Magaluf pub crawls find ways to sidestep laws

PUB crawling is resisting attempts to eradicate it from Magaluf by using different methods to attract takers.
In May, Calvia Town Hall approved changes to laws which could restrict the activity as it can’t be banned. The number of participants has been reduced to 20 maximum, companies can only carry out one pub crawling expedition per day, a guide and a security guard must be present, companies must have civil liability insurance and the expeditions must take place between 8pm and midnight.
However, mobile phone Apps are being used to avoid the laws, promoting offers at certain bars and advising on what time to attend. This way, an individual service is offered and users make their own decision on which bars to visit.
Calvia is also looking for ways to put an end to the brothels which are popping up all over Magaluf, which they consider to be bad for the appearance of the town. There are currently 14 brothels in Magaluf. To start with, police presence will be increased.

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