Orinar, usar gel o jugar a las palas: multas de hasta 3.000 euros por hacer esto en las playas de Málaga

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The Málaga coast, a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike, has been enjoying the freedom of sun, sand, and sea for decades. But, despite the relaxing atmosphere, there are still some rules that must be respected to ensure a pleasant experience for all beachgoers.

According to the Municipal Ordinance for the Use and Enjoyment of Málaga's Beaches, established in 2004, there are certain activities that are prohibited in the designated areas. Among these are games, sports, and exercises that could disturb other users, including the use of balloons or rackets. These activities are only allowed in specific areas and with a minimum distance of 6 meters from other bathers.

Another regulation that may surprise some visitors is the prohibition on using shampoo or gel in the showers or washing themselves with them in the sea. And, yes, you read that correctly – it's not allowed to cook or make fires directly on the sand or rocks either. And don't even think about evacuating your bodily functions anywhere except the designated toilets!

Moreover, the use of loudspeakers, cassette tapes, CDs, or other noise-making devices is strictly prohibited in the beach area, as is the realization of any sound-emitting event that could cause discomfort to others. This is an effort to maintain a peaceful atmosphere and prevent noise pollution.

Furthermore, there are strict rules regarding animals on the beach. Except for service dogs, it's not permitted to bring domestic pets to the water or bathing areas. And, while fishing is allowed in some designated areas, there are specific times when it's prohibited, namely from 10 am to 9 pm. Outside of these times, however, fishermen can cast their lines without restrictions.

One more rule that might surprise visitors is the ban on food sales on the beach. This includes a wide range of products, from bocadillos to snacks, as well as refreshments and other food items.

Lastly, it's worth mentioning that the fines for not respecting these rules can range from 300 to 3,000 euros, depending on the severity of the infraction.

In conclusion, while it may seem restrictive at first, the Municipal Ordinance for the Use and Enjoyment of Málaga's Beaches is in place to ensure a pleasant experience for all visitors. By respecting these simple rules, beachgoers can help maintain a safe, clean, and enjoyable environment for everyone.

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