easyJet is currently giving Brits ample opportunity to snap up cheap Spain holidays with fares from £14.99 each way available to the likes of Malaga, Majorca and Barcelona.
The budget airline currently has a whole host of holiday deals on offer, and the best part is that the cheap fares are on offer from plenty of UK airports including London Gatwick, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol.
For example when we took a look we could find flights to Malaga from £14.99 based on travel dates in March, although there were deals under £20 each way through to June.
Or if it's Ibiza on your radar, we found flights in March from £14.99 based on travelling from Manchester airport.
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One of the easiest ways to find the cheapest fares is to use easyJet's new Low Fare Finder. It's particularly handy if you can be flexible with your travel dates as you simply enter your departure and arrival destinations, and the finder unveils the cheapest months to travel.
If you have specific dates in mind, you can also filter down within that month - it could be that simply travelling a day earlier or later could help you save some extra pennies.
Some of the cheap fares we could find included:
- Ibiza from £14.99 based on Manchester departures
- Barcelona from £14.99 based on Bristol departures
- Palma de Mallorca from £17.99 based on Birmingham departures
- Barcelona from £18.99 based on Liverpool departures
- Malaga from £19.99 based on Manchester departures
- Alicante from £19.99 based on Gatwick departures
Tenerife from £21.99 based on Gatwick departures
You can find out more and book flights on easyjet.com.
Don't be disheartened if you can't quite find the right fare for you. We've rounded up the latest holiday deals here including sales, discount codes and even useful hacks for finding the cheapest fares to help you stretch your holiday budget that little bit further.
What are the latest Spain travel rules?
Spain is welcoming fully vaccinated UK travellers for holidays. This means having received a full course of an approved jab. If your vaccines were completed over 270 days before you travel, you'll also need a booster jab.
In a huge boost for UK families, Spain has eased travel rules for unvaccinated kids aged 12 and over, so that they can now enter the country. They will now be required to have a negative PCR test result, and be travelling with vaccinated adults.
All travellers also need to fill out a pre-travel form and obtain a QR code to show at border control.
The rules also apply for Brits heading to the Canary Islands and the Balearics.
Travel restrictions can change quickly so always check the Foreign Office's latest Spain travel advice before booking or going on a trip.
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