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Drinking on the street is now banned

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The fines range from ?100 to ?599 (?88 to ?527) for “minor” offences, including throwing cigarette butts or shining a laser beam on the streets, to more “serious” misdemeanours, for which the fine is ?600 to ?1,499 (?528 to ?1,319), and “very serious” violations, including serving alcoholic drinks to those under the age of 18, where it is ?1,500 to ?3,000 (?1,320 to ?2,640).


Local bars and cafes can also face fines for serving alcohol to those who are already drunk, or serving drinks or food to be consumed on the street, while owners must “ensure good order” and event organisers “must guarantee people’s safety”.









Climbing trees is not permitted

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Many of the new restrictions were reportedly proposed as a response to nearly 15,000 complaints made annually by locals to the council and police. The latest ruling forms part of a five-year, ?214? million regeneration programme first introduced in 2015, for which British police were sent to Magaluf to help keep tourists in check. The initiative was in part a response to a film of an 18-year-old woman performing sex acts on 24 men during a pub crawl on the Punta Ballena strip that went viral.









Magaluf hopes to transform itself into a family-friendly destination

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Last month, new regulation that limits music noise in ...ents to under 60 decibels was introduced in the area, with 65 decibels – equivalent to laughter or a hair dryer – triggering a sound limiter that automatically mutes the volume.


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