Spain has extended its ban on UK arrivals until February 2 due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the UK.
The Spanish government originally closed its doors to UK visitors arriving by sea and air just before Christmas.
This ban was initially due to end on 5 January before being extended to 19 January. But now it has been further extended to 6pm on February 2.
"The epidemiological situation in the United Kingdom has progressively worsened," said the Spanish government in a statement amid fears about the spread of the new variant of Covid-19.
The entry ban does not apply to Spanish or Andorran nationals travelling from the UK, or for residents in Spain or Andorra.