Ibiza Just Drastically Changed Its Nightlife Laws with New Club Curfew

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Ibiza… where the party don’t stop ’till… 3 am?


Officials have banned clubs in a section Ibiza from staying open past 3 am. It’s all party the “” crackdown in San Antonio. Despite the destination city being a party capitol and all, the clubs will shut down hours before the regular 5 am/6 am curfew patrons have come to expect.

Another will also ensure open-air terraces are cleared by 11 pm, rather than 2 am. It’s a move that makes the popular party spot — West End — an area “acoustic protection.” In addition, restaurants, shops, and other places that serve “take away” alcohol will have to stop doing so at 11 pm.

The declaration the does allow a six month grace period for clubs to adhere to new soundproing regulations. New openings clubs, bars, or venues in this designated zone will be blocked if the noise restriction levels fail to be met. The goal is to bring the noise pollution in the area down from 85.9 to 55 during rest time.

Local council is to enforce these new rules, as Mayor Josep Tur wants to improve on image. He the council is seeking other ways to keep the local economy afloat, instead “noisy tourism.”

 

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