Beach Tourism in Spain Likely Opened in June

Beach Tourism in Spain Likely Opened in June – All beaches in Spain may be re-opened for tourists to visit in mid-June this year. The possibility arises, after the conflict related predictions the tourism industry will not return to normal until the end of 2020.

Spanish Labor Minister Yolanda He faces a big backlash after suggesting hotels and recreation companies might not open again this year, The Sun.

The various resorts on the Spanish mainland, as well as in the Canary Islands and Balearics, are determined to fight that gloomy view. Even though they only accept domestic tourists, until the European border is reopened.

Beach Tourism in Spain Likely Opened in June

A major step is the direction for awareness of visitors to keep each other distance. Or, another way, for example, the beach is given some type of barrier between visitors. The barrier is to mark the distance between people.

Conil de la Frontera is a city famous for beach tourism in Andalusia. The mayor of Conil de la Frontera, Juan Bermudez, considers that measures to control the capacity of the beach are very difficult in several places.

The entire coastline on the Costa de la Luz is wider, controlling capacity is undoubtedly far more complicated, he said.

Andalusian Coast Maintenance Adviser Daniel Barbero strives that coastal tourism can immediately receive tourists. We think that the beach will open on June 15 and will be a ‘Covid Free’ destination, he said.

Barbero explained that both destinations and tourist companies are working hard to readiness to accept tourists when restrictions are lifted. We fully acknowledge the premise that health must take precedence in every decision made, he said. Poker Online Sulawesi Selatan

However, according to him economic conditions cannot be ignored. Because tourism has a large contribution from economic activity, “I am optimistic that from now until the summer the situation will change,” said Mayor of Benalmadena, VĂ­ctor Navas.

As for workers in manufacturing, construction, and some services, some returned to work on April 13. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez hopes the pandemic will recede until it is likely to head towards normal conditions in June.

At the end of June, it will enter a new normal if the epidemic remains under control, he said, BBC reported.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *