Strict rules in Spain mean people could be fined £250 for taking their shirt off in public. Plenty of Brits will be flying away in the coming few days over the Easter weekend.
However, there are some rules in the country which means you could lose money. Those heading to the Iberian peninsula should be wary of a range of new fines and laws.
For those heading out to the beach to catch some rays, or returning home, beware of what you’re wearing. Tourists will have to cover up on most public streets or face a fine.
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Men walking around with their shirts off, or women wearing only bikinis or swimwear could be hit with £250 fines. Fines have reportedly already been dished out in Barcelona and Mallorca.
Some Brits could also be fined if they wander down to the beach to sleep under the stars. This is illegal and regions like Valencia impose fines of up to £1,240.
Camping on the beach is also against the law and could result in the same fee having to be paid.
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