Tourists, especially groups of teens and mid-20s holidaying in resorts such as Magaluf, Palmanova and Santa Ponça, should be aware of the crackdowns which have been started in these key ‘booze and beach’ resorts in Mallorca.
Crackdowns have already started in key ‘booze and beach’ holiday destinations in Mallorca which could relieve young tourists of all their spending money if they act in an anti-social fashion.
Magaluf, Palmanova and Santa Ponça, popular with British holidaymakers between late teens and mid-20s in groups seeking cheap alcohol, nightclubs and hi-jinks now sport posters all over their main streets in English and Spanish warning of hefty fines for anyone who fails to behave appropriately in public.
Drinking alcohol in the street will cost them €500 per offence; walking around naked or otherwise indecently – bottom halves or breasts showing – will attract a €400 fine.
Shouting and screaming in the street at any time of the day or night means a fine of €400, as does fighting or any other, similar public disturbance.
The campaign has been published on popular social media in a bid to raise awareness of the new bye-laws before young holidaymakers arrive.
The flags warning of fines are very prominent, meaning there is no excuse for breaking the rules.