Andalucia BBQ Ban Now In Place

Andalucia BBQ Ban Now In Place – barbecues and open fires are now banned until at least mid-October in an effort to prevent devastating fires on the Costa Del Sol

Andalucia BBQ Ban Now In Place

The annual ban on barbecues and fires in Andalucia is now in place, and will last until at least mid-October.  All barbecues are banned within 400 feet of woodland and forests, and fires must not be lit in fields.  The ban evens includes designated barbecue spaces at public campsites.

The police have promised to strictly enforce this ban, and will be patrolling public spaces to check for fires and barbecues.  Some tourist establishments, restaurants, and educational camps are permitted to have fires and barbecues, but only with a permit from the local town hall.

Written by Dave James

Published: 07.06.2017

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