November 24 from 2021 - 12: 43
In the next ordinary plenary session, which will be held on Thursday of this week, the Dénia City Council will repair an injustice that it had been dragging for decades with the caravan owners. So much so that the city has become one of the largest black spots in the Spanish state in terms of its regulations with caravans, as stated by the councilor for citizen protection, Javier Scotto.
Caravan and camper van tourism is booming, so a city like Dénia, whose main economic engine is visitor services, must work to be a claim for this type of tourist as well. For that reason, Councilor Scotto has decided to reconcile the municipality with the users of these vehicles by eliminating a very old prohibition that had never been modified.
In a few days, the caravans will be able to park on the beachfront again, for the first time in years. To date it was completely prohibited, sanctioning anyone who left a vehicle with these characteristics in the place. Now they will be able to park again in the places enabled for it, without making any kind of differentiation.
Of course, they can park but not camp, since overnight stays have their own regulation and must be done in the places provided for it, such as in the campsites.
The presumption that the caravan parked on the beach is for camping comes to an end to consider this vehicle like any other, which one can also be used to get around.