Foreign visitors to Spain will no longer have to undergo a two-week quarantine from 1 July, the government has announced.It said the measure had been finalised in a cabinet meeting on Monday.
Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya had previously said the requirement would be lifted in July, without giving a date, BBC reported.
The news comes as the UK government prepares to bring in its own 14-day quarantine policy from 8 June.
Travel firms and other industry bodies say the UK should relax the measure for visitors arriving from countries where people are at a lower risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Spain normally attracts 80 million tourists a year, with the sector providing more than 12% of the country's GDP.