Benidorm has ditched its beach reservation system after just six weeks

todayAugust 31, 2020

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Benidorm has ditched its beach reservation system after just six weeks as there aren’t enough tourists in the resort.
The local council says sunbathers just have to turn up at the main Levante beach in the future as the prior booking site has been de-activated.
In future, to help with controls over possible coronavirus outbreaks through beach parties, it’ll now close at 9pm…a move which has been introduced in other resorts.
Since June 15th when they reopened, the beaches have registered 1.8 million users but Benidorm’s mayor, Toni Pérez says prior booking will no longer be needed from today due to a decrease in demand.

Written by: BayRadio News

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