The Spanish islands where you can drink as much as you like

TO curb drunken tourism in the Balearic Islands, a new regulation has been imposed on all-inclusive hotels in several Spanish resorts.

British in certain areas of Ibiza and Majorca is only allowed to have six drinks a day when staying at all-inclusive resorts.

Brits at certain all-inclusive resorts in the Balearic Islands are now limited to just six drinks a day

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Brits at certain all-inclusive resorts in the Balearic Islands are now limited to just six drinks a dayPhoto credit: Getty

New rules mean tourists staying in all-inclusive hotels can enjoy to the maximum Six drinks spread throughout the daywith three at lunch and three more at dinner.

While that wouldn’t deter anyone from drinking elsewhere, it would mean that an all-inclusive break would lose value.

The regulations affect tourists in the popular holiday hotspots MagalufEl Arenal and Playa de Palma in Majorca and San Antonio in Ibiza.

There will also be a ban Shops selling alcohol between 9:30 p.m. and 8:00 a.mand a crackdown on advertising that encourages alcohol consumption.

However, the six-drink rule does not apply elsewhere on Mallorca or Ibiza or on the Balearic island of Menorca.

It is also not available in all-inclusive hotels on the major tourist Canary Islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote.

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The six-drink rule doesn’t apply to them either smaller Canaries like La PalmaLa Gomera, El Hierro or La Graciosa.

Hotel owners should be concerned and claim that tourists are already avoiding their establishments, opting for those out of zones.

Travel agency titan Thomas Cook warned customers in an email about package holidays.

It read: “Please note that the Balearic Islands government has issued a decree imposing a new restriction on all-inclusive meals.

“There is a maximum six alcoholic drinks per person per day which can be served and these drinks are only offered at lunch and dinner (3 each).

“Please be aware of this MagalufArenal, Playa de Palma in Majorca and Sant Antoni in Ibiza there are new restrictions on All Inclusive.”

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The law was introduced in 2020 but travel companies have now reiterated the rules as thousands of Brits book holidays to the Spanish islands.

A British tourist recently claimed the new Six drinks rule “ruins” his holiday in Mallorca.

The new rules were put in place to curb drunk tourism in parts of Mallorca and Ibiza

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The new rules were put in place to curb drunk tourism in parts of Mallorca and IbizaPhoto credit: Getty

https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8739548/six-drinks-all-inclusive-spain/ The Spanish islands where you can drink as much as you like

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