The usual summer fair in Dénia has finally opened its doors despite the obstacles it had encountered for a few weeks. The fair was put into operation the afternoon-night of this past Monday with all the permits in order. It has done so in a new location, a plot located between Avenida Miguel Hernández and Calle Pego, since it could not settle in the port area as usual every summer.
The fairgrounds have obtained the corresponding activity license, which allows their operation until September 15, as indicated to this medium by the Councilor for Territory and Urban Quality, María Josep Ripoll.
Ripoll has indicated that the license has been granted with the particularity that new measures have been imposed. The vendors must comply with new regulations, including the prohibition of playing music due to its proximity to homes, capacity control due to the COVID situation and maximum closing time at 00:00.
So far, the two days of opening, the fair has favorable reports from the Local Police that is monitoring compliance with the regulations. In fact, to inquiries from this wording to some neighbors, they confirm that "vehicle traffic is heard more than the fair."