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‘Spanish Mykonos’ threatens to ban tourists after imposing strict rules

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A picturesque village in Menorca is calling on tourists to be banned from visiting. The village of Binibeca Vell has been dubbed the ‘Spanish Mykonos’ thanks to its stunning white buildings.

The destination became popular among British tourists after images of the village went viral on social media, with gorgeous whitewashed buildings overlooking the sea.

With the holiday season underway, hundreds of thousands of visitors are set to descend upon Binibeca Vell. But residents of the fishing village are fighting back, The Mirror reports.

Last year they even asked tourists to only visit between 11am and 8am. The village’s website asks tourists to keep from “entering homes” and “climbing balconies” alongside pictures of a tourist sitting on a chair belonging to a local and another lounging in a stairwell. READ MORE: Anti-tourist protests in Spain planned as they say we ‘can’t take it anymore’ Óscar Monge, who runs a group representing the 195 property owners in Binibeca Vell, said: “Binibeca Vell is not a place of adventure, but it's a private housing development where people reside.

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