1 thought on “Mallorca tourism: 90-day cap for Britons was discussed in London, Spain could follow French move to scrap it | Majorca Daily Bulletin”

  1. My neighbour has a holiday home in Spain. This will make her day!
    My daughter, son-in-law and five grandchildren live in Spain. All have British passports but, because they have made their homes there, they have “residencia”.
    My two great-grandchildren have dual nationality so will never have a problem.
    I visit twice or three times a year – a month in July then a few days in October and January. I’d love the option of being able to stay more often, but don’t want the hassle of the 90-day rule.

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