Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy
Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy

Tourism

No selfies, no sitting, no stealing sand – things tourists are banned from doing around the world

  • A London wildlife park has prohibited visitors from wearing animal-print clothing
  • Gritty-fingered sightseers can no longer steal Sardinian sand

Topic |   Tourism
Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy
Pevero beach, in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The Italian island introduced a law in 2017 making it illegal to remove sand, pebbles or shells. Photo: Alamy
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