As some of you may be aware, the authorities have put a clamp done on apartments that are rented out to holiday makers.
Without a licence, it is deemed illegal and can attract massive fines if caught.
Apparently, it has always been illegal but is only now being enforced (probably due to the hoteliers lobbying).
This has come as good news to locals who have been priced out of the long term rental market, I understand this.
However a lot of people over the last 30 years bought apartments (in good faith) to rent out and subsidize any mortgage or cost associated with their holiday home.
I also think that a lot of people that would rather stay in an apartment rather than a hotel will simply go elsewhere, thus local jobs being lost anyway.
I would have liked to think a healthy balance would be the ideal, but hey ho!
What do you think of this Dads?