforced.
Emphasis is also occurring elsewhere in Spain.
Welcome to Malaga
Popular destinations like Ibiza and Mallorca have struggled for years with tourists raving loudly about more or less undressing during the day and evening. Therefore, the police have intensified their work to eliminate alcohol and party tourism, which ruins the holidays of other tourists and the lives of permanent residents.
Malaga, which is visited by 300 thousand Norwegians every year, also took off the silk gloves. If you are caught undressing excessively or wearing lewd clothing, or being drunk and making noise or disturbing others, you can be fined €750, approximately NOK 7,850, on the spot.
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