Drinking on the street will incur a €700 (£620) fine Credit: GETTY Hvar is not the only European destination getting tough on anti-social behaviour this summer.
Hvar will be handing out fines to tourists who are drinking in the street, walking around without a shirt, wearing only a bathing suit, and more. Details here. Croatian Island to Fine Tourists for Peeing in the Streets and Going Topless | Luxury Travel Advisor
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A new bylaw introduced this year in Dubrovnik mean that tourists who are topless or wearing swimwear on the streets of the historic old town will be fined of up to £250.
The mayor of Croatia’s popular party resort island of Hvar has pledged to put an end to debauchery by mostly young British tourists and improve their behaviour by slapping them with huge fines.
Croatian holiday island Hvar to fine lewd, rude and drunk tourists Fed-up mayor of destination popular with young British fun-seekers tries to stop debauchery with penalties of up to €700 Agence
The Croatian island of Hvar has been in the news recently thanks to the increasing number of rowdy tourists turning the classy destination into a boozed-up free-for-all.
#10 Nudity at Croatia top beaches is confusing, part 2. Naturism has a long tradition at the Croatian coast. We are wild, unrepressed people with no issues around enjoying our body. Actually we are quite famous for casually introducing topless sun-bathing all around the coast. Naked boobs? Rolling hills of half-naked butts? Bring them on.
The Mayor of the Croatian town Novalja, located in the island Pag in the Croatian part of Adriatic Sea, also complained about British tourists. Novalja is a town in the north of the island of Pag
Aug 08, 2017 · Men, keep your shirts on in town, warn posters on prominent public display around the sun-swept island’s main town — or risk a fine of 500 euros (nearly $600). No drinking…
Tourism is a major industry for Croatia where visitors flock to its stunning Adriatic coast,with more than 1,000 islands and islets. Last year the Balkan country welcomed nearly 16 million visitors, far outstripping its population of 4.2 million.
Croatian party island slaps tourists with £600 penalties for donning swimwear on the streets, drinking and even EATING in public Newly-elected Rikardo Novak is enforcing a bold crackdown on
A similar story unfolded on the Croatian island of Hvar, which introduced fines for “unwelcome” behaviour – from public alcohol-drinking to wearing swimsuits in the historic centre.