FOR families from Spain’s bustling capital, a visit to their second home on the coast is not complete without a toe-dip in the Med.
Except Spain has been on coronavirus lockdown 15 days. The the Cala de Ambolo in Javea has been closed for the last seven years.
The family told patrolling Guardia Civil they ‘had to take the children out the house’, according to XabiaAlDia.com.
All five members of the family are reported to have been issued with a ‘denuncia’ for breaking Spain’s state of alarm rules.
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