Spain to lift travel ban for UK arrivals on March 30th
The Spanish government has announced it will lift entry restrictions for arrivals from the UK after a three-month travel ban was imposed to control the spread of new strains of the coronavirus.
Spain’s Council of Ministers on Tuesday decided to lift a travel ban on arrivals by air and sea from the United Kingdom which has been in place since December 22nd 2020.
The Spanish government had extended this travel ban from the UK on six occasions over the course of the last three months.
Only Spanish residents and Spanish/Andorran nationals were allowed in from the UK, which excludes the majority of British second home owners in Spain who own property here but aren’t registered residents.
The ban on UK was introduced on March 9th and is now due to expire on March 30th.