It was Aftenposten who first mentioned this Thursday night.
The County Governor of Vestland has thus approved the request for a camping ban outside the campsites in the two very popular beach areas.
Both politicians in the City Municipality and businessmen have over time demanded that something must be done with the situation in Hoddevik and Ervik.
Fears of coronary infection, littering and feces mean that campsite owners and politicians will deny people the right to use the natural pearls.
The municipality has published maps that call for what is now prohibited by what is called “wild camping”.
– Accommodation in Hoddevik is forbidden within the area to disclose on the map. Forbidden debt between other uses of all types of tents, caravans and hammocks, writes Stad kommune on the home pages.
The same rules also apply to Ervik. Both villages have experienced tremendous growth in tourism in recent years, not least because of all the wave surfers who come to Stadlandet throughout the year.
– We feel that guests who do not get a seat with us may well set up a tent in the outfield. We say that we do not want, said daily camp for Hoddevik beach camping to NRK in June.