Bikini-wearing Brits might find themselves in a bit of trouble on their next Spain trip.
In scorching temperatures, it's pretty normal to see people wack on a bikini to avoid feeling like they're being slow-cooked on the barbie.
Well, it seems that two popular destinations have strict rules on what you can wear.
For instance, in Barcelona, people can only wear bikinis at the beach and if they're caught wondering around the town centre in one, they might face a fine of up to £260, reports The Sun.
Those who love a trip to Majorca might also be in a bit of bother by getting fined a whopping £500 for not following the rules.
And by the way, it's not just bikinis that are frowned upon.
Men who walk around without a top on could also get fined.
Our advice would be to remember to put on a top as soon as you leave the sand, as fines are said to be issued on the streets just nearby the beach.
Speaking of new rules, at the start of the year, EasyJet told holidaymakers who love a trip to Majorca and Ibiza that all-inclusive-drinks resorts will be limited to just six bevvies a day.
The airline announced a ‘lunch timetable’ and an ‘evening timetable’, with only three drinks allowed during each period, in an effort to clamp down on public drunkenness, the Daily Record reports.
With regards to the more extravagant fines in Spain, if you advertise party boats and balcony jumping, you might have to cough up a mega £50,000 fee.
It seems that all the so-called staples of British holiday boozing are under threat.
According to the Liverpool Echo, anyone attempting to book an all-inclusive stay via EasyJet is now given a message.
It reads: “Due to a change in Spanish law which affects certain resorts in the Balearic Islands, alcoholic drinks are now limited to three per person at lunch and dinner as part of the all-inclusive basis.”
Announcing the new laws in 2020, a regional government spokesperson said: “Efforts to promote the destination, to provide it with better quality through both public and private sector investments, and position it in an increasingly competitive and global market, have been affected recently by certain un-civic behaviour.
“Most of this type of behaviour is directly related to alcohol abuse in certain tourist areas of Majorca and Ibiza.”