By Pepi Sappal •
Published: 01 Jun 2020 • 2:17
Beaches across the country are introducing new beach regulations to minimise the risk of Covid-19 contagion.
Coastal towns across Spain are introducing new beach rules and regulations for both local and international holidaymakers after de-escalation, so they can enjoy the country’s beaches safely, and avoid the risk of Covid-19 contagion.
ALTHOUGH certain rules and regulations vary according to province/region, there are some rules that apply to all regions. Not adhering to some of the new beach restrictions could result in fines of up to €3,000. Here are some of the new beach rules that must be observed to ensure everyone’s safety.
6. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
7. Families/individuals are advised to spend no more than four hours on the beach, either in the morning or afternoon to avoid overcrowding.
8. Use bags to store waste, ensuring they are closed and disposed of properly in the rubbish bin (on the beach) or waste container (in the street). Fines will be issued for not disposing of face masks/gloves properly.
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Are the government in Spain totally out of sync. The new regulations for the beaches are just stupid.
Shower before going
Shower when you leave
Not aloud smoking.
Wandering what that group was smoking when they made this rules
I didnt read anything about not smoking nor about not using toilet. It says to wear flip flops when using toilet. Think youve been reading something not there
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