New legislation in Spain brought the official stance on smoking in public places, such as in bars, restaurants and clubs into line with most other European countries.
But whilst there are have been varying degrees of acceptance and enforcement of such laws across the rest of the world in the last few years, Ibiza has been able to steam on regardless.
Now, the extent of the law’s impact is already being felt across the island as bars, cafes, restaurants and Pacha take steps to keep inside areas smoke-free.
Not exactly a David Guetta night in August or a late Tuesday morning on the Cocoon Terrace though. What will happen then? Well, of course, we don’t know yet, there is sure to be some difference in how the law is both interpreted and implemented by the clubs. With that in mind, we got responses from most of the clubs to update us with their plans and policies for 2011 and beyond.
We’ll let you draw your own conclusions, most intriguingly about what Amnesia will do. Absent from the list, DC10 obviously have the garden area perfectly set up to deal with the situation.
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