With its stunning coastline, sun-drenched beaches, mountain-backdrop and delightful cuisine, the Costa del Sol is the perfect escape this autumn.
For family-fun, or simply soaking up the sun, head to the resorts of Marbella, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Benalmadena or Estepona, or explore the wonderful city of Malaga, as one of Spain's oldest cities and the birthplace of Picasso, it's bursting with culture.
✓ Hassle-free direct flights from Guernsey
✓ 23kg hold luggage
✓ No stopovers or missed connections
✓ Saturday - Saturday departures with convenient flight times
✓ On return a pre-departure Covid test (PCR is recommended) is not required (this is required when flying from Spain to UK even if transiting)
7 night stays - choose from:
16 October - 23 October - SOLD OUT
23 October - 30 October (half-term) - 2 SEATS LEFT
30 October - 6 November
Convenient flight times:
Depart Guernsey: 07:45, arrive Malaga: 12:15
Depart Malaga: 13:15, arrive Guernsey: 15:45
FIND YOUR HOTEL IN THE COSTA DEL SOL
Whether it's a family-hotel, apartment, luxury beachfront resort or something different, find your perfect stay in association with Booking.com
On returning home to Guernsey, all travellers aged 12 and over must complete a Travel Tracker account prior to their travel home. This must be completed no sooner than 48 hours prior to your return.
Fully vaccinated passengers, or children aged 12-17, travelling with a fully vaccinated adult, will receive a PCR test on arrival (£25) and are required to isolate until the negative result is received, and will be tested again on day 7 (£25).
Not fully vaccinated?
Passengers who are not fully vaccinated will be subject to Spain's regional category - currently, Category 4 which requires a PCR test on arrival (£25) and a Day 13 PCR test (£25), with self-isolation until the negative result is received for the Day 13 test.
Children aged 11 years and under would not need to be tested, but will still need to undergo the same self-isolation period as the accompanying adults.
Full details of arrival requirements can be found here
Travel to the EU for British passport holders will change from 1 January 2021 as the UK is no longer part of the European Union.
When travelling to the EU, there will now be some changes following Brexit. You need to make sure you have everything you will need in place before you travel. The below will help you prepare for your 2021 holiday:
Check your passport, on the day of travel it must:
You will not need visas for short trips to Europe
At border control, you may need to show your return ticket and that you have enough money for your stay
Make sure you have adequate travel insurance that covers your healthcare
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