Visitors will soon need to pay to enter one of Sardinia’s most beautiful beaches as local specialists attempt to moderate the harm done by the crowd.
La Pelosa, a white sandy beach in Stintino, north-west Sardinia has been depicted as a window into paradise, pulling in a huge number of Visitors each mid-year. However, ecological studies show that increasing crowd at the beach compromises the beach’s biological system, provoking Antonio Diana, the city hall leader of Stintino, to present section tickets and set atop on Visitors numbers to €1,500 per day from the following summer.
Diana told a committee meeting on Monday that the measures would at first be actualized as a preliminary. The money collected from the expense would pay for the beach’s supervision and upkeep.
Francesca Demontis, the local tourism councilor, said she was persuaded that the measures would provide a decent outcome.
Smoking on La Pelosa has just been prohibited, as have traders. Beach towels and sacks are additionally prohibited to stop bathers either accidentally or purposefully removing sand. The burglary of sand and shells from Sardinia’s beaches is a major problem and guilty can be fined up to €3,000 (£2,600).
Other important zones of Italy are acquainting section tolls with stem overcrowding, for example, Venice, where authorities intend to charge day-trippers from July. Civita di Bagnoregio, a medieval town bordering Lazio and Umbria, presented an expense in 2013 that it said had been amazingly effective.
Claude Denni was born and raised in San Jose. Claude has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Daily Democrat here in Californiar and NPR. As a journalist for Coastal Morning Star, Claude covers national and international developments.