A recent article reports on the approval of new regulations in Ibiza regarding tourist licenses and the protection of rustic land. The modification includes the regulation of agro-stays and prohibits the issuance of tourist licenses for properties located on rustic land. The article also highlights the opposition of the PSOE group who believes that the modifications will lead to increased speculation in the tourism sector and threaten the protection of rustic land.
5 Things You Need To Know
– The new regulations in Ibiza prohibit the issuance of tourist licenses for properties located on rustic land.
– The modifications also include the regulation of agro-stays, allowing the rental of up to three rooms in payese houses for a maximum of two months per year.
– The PSOE group opposes the modifications, claiming that they will lead to increased speculation in the tourism and urban development sectors.
– The PSOE group also calls for the elimination of 9,000 pending tourist licenses and the development of a Plan for Intervention in Tourist Areas to address saturation and the elimination of accommodations.
– The PSOE group criticizes the current state of tourism in Ibiza, citing issues such as illegal taxis, parties, and an increase in accidents on the roads.
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