Holidaymakers on all-inclusive holidays in Magaluf and Ibiza will be hit with a new six drinks a day limit.
Government chiefs in Ibiza and Mallorca say they passed the new law in an attempt to crack down on boozy and drunken behaviour.
The regulations will affect tourists in the popular holiday hotspots of Arenal and Magaluf in Mallorca and in the West End of San Antonio in Ibiza.
The six drinks a day will apply to any new bookings at all-inclusive hotels from now on.
Additionally, the limit will mean Brits can only have three free drinks at lunch and three with their evening meal.
It will apply to any new bookings at all-inclusive hotels from now on.
In a move which the British Association of Travel Agents (ABTA) has slammed has blasted as “misdirected”, the Balearic Government has passed a new law allowing just six drinks a day to be served at all-inclusive hotels.
Balearic chiefs say they want to improve the image of these resorts which have been blighted by bad behaviour, usually caused by too much drink.