Costa Boosta
Sunday People|June 21, 2020
Spain ditches quarantine for Brits
Stephen Hayward

Expats in Benidorm show us what we’re missing as bars in Spain get ready to welcome back Brits.

The country’s officials yesterday confirmed that UK nationals will be allowed to enter the country freely, without the need to self-isolate.

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