The Costas have acted following a complaint from the environmentalists GOB regarding loss of the dunes system. The town hall is now studying how it should proceed, given that the Costas Authority has made clear that the car park is its responsibility and not the town hall's.
Although the Costas have given a month to close the car park, the town hall maintains that at a meeting last June it was agreed that it would be closed once the tourism season was over.
This car park can accommodate around one hundred vehicles and it has helped to alleviate what at times is traffic chaos in Cala Llombards.
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I simply can't agree with this logic. Llombards is a lovely, intimate beach. Highly desirable. Locals may or may not be happy with the traffic, but the problem with this is that it's not a decision of the local community. It's the Costas responding to environmentalists who apparently say the "dunes" are being destroyed. For those of you who've never been to Cala Llombards... erm, there are no "dunes" anywhere nearby. But worst of all, this won't stop people from coming. It will, however, force them to park in the village rather than at the beach. And that will piss off the locals even more, perhaps closing it entirely. >Think< before you act. It will save you a lot of grief.