It’s the news we’ve all been waiting for. After a few months of longing for our next Spanish holiday adventure, the country has reopened its borders once more to British travellers.
Get ready Benidorm, see you soon Tenerife, save us a spot by the pool Majorca – we’re as excited as we ever have been to come and sip some sangria, taste some tapas and soak up some sun.
Maybe you’re so keen to get your fix of Spain that you’re eyeing up a last minute summer 2020 break? If so, we have a number of amazing deals just waiting for you right now, but make sure you hurry as it’s expected Brits will be quick to snap up the best offers to ensure that much-needed escape from the home regime.
In fact, the first set of UK travellers have already touched down on Spanish soil, so make sure you don't miss out and get your trip booked now!
Perhaps you’ll be looking to jet away for your dose of Spanish sunshine once the winter months hit, swapping Christmas trees for palm trees, snow for sand and rain for the plane when the cold really begins to set in on these shores. Well, thankfully we also have a number of red hot Spain holidays ready to turn up the heat on your late 2020 or early 2021 break.
Not forgetting those of us who want to give ourselves something to look forward to over the coming 12 months or so by getting our summer 2021 holiday to Spain all sorted now.
Our partners have released a large amount of inventory for next year already in anticipation for just this, so if you want a little bit of extra time to work on that beach body or brush up on your Spanish language skills, get booked now whilst the best deals are here, begin counting down the days and your trip will be here quicker than you know it!
Our content team have been busy during lockdown helping icelolly.com users to be as prepared as possible for the big return of holidaying, penning a number of pieces you’re sure to find useful ahead of your first break back after weeks of isolating.
The news of Spain reopening its borders to UK holidaymakers is music to the ears of many British travellers, particularly considering the Spanish government recently eased guidelines relating to the need for a period of self isolating upon arrival in the country. However, the UK government is still currently advising that when returning back to these shores, you currently should still self isolate for a period of 14 days. This is, though, under constant review and could be relaxed very soon so watch this space.
Will you be jetting away to Spain now the borders have opened up again to UK tourists? Let us know where your first port of call will be by tweeting @icelollyholiday!
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