From today Britons are “freely” allowed to holiday in Spain and there are no quarantine measures in place.
The Spanish Foreign Minister has called on the British government to enter into a reciprocal agreement, but all travellers entering the UK must quarantine for 14 days.
Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya said her country will allow entry to visitors from the EU on Sunday as the state of emergency comes to an end.
She told the BBC, “We will allow British visitors to enter Spain just like the rest of the European Union as from 21 June freely and without the need for a quarantine.
“We’re discussing with the UK authorities to see if they would do the same on their side, we nevertheless are doing this out of respect for the 400,000 British citizens that have a second residence in Spain and are dying to benefit from their homes in our country.
“We do hope they [the UK government] will be sensitive to the 250,000 Spaniards that are also living in the UK and would like to enter the UK without a quarantine.”