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Customs allowance when travelling from Gibraltar

CUSTOMS ALLOWANCE - IMPORTATION FROM GIBRALTAR INTO SPAIN
For travellers buying in Gibraltar and intending to import into Spain

Tobacco Products:

200 cigarettes or

50 cigars or

250 gms of tobacco.

Alcoholic Beverages:

1 litre of spirits or strong liqueurs (over 22% vol.), or

2 litres wine

171 Euros worth of a variety of goods including perfume and toilet water*

Children 17 years and under may import half this allowance.

*Attention:

Singular expensive items may be valued by the Spanish customs at a rate they consider the item should cost.
People under 17 cannot have the tobacco or alcohol allowance

Goods bought over the customs allowance in Gibraltar may only be imported into Spain between 0900 hours and 2100 hours.


CUSTOMS ALLOWANCE - IMPORTATION FROM GIBRALTAR INTO UK.

Tobacco Products:

200 cigarettes or

100 cigarillos or

50 cigars or

250 gms of tobacco

Alcoholic Beverages:

2 litres still table wine

1 litre of spirits or strong liqueurs (over 22% vol.), or

2 litres of fortified wine, sparkling wine or other liqueurs

Perfume:
60cc of perfume
250cc of toilet water


THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS ONLY TO BE USED AS A GUIDELINE, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT ANY ENQUIRIES REGARDING IMPORTATION OF GOODS FROM GIBRALTAR INTO SPAIN BE DIRECTED TO SPANISH CUSTOMS AT THE FRONTIER. THE GIBRALTAR TOURIST BOARD DOES NOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY CHANGES TO THE ABOVE.

Other goods

Articles of any description to a total value of £145.

NB Duty free allowances for the UK are the same as the above, except for 'other goods', which can have a total value of £145.

Prohibited and Restricted Goods
The Customs Officer will be able to provide full information. This is a list of the more common and most important items:

  • Controlled drugs, such as opium, heroine, morphine, cocaine, cannabis, amphetamines and lysergide (LSD)
  • Firearms (including gas pistols and similar weapons), ammunition and explosives (including fireworks)
  • Flick knives
  • Counterfeit coins and false money
  • Indecent and obscene books, magazines, films and other articles
  • Live animals and birds
  • Articles derived from rare species (including furskins, ivory and reptile leather, and goods made from them)

Duty Free
Gibraltar still enjoys the duty free privilege, which can be enjoyed by EU nationals returning to their country. There are duty free shops at the airport both on arrival and departure.
For further information or advice, contact HM Customs Gibraltar, Customs House, Waterport, Gibraltar, Tel +350 20078879

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