Visitors will be given biodegradable bracelets which they will have to wear to show they have paid the charge
Holidaymakers heading to one of Sardinia’s most celebrated beaches will have to get up early this summer after the local authorities announced that visitor numbers will be capped at 1,500 each day.
In the latest response to the growing problem of over-tourism, visitors wanting to spend the day on the stunning white sands of Pelosa beach will have to pay a €3.50 entrance fee.
They will be given biodegradable bracelets which they will have to wear to show they have paid to access the beach, famed for its turquoise shallows and views of nearby islands. Children under the age of 12 will be exempt.
Visitors to stunning Sardinian beach will need a ticket – and a biodegradable bracelet – this summer