New regulations could shut down Ibiza’s loudest beach clubs and hotel pool parties in an attempt to curb neighbourhood noise disturbance.
The campaign to tackle rowdy revellers by local political party Podemos has gained traction as Spain’s Balearic Islands seek to distance themselves from drunken party tourism.
Local authorities are determined to focus on a more sustainable future for both visitors and island residents, which could include clamping down on outdoor discos that affect local communities.
In January 2022 the government approved new laws that require all tourism businesses to implement a series of sustainability measures.
Under these new laws, the Balearic Islands – which encompass Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera – are
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