South Wales Police officers are continuing patrols on Barry Island over the days to come.
It follows the temporary closure of Car Parks on the resort this morning by South Wales Police and Vale of Glamorgan Council.
A spokesperson for the Vale of Glamorgan Council said: “The car parks at Barry Island were closed temporarily today. These have now been reopened for those that have a legitimate reason to use them and to prevent irresponsible parking in the surrounding residential areas. Our resort team will be supporting South Wales Police in their enforcement work in the coming days. We urge everyone to please follow the Level 4 Alert guidelines that state all exercise should not involve travel and should begin and end from home.”
In recent days, numerous reports of crowds of people at beaches and other beauty spots across the County have circulated social media.
In a statement, South Wales Police said "Please remember that Welsh Government restrictions state that exercise should start and finish at your home – you shouldn’t be driving to these places."
"We know it’s hard, but we urge you to do all you can to help prevent the spread of COVID-19"
Police have confirmed, that patrols at resorts have stepped up and officers will continue stopping cars to check whether the journey is essential.
Please understand that we are doing our best. However, we can’t be everywhere all of the time, it’s up to us all to do the right thing.
A spokesperson for South Wales Police said "Please understand that we are doing our best. However, we can’t be everywhere all of the time, it’s up to us all to do the right thing."