New Reservation System to Assign Spots For Visitors on This Spanish Beach on The Mediterranean
"This summer will be very different, "There'll be more space between your neighbor. Like a 'business-class' beach."
A brilliant idea for a "worry-free" lounging on one of the most beautiful Mediterranean shores; Canet d'en Berenguer, a small beach town just 20 minutes away from Valencia in Spain.
This beach town will set a reservation system that those who want a spot will have to download the app and book their spot and time. Once visitors arrive at the beach, they will have to check in with the staff to confirm their reservation. After check-in, beach-goers will be led to their section of the beach — to avoid confusion and unnecessary mingling between sunbathers. A system of nets will spread across the sand, delineating square sections that visitors can book. Each of the areas is separated by a distance of six feet.
The town will only allow a maximum of 5,000 people on the beach per day, about half of its normal capacity. People who snag one of the 5,000 spots will be able to book a session for the morning or the afternoon but not both. Arrival times will also be staggered to avoid crowding at the beach entrances.
On the other side of the country, the Atlantic beaches of Sanxenxo plan to limit on a first-come, first-served basis. The beach will also be split up by section, with wooden poles and cords marking out squares, each separated by at least five feet. There will be smaller sections for just a couple of people visiting together and larger ones for groups of people.
With its quaint white-washed villages, traditional taverns, rich history, and a swish of flamenco, a beach extension in one of Spain's jewel towns on the shores of the Mediterranean or the Atlantic Ocean, Is the right way to end your vacation safe and sound!