Mallorca and Ibiza push to be first for holidays in Spain
Regional governors are urging Spanish tourism minister Maria Reyes Maroto to let them start a pilot scheme for visitors who have been jabbed at a crunch meeting in Madrid on Friday.
Spanish tourism officials have already confirmed their commitment to the introduction of Covid immunity passports that would enable Brits to resume their historic love affair with the Costas.
Whitehall sources have said the prospect of foreign trips this summer is looking “increasingly positive.”
Foreign Office minister James Cleverly confirmed talks with “international partners” on the issue of vaccine passports was ongoing in a BBC Breakfast interview earlier this week although he stopped short of giving any guarantees on foreign travel this summer.
Today it has emerged British favourites like Magaluf in Majorca and San Antonio in Ibiza could get the go-ahead to open up to International tourism if the Covid vaccine passport gets the go-ahead.
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