In a bid to ensure its shorelines remain accessible to everyone, the Mexican government this week voted to introduce hefty fines against hotels, restaurants, nightclubs or other coastal businesses who block public access to the country’s beaches.
In Mexico all beaches are public by law. Coastal property owners are not allowed to build any permanent structure within 20 meters of the high tide line or restrict public access to the beach.

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