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Spain Entry Requirments – New Rules for UK Holidaymakers

Holidaymakers travelling from the UK must ensure they are aware of rules that are in place in Spain for non-EU travellers.

UK residents travelling to Spain need to ensure they can show proof of accommodation whilst on holiday and a return ticket out of Spain. 

You may now also be asked to provide proof that you can afford to spend at least 100 Euros per day (£85) for the duration of your holiday. This can be done by showing bank/Card statements, cash, travellers cheques etc. All British travellers need to ensure they have these to hand when entering Spain for their holidays. This includes holidaymakers on All-Inclusive deals. The rule is in place for all non-EU travellers.

Another recent rule change by the Spanish government is the 6 drink rule, which forces holiday companies to introduce a drink limit on all-inclusive holidays. There are also restrictions in place for when these drinks can be served – three at lunch and three with your evening meal.  The restrictions affect those travelling to Magaluf, Mallorca and also in some areas of Ibiza. Check with your tour operator before you travel to see if your holiday destination is affected by the new rules.

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