Latest Travel Updates
We are closely monitoring the ongoing Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation.
We appreciate you may have some concerns about your holiday - please see our Coronavirus FAQs page for further information.
Brexit and the latest travel advice
The UK left the European Union on 31st January 2020, entering a period of transition whilst a deal is being agreed. Whilst we anticipate there to be very minimal disruption to holidays - those booked both before and after Brexit dates - we understand how important it is to stay on top of any new information that is made available.
Please visit our Brexit page to keep up to date with all of the latest travel news as it relates to the UK leaving the European Union.
Foreign Travel Advice
Customer safety is a priority for us and to help make sure that your holiday runs as smoothly as possible, we recommend visiting www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice to keep up to date with the latest travel news in your chosen destination.
Visa changes for Turkey
Please note that as of March 2nd 2020 British tourists will no longer be required to obtain a visa to visit Turkey. For anyone planning to travel to Turkey prior to this date, will still be required and can be obtained online through the Turkish Government website.
For more information please see (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey)
Reports of fake On the Beach holiday representatives
It has been brought to our attention that a small number of individuals in select Eastern Mediterranean resorts have been falsely impersonating reputable online travel agencies, including On the Beach. These individuals often wear On the Beach branded t-shirts and claim to be in-resort holiday representatives working on our behalf.
On the Beach is an online travel agency, which means that we don’t have high street stores or any in-resort reps – which is one of the reasons we’re able to keep our costs so low. We are continuing to monitor the situation with our resort partners, and provide an in-resort support team during office hours and a 24/7 support service for emergencies
Electronics banned from hand luggage on direct flights from certain destinations
All electronic devices larger than mobile phones should be carried in hold luggage when travelling from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco or Tunisia. For full information about luggage restrictions for UK airports, visit gov.uk.
E-cigarettes banned in India & Turkey
Please note e-cigarettes and related products have recently been banned by both the Indian and Turkish governments. This means that you'll be unable to take e-cigarettes into the country or to buy them whilst there. For more information visit gov.uk.