People cool off at the Mediterranean Sea on a hot spring day during the first weekend after the state of emergency decreed by the Spanish Government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) was lifted, at La Misericordia beach, in Malaga, southern Spain, May 16, 2021.

The Spanish government confirmed that the UK would be added to its quarantine-free list from Monday (Picture: Reuters)

British holidaymakers will be able to travel to Spain without needing to quarantine from next week.

The Spanish government has added the UK to its list of countries that do not require tourists to self-isolate when arriving in Spain.

Officials announced this morning that Spain would follow Portugal’s lead, with the changes coming into effect from Monday.

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