Fines up to 6,000 euros for parking illegally in protected areas
The Department of the Environment in Fuerteventura are processing 150 fines and sanctions for parking in non-designated areas in the Corralejo and Jandía Natural Parks, and breaking rules when visiting the natural monument of Montaña de Tindaya, which have been issued by agents of the environmental authority.
In addition, they are making an increased effort to satisfactorily complete the processing of fines and sanctions sent abroad, meaning that holidaymakers will still receive them when they return home and be obliged to pay.
The Cabildo is appealing to the local population and visitors to the island, to be more respectful of compliance with the conservation and protection regulations of protected natural spaces as their aim is to continue preserving the natural spaces on the island.
Fines can be up to 6,000 euros depending on the severity of the infraction and whether or not they are a repeat offender.
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