EASYJET has issued a warning to Brits visiting some Spanish islands this yr.
Travellers heading to the Balearic Islands are warned they are going to be restricted on the variety of alcoholic drinks they’ll have of their all-inclusive vacation packages.
Brits who e book all-inclusive holidays at sure resorts might be restricted to 6 drinks per day – three at lunch and three at dinner.
The Balearic Islands embody Majorca, Menorca, Formentera and notorious social gathering vacation spot Ibiza.
As reported within the Liverpool Echo, a spokesperson for easyJet mentioned: “As a consequence of a change in Spanish regulation which impacts sure resorts within the Balearic Islands, alcoholic drinks at the moment are restricted to a few per particular person at lunch and dinner as a part of the all-inclusive foundation.”
Blissful hours, pub crawls and two-for-one drink affords are additionally banned, and retailers cannot promote alcohol between 9.30pm and 8am.
The Balearic authorities has launched the rule in an try to restrict drunken behaviour that impacts native residents.
The regulation was introduced in throughout 2020, however the airline has issued the warning as Covid restrictions ease and Brits e book holidays to the Spanish islands.
Solely sure areas of the islands are affected by the legal guidelines, so Brits ought to test the resorts they plan to go to earlier than they e book.
The alcohol restriction is one other blow to Spanish tourism, which has suffered massively all through the pandemic.
Covid restrictions are nonetheless rising throughout the nation, with a giant change from subsequent month.
From February 1, Spain will solely allow Brits who can show they have been fully vaccinated against Covid to enter the country.
This implies arrivals can not use a unfavorable Covid take a look at or proof of restoration to enter.
The principles might destroy half time period vacation plans for households as many children between 12 and 17 are but to be totally vaccinated, that means they haven’t any different manner of being allowed into the nation, even when they’ve proof of restoration.
There are further guidelines in numerous areas throughout the nation with the Canary and Balearic islands working beneath Covid alert ranges.
Tenerife, La Palma and Gran Canaria are on the highest level of Covid alert at Degree 4, and restrictions are rising.
Nightclub capability is being slashed to only 25 per cent and seashores are restricted to 50 per cent capability, with appointments required for individuals who need to go to the seashore.
A most of six individuals can meet up indoors or open air and residents and guests aren’t allowed entry to spas and saunas.
Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, are on Degree 3 Covid alert – the second highest threat degree.
Below Degree 3 guidelines, solely two individuals can sit collectively at a restaurant, no matter whether or not they’re from the identical family.
We have rounded up all of the new travel rules in Spain that you need to know about.
https://www.thesun.ie/journey/8276436/spain-easyjet-warning-alcohol-restrictions/ EasyJet points Spanish island warning for Brits reserving package deal holidays