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Holidays in Croatia: Tourists have to be careful! Everyday action on the beach now costs a fine of 200 euros

Holidays in Croatia: Tourists have to be careful! Everyday action on the beach now costs a fine of 200 euros

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in the vacation in Croatia the beautiful beaches are particularly popular with tourists.

Travelers are increasingly leaving themselves in their Vacation get carried away to an action on the beach, which the authorities of an island in Croatia obviously goes against the grain. Therefore, they now face hefty penalties.

Vacation in Croatia: Authorities have had enough and are taking action against the brazen tourist action

Be it in Croatia, Italy, Spain or anywhere else – the same picture everywhere on the beaches. Abandoned loungers “reserved” by a towel. Germans in particular have the reputation of wanting to secure the best seat with a view of the sea through this brazen action.

In a hotel in Spain, employees are now taking cold action against the annoying tourist habit (read more here). As the Croatian news portal “24sata” reports, citing RTL, the authorities in Baška on the island of Krk now want to take consistent action against this problem.

Vacation in Croatia: “Reservers” face a 200-euro penalty

After the “props left behind” were only collected and stowed away, but mostly never picked up by their owners, other measures are now being taken. Anyone who reserves a place on the beach of Novi Vinodolski in the future faces a hefty fine.


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Those affected can expect a fine of up to 1,500 kuna (approx. 200 euros). Tourists who parked their towel on the lounger overnight to mark their territory should learn a lesson. If the punishment in Croatia bears fruit, other regions could possibly follow suit. (cg)

Source: Derwesten

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