SPAIN — A French tourist resort that was supposed to attract tourists in the tourist hotspot of Valladolid in northern Spain was evacuated after an influx of tourists turned out for a photo shoot at its beautiful lakefront.
On Monday, the resort in Valladunice, near the Spanish-French border, had to close after the resort’s owners were unable to keep up with the influx of people.
The Spanish Government closed the resort after they decided to move to another location, said the local mayor, Jose Manuel de Castro.
In a statement, Valladuno was praised by tourism authorities as a tourist attraction.
It was built in 1925 and has an oceanfront area with lakes, rivers, mountains and canals.
It is one of the few remaining Spanish lakes and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A video posted on social media showed the lake and surrounding waters were covered in tourists and people, who took pictures with a camera and posed for pictures with the water.
The resort has been in operation since 2010, but the number of visitors has grown steadily as it has expanded.
On Friday, the town of Valladez, a tourist village on the edge of Valladera, had a crowd of about 500 people.
They were in line for the pictures with an area near the lake.
The town’s mayor, Javier Moreno, said he thought the tourists were trying to get a photo of the lakefront, which is surrounded by mountains.
But the lake has been flooded and it has become impossible to get the tourists out of town, Moreno said.
The tourists were escorted out by security officers, he added.
The town is in a tourist district and a lake, as well as an old shopping center, has been built there, but not at the same time, he said.
It has not been flooded yet, he noted.
The tourist attraction, with its views of the town and lake, has attracted visitors from France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, the United States, Italy and Germany, according to tourism officials.
In the past, it has attracted people from around the world who come to see the sights, Moreno told The Associated Press.
The resort was a great attraction for the tourism industry, he told AP.
In addition to its historic significance, the lake is a popular destination for tourists to swim and enjoy the natural beauty of the lakes and rivers, which run in the summer.
In an interview with Spanish media, the mayor of Vallada, Jorge de Castro, praised the tourists who arrived at the lake for their presence.
He said he was glad that they came for a picture and that they were happy to be seen by the residents.
He said the town’s water supply has been restored, and the lake had reopened to the public in recent days.
The lake has not flooded since the tourist season began, but it has been inundated by tourists who come because of the weather conditions, de Castro said.
Spain is not a particularly tourist-friendly country, and many residents are concerned about the tourism-related issues and concerns over water pollution.