The stag and the hen are warned of the new rules if they travel to Spain


A warning has been issued for Britons traveling to Spain this summer. If you’re planning on spending a week in the Spanish sun with stag and hen parties, the resorts have stricter rules in place.

Loud noises, chants and chants could result in a hefty fine for holidaymakers. Noise monitors have been installed in some hotels and police are expected to patrol the areas.

More officers have been deployed to areas like the Costa del Sol. And, according to reports, agents will be in popular tourist areas from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., BirminghamLive reports.

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Avelino Barrionuevo, security adviser, said the new measures were due to the city becoming “very fashionable for bachelorette weekends”. It also comes amid a crackdown on all-inclusive drinking.

“Please note that a decree has been issued by the Balearic Government on a new restriction for all-inclusive meal options,” Thomas Cook’s message reads. “There is a maximum of six alcoholic beverages per person per day that may be served and these beverages will only be provided during lunch and dinner (three each).”

Authorities in the Balearic Islands have also ended free bars, happy hours, organized pub crawls, two-for-one drink deals and party boat advertising in some areas. The new rules apply to Magaluf and Ibiza.


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