TUI also cancels flights and holidays to the Islands, but only for 3 days?
The UK's biggest tour operator made the decision after the Foreign Office advised against all non-essential travel to the islands earlier today.
TUI had already suspended all holidays to the mainland of Spain up to August 9th, due to the new quarantine rules which require all travellers returning to the UK to self-isolate for 14 days.
But it restarted flights to the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands today, due to the lower rate of infection and the fact that Britons were told it was 'safe' to travel there by the FCO.
Now though they have scrapped all holidays to the whole country following the Foreign Office change of advice.
A TUI spokesperson said:"Due to the updated travel advice change from the UK Foreign Office against all but essential travel to all areas of Spain, TUI UK have taken the decision to cancel all holidays to the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands from Tuesday 28th July, up to and including until Friday 31st July."
"Holidays to the mainland of Spain are cancelled between Sunday 26th July, up to and including Sunday 9th August 2020.