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Strong criticism against the new turistlag in Spain
"Strong criticism of the new turistlag in Spain"

"Want to keep down the number of visitors on the turistöarna"

"The beautiful Spanish islands of Cíes, Ons, Sálvora and Cortegada attracts lots of tourists due to its stunning beaches which are considered some of the best in the world. nMen the islands are threatened by mass tourism, and the authorities want to limit the turistantalet – tourism experts to crumble. nFärre visitors can ”kill” the islands."

"the national Park Islas Atlánticas in Galicia in Spain's northwest corner includes the Cíes islands and the islands of Ons, Cortegada and Sálvora. "

"the Islands have stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and beaches that can make anyone to lose the chin. Pure white sand and wonderful turquoise waters, a large number of tourists to the islands. "

"There are already strict rules for visitors with the aim to protect animals and nature. But now they want to galician authorities impose even more stringent laws and reduce the number of visitors to the islands, reports The Sun. "

"During the high season, from easter to september, the island will Wed only receive the 1 300 people per day. Cíes may only receive 1 to 800 visitors. During the off-season will receive a maximum of 450 visitors to the two islands. "

"Sálvora and Cortegada will only receive 250 visitors per day of the year according to the new rules. The authorities are also planning to prohibit a particular boat shuttle to the islands in order to keep down the number of tourists. "

"It's got both the tourism industry and travel experts to collapse. They believe that the new law is starry, and that it does not match the demand. In addition, there is a great risk that local companies that rely on revenue from the tourism industry on the island will be forced to put it down. An argument against the law is that ”It will kill the islands”. "

"Instead, if you want to see more information campaigns on how tourists should behave the islands and how they can protect animals and nature. "

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