Fines will be imposed on owners of cars, caravans, tents and movable facilities that are placed on dunes, regardless of the type of sand formations. This is enshrined in the draft amendment to the Law on the Structure of the Black Sea Coast adopted by the government. The penalty for a tent, caravan or trailer on the dunes will be between 1000 and 3000 leva (approximately 500-1500 Euro). If the same is done by a company that uses the caravan as a place of business, for example, the sanction is between 2000 and 5000 leva (approximately 1000-2500 Euro).
Up to 5000 leva (approximately 2500 Euro) can be paid by those who park their car or camper on the dunes. The sanction applies both to the moving white dunes and to the stationary grey dunes with herbaceous vegetation and the dunes. In a repeated violation, sanctions are doubled. Up to 10,000 leva (approximately 5000 Euro) will be paid by the owners of movable pavilions and restaurants that decide to place them on dunes.
The law also provides different fines to prevent free access to the beach or lack of a sign to indicate the free zone for the location of its own beach accessories. There will be Penalties also for restaurants offering free umbrellas and sunbeds for a drink if they do not have such a deal with the beach owner.
Fine will pay also investors who violate the prohibition of construction by the sea during the active summer season from 15 May to 1 October. In the first violation, the fine for the citizens is BGN 10,000 (approximately 5000 Euro), and for the companies BGN 50,000 (approximately 25 000 Euro). But in case of a second such penalty, the penalty doubles.