Black Friday holiday deals with cheap flights to Costa del Sol from £64pp

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Let's be real, we're all in need of some winter sun this Christmas.

So if you're after a dose of vitamin D, the good news is that you can bag some amazing holiday offers.

With Black Friday promotions starting already, Love Holidays has announced its offers on trips to Portugal, Spain and even Malta.

Brits can get a seven-night holiday stay in the Costa del Sol for £64pp including flights from Glasgow to Malaga.

With high temperatures of 14C in December, you won't want to miss the Spanish sun this winter.

If you want to spend an extra £4 more, you can enjoy a week-long trip to Portugal's Algarve for £68pp.

The temperatures on the island can reach highs of 18C next month.

Meanwhile, if you want to head to Malta, trips to Bugibba cost £83pp, including flights from the East Midlands to Luga.

The trips could take place between this month and March with savings of up to 38% available through the promotion.

Just be mindful of current Covid-19 entry requirements for the countries you are visiting.

It comes after Brits were warned they could be banned from entering EU if they don't stamp their passports.

Following Brexit, the Foreign Office is warning Brits to check their passports when they leave the UK.

Now anyone heading abroad inside the Schengen area will need a stamp at passport control when they enter or leave.

There could be problems if anyone doesn't have their passport stamped on their return to the UK.

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Also Brits could be banned from holidays due to a new NHS Covid booster vaccination rule.

Passengers might have to show their vaccinations on the NHS passport app in order to enter foreign countries.

The app is used by millions of Brits as proof of vaccination when entering other parts of the world.

They currently show both the first and second jab with the dates they were taken.

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