Scots who are not fully vaccinated won't be able to visit Spain amid concerns over the new omicron coronavirus variant.
All unvaccinated Brits and other EU residents will be barred from entering the country as of Wednesday December 1.
Meanwhile, those from 'high risk' areas will also have to provide a negative covid test when visiting the popular tourist destination.
The new rules for non-essential travel were implemented by the Spanish Interior Ministry over the weekend, Glasgow Live reports.
Prior to this visitors to Spain from the UK could enter the country with proof that they had been fully vaccinated.
Or they could do so by proving that they had a negative PCR test result taken up to 72 hours before their arrival.
The UK Government confirmed the change to travel rules via an update on their foreign travel advice website, which read: "From December 1, all arrivals to Spain from the UK (excluding children under the age of 12 years old) must present proof of vaccination."
The move comes as travel rules are also tightened in the UK with Boris Johnson yesterday announcing the rules for vaccinated travellers were going to change.
The Scottish Government has confirmed they have implemented the same restrictions, but urged the UK Government to go further.
From 4am on Tuesday 30 November, the rules for fully vaccinated travellers arriving in Scotland from abroad will change. The rules for people who are not fully vaccinated will stay the same.
More countries have also been added to the red list for travel and you can view the full red list here.
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