Ibiza tourists without accomodation

Ibiza tourists without accommodation will have to pay a €10,000 fine

10,000 euros ! That’s the fine non-European tourists will have to pay if they visit Ibiza without having booked accommodation in advance. This measure is designed to combat anti-social behaviour on the island.

The joke is over ! To deal with the abuse that occurs on the island of Ibiza during the summer season, the Spanish authorities have decided to tighten the rules for non-European tourists. From now on, Ibiza tourists holding a non-European passport without accommodation will be fined up to €10,000. They will have to prove it when they arrive on the island.

The new rule, introduced by the Spanish authorities, stipulates that tourists arriving on Ibiza must present confirmation of their accommodation booking or a ‘carta de invitación’ from their host, the latter having to be authorised by the local police.

The party’s over !

But that’s not all : the British government is also advising visitors to bring a valid return or onward ticket and to check that their passport is up to date. The new measures come against a backdrop of tougher rules on the Balearic Islands, where restrictions aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour have been in place since 2022.

Last year, Ibiza councillors even considered banning new holiday lets in response to soaring rents. And for those who like to spend a little too much on their holidays, bans are now being considered for intoxicated British tourists who break the rules… The party’s over !

Source : djmag.com