Officials in the borough of San Antonio in Ibiza , which regularly reaches summer temperatures practically to 100F, have warned tourists against drinks of any kind.
Anyone inaugurate breaking the stringent rule faces a hefty fine of £600 after the law was ssed earlier this week.
The puissant measure was taken after authorities became incensed with holidaymakers lap up alcohol in public places.
But in a bizarre attempt to stop rtygoers lie low alcohol in other bottles, the ban extends to all drinks, even water.
With hundreds of thousands of Britons set to throng to the rty island this year, fears have been rear over their safety.
As temperates in the Balearics soar, some man are worried rched tourists wandering around town could befit dehydrated.
But San Antonio’s Mayor Pep Tur is refusing to back down, claiming juvenile people visiting the town are “causing a nuisance”.
Other local selectmen have moved to qualm fears over tourist safety, reassuring people there will be plenty of opportunity to cool down.
Burgh councillor Aida Alcatraz said: “There are areas like terrace pubs where of course people will be able to drink.
“But what they won’t be talented to do any more is to take drinks out onto the streets in plastic glasses.”
It is also tinge that children and people doing exercise will be exempt from the contoversial new chiefly.
But that hasn’t stopped opposition politicians slamming the curious new fitted for.
Mr Sala of the Popular rty said: “This is impossible and possibly fifty-fifty unconstitutional.”