Citizens from outside the EU may need to apply to enter and this could include British people, even Spanish residents. What could this mean? There has been talk about British citizens having to apply for a visa waiver to enter the EU after Britain finally breaks with Europe following the referendum in June. The ETIAS programme is already in the pipeline for non-EU citizens, designed for tighter security within the EU and similar to the system already used in the United States. There will be a fee attached to any application, which will apply to each person travelling, adding to the cost of a f
Since neither the British government nor European ministers are ready to talk, for the British in Spain, life is continuing much as before and British interest in buying property in Spain remains strong.
Some British owners in Spain have been spooked by Brexit and, keen to sell up quickly, are reducing their asking prices or may well be open to cheeky offers… especially as they will now they will receive more sterling for their euro when they transfer it back to the UK.