The cannabis clubs in Barcelona grow like mushrooms after rain, which makes it a major destination for global cannabis tourism and arouses the authorities who want to control the hacked area.
Barcelona's cannabis clubs are flourishing. Today there are already more than two hundred clubs, compared to 40 only in 2011. The meteoric growth of cannabis clubs Crowned the Spanish city As one of the most favorite cities for plant enthusiasts, even before Amsterdam. Not only is the weather in Barcelona much more pleasant than in Amsterdam, it turns out marijuana Worth more and cheaper.
Barcelona is also a preferred destination on the site Webehigh.com, Which provides tourists and travelers with information on the accessibility of marijuana and hashish in cities all over the world (yes, even in Israeli cities - Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Haifa, Eilat, Netanya, Rishon Lezion And area The Negev), Ranks the city with the highest score of 5 stars.
To be accepted as a member of Barcelona's cannabis club, one has to be invited by an existing member of the club - a fact that has spawned a new tourism industry in which some Barcelona residents earn money by helping tourists obtain entry permits to popular clubs. The profit is double because, apart from the tourist who pays a commission, the clubs also pay a token fee to those who register new members.
The enforcement authorities are well aware of the flourishing industry and are apparently currently working to promote regulation and legal regulation. The Spanish government is apparently planning to present a program for regulating the issue during the beginning of the year 2014, in which a limit will be set for the number of members in each club, a minimum limit of allowed entry ages and control of the economic records in the business.
According to The report, Following the new phenomenon of inviting tourists to clubs, many of the legalization organizations in Spain support the government regulation program because they say the clubs have "forgotten" their original goal of providing small non-profit clubs for local cannabis consumers.